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      Watch this space for announcements/info about the 2020 Klipsch Pilgrimage!

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    3. Klipsch Website & Forum Info

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  2. Klipsch Museum of Audio History

    1. Klipsch Museum: News & Announcements

      Any news or announcements related to the Klipsch Museum of Audio History will be posted here.

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    2. Ask the Historian

      Got a Klipsch history question for historian Jim Hunter? Ask here! 

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    3. Klipsch Museum: General Discussion

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  3. Klipsch Audio

    1. General Klipsch Info

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    2. 2-Channel Home Audio

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    3. Home Theater

      Talk about Klipsch Home Theater products and setups including Floorstanders, Bookshelf Speakers, Soundbars and more here!

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    4. Subwoofers

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    5. Architectural

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    6. Klipsch Pro Audio

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    7. Technical/Restorations

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    8. Headphones

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    9. Personal Music Systems

      Talk about our KMC Music Systems, Portable Systems, Computer Speakers and legacy iPod speakers here.

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    10. Talkin' Tubes

      Talk about that sweet warm tube sound.

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    11. Solid State

      Solid-state ONLY posts here please. Keep that tube stuff to that "other" subforum. ;-)

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  4. The Klipsch Joint

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      Have audio-related equipment to sell? Post here!
      Remember, Klipsch is not responsible for resulting transactions - buy with caution! No dealers, please.

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    2. Lounge

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