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    • If it weren't for the damage.... Driving to retrieve something can go many ways. If it's an okay deal, then not driving very far doesn't hurt. If it's a great deal, then a longer drive balances the deal a bit more. Since it's a one time and done, I tend to ignore the drive, that way I can convince myself it was a great deal. 😎      Not sure who can answer that any better than you. Location, condition, time of year will all play a part in the prices, and this virus will cause more bargains as time goes on.  @wvu80 has gathered the completed sales of several Klipsch speakers and can share that they have been selling for.     That's called experience and is something you get right after you need it.      Trying to stay with 1976 is going to limit your deals by a great deal. Not too long ago, that same money would get you Cornwall or Chorus II in excellent condition. $1,500 was for LaScala in great condition and starting into Khorn prices.  Studying the market is the best thing to do. After getting familiar with what things go for, then you will be able to pounce on a deal with confidence. 
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    • Well, in a nutshell, the diodes prevent the driver tube voltage sagging, when the power tube draws heavy current.   If you Google "stopper diode", you find better explanations. rgds, JNL.
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