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    • Yes, it does have taps. But all the wires on T2A are soldered onto the lugs. A PITA for checking which tap you prefer, but doable, especially after you gain normal access to the backs of those speakers.
    • Had no idea Budweiser had a chance to have pcb's in it, could have been what gave it that Budweiser bite. Never liked it, others from the same brand was ok just never like the regular bud, well unless there was nothing else, it was the 70's. Back then I was not thinking that far either, I do remember the paraquat scare but that didn't stop us either. 
    • I am the owner of the other "special" serial number Khorns mentioned in this thread. Now I'm interested in peeking at some component serials to get a better idea. Sadly when I had contacted Klipsch Support the response was bad, they based the date off the label copyright stamp. 😂
    • My ex was concerned and upset with my drinking a Budweiser in 77 cause of PCB's that may have been in there. Had not gotten that far in my thinking at that time. Still drink one at times... Someone said human nature, such as it still is. Cool
    • I picked the wrong day not to check the forum. Congrats to the seller and buyer.
    • Mine said NO PCB's on the oil caps, but I don't know if they all were like that ? Like you said, probably wouldn't want to get it on you either way, no telling what's in them, things were different 50 years ago.
    • That was not me, I was looking into what caps to use and I was going to try it, I can slightly solder, but it will not be pretty. A forum member who is not around anymore volunteered to do it, he said he done a few of his and had many parts left over. He said he liked doing it and to just ship it to him, so I did and he sent them back like that. He wouldn't accept anything for doing them and I never heard from him again, but greatly appreciated it. I could hear the difference immediately, but can't take credit, he even sent the before and after pictures.  His name was Arash i think, but I probably spelled it wrong.
    • Fear of the electric blue jesus is what kept me from DIY. I kept reading the safety articles until I had it down and also met an experienced local tech..   This is brilliant...        
    • Wow!  This would be a hard pass for me.  You never know what quality of work that has already been done. I'm a firm believer that if you can, do it!  If you can't, ask for help and learn how to do it !  (I've seen a lot of "home depot weekend warrior" DIY projects that are a complete nightmare because someone "thought" they could do it!)   I would take the $600 he's asking, plus the amount you will spend in gas, time, replacement driver(s) and perhaps lodging and put it towards building a new cabinet loaded with new(or good used) drivers and either a new passive crossover or go for the sky and use an active crossover for endless hours of tinkering around to get your sound dialed in.
    • I paid $500 for mine several years ago they were mint one owner speakers looked brand new and the first pair I had ever seen local to me.    Honestly I was reluctant to pay that for them having had several pairs of RF-3's prior usually only paying around $150 a pair but I tell you what I'm glad I did they really are excellent speakers and easy to upgrade.    
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