Hot-Rodded Klipsch KLF-20

I love the Klipsch KLF series.  I've wanted to acquire a pair and modify them with new baltic birch cabinets.  In December, I found a pair of KLF-20's that were the perfect candidates.  New 1" thick baltic birch top, bottom and side panels were constructed.  The crossovers were re-capped with Dayton Audio 1% precision poly caps.  The tweeters were upgraded to Bob Crites Titanium.  

"Fixed Gear Tribute" TPA3116D2 (Sold to Alex B. of St. Louis, MO)

This amplifier is my tribute to fixed gear bicycles. (one gear on the faceplate)  A fixed gear bicycle has only one gear and it is directly tied to the rear wheel hub, with no freewheel.  Used by track cyclist, professional cyclists for training, bike messengers and hipsters, it became a prominent subculture of cycling.   
This amplifier has an upgraded "Audiobah" TPA3116D2 circuit board.   Some fans of the popular TPA3116 amplifier prefer this circuit board over the YJ "blue/black".   Preferences would be purely subjective and system dependent as I think both sound fantastic.  The stock power capacitors were replaced with 35V 1000uf Nichicon Fine Gold capacitors.   A Vishay 1% SMD resistor stepped attenuator performs the volume control duty.
Real brass accents adorn the black textured die cast aluminum chassis.
Comments from Alex:

"I love the amp! I have owned all kinds of high end solid state, push pull tubes and SET and this amp is right up there with the best of them. I have tubes that cost more than your whole amp and it is top notch."

"Naked Diecast" TPA3116D2 (Sold)

The amplifier circuit board is the Yuan Jing "blue/black" TPA3116D2.  Equipped with a multimeter inspected, high tolerance, Alpha 100K volume control.   Solid metal, gold plated five way binding posts.  Gold plated RCA connectors.  A very quiet, external 12V/5A switching power supply provides power for 15 watts per channel into 8 ohms.  An optional 24 volt supply for 30 watts is available.