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Chad last won the day on August 2 2016

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About Chad

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    Klipsch Web Developer
  • Birthday 09/12/1974

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    Klipsch HQ, Indy
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    Drumming. Drumming up trouble.
  • My System
    HT: (Receiver) Marantz SR8001, (Front) Jamo C 809, (Center) Jamo C 80 CEN, (Surround) Klipsch PRO-6800-C In-Ceiling, (SW) Jamo C80SUB & Klipsch R-12SW, (TV) Vizio E601i-A3 60" LED

    Rec Room: Klipsch R-20B Soundbar & Wireless Subwoofer

    KMC 3 & Klipsch Groove, all around the house.

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  1. Chad

    Frame Counter

    you can just click the "share" icon in the upper-right of a post, and copy the "link to post". Paste that in your own post and it magically is linked in your post, inline.
  2. Chad

    Email Issues

    The issues have been fixed and emails should be working at this time.
  3. The email service that the forum uses to send emails is currently experiencing unexpected downtime. Therefore emails sent by the forums are currently not being sent out. We apologize for the inconvenience. Hopefully this will be resolved soon. Thanks
  4. Chad

    Site SUCKS

    I mean, there's also this product page on a site that sucks, which includes the manual: https://www.klipsch.com/products/sb-120-tv-sound-system#product-downloads
  5. Chad

    Site SUCKS

    Hi there. Welcome to the forum. Aside from your topic title (which is interesting), I don't believe it is possible to "add power" to the SB 120. I'm just a web developer though (making these sucky sites), so you may want to ask our much more knowledgeable Customer Service folks at http://support.klipschgroupinc.com - they may have a way that I'm not aware of. Best of luck.
  6. OK, I've thought it over some more and have decided perhaps we should do this, at least for now. New members now must have their first post approved by a moderator. For more info, please see:
  7. To assist in spam prevention, I've altered the membership group tiers a little. The structure is like this: New Members All new registrations are added to this group first. These users must have their first post approved by a moderator before it is displayed. Can only create 1 post per day until their first post is approved. Members New Members are promoted to this group upon their 5th post. Regulars Members are promoted to this group upon their 50th post Heritage Members Regulars are promoted to this group upon their 5000th post Some members in the "Regulars" group may have less than 50 posts right now. That's OK. They were "grandfathered in". There may be times I turn off the "require moderator approval" restriction on New Members, but for now, it will be on. Thanks for understanding. P.S. - There are other benefits of the higher-tier groups, such as increased attachment storage, etc. I'll post about that at a later time.
  8. I've considered it, but I think that actually puts a lot more potential work for mods and myself. Spammers come and go in waves, but real people sign up and post here every day. Many other forums have dozens of moderators. We have a handful, yet probably proportionate to our active member base.
  9. Hi everyone, As you might have seen, we've recently had an influx of spambots getting through the forum's built-in spam mitigation features. This happens from time to time as spammers always find new ways of getting through. The main spam prevention service of the forum software uses machine learning to improve itself over time, using data we submit when flagging a member as a spammer. Unfortunately, your humble volunteer moderation team and I can't be present here 24/7, so sometimes things don't get noticed right away. However, I've just enabled a new feature that may help us, and it requires a little bit of help from y'all. It's something called "auto-moderation", and it works like this. Say you notice a topic that is obviously from a spammer. If you haven't noticed before, there is a "report post" link in the upper-right of every post: If you click that (preferably on the first post of the topic if the topic is spam), you'll see the following form in a dialog: Select the 2nd option "suspected spammer / spambot", and click "submit". This alerts the mods and myself to the topic in question. Here's where it gets a little more helpful than before. If 3 people report the post, it gets auto-hidden from members. We are still notified and we can then perform our due diligence in banning the spammer, etc, but this should help everyone at least see fewer garbage posts mudding up the feed. I understand that this recent barrage of spammers have been pretty relentless in that they post dozens of topics at once, so I don't expect this to be 100% fool-proof. It should help some though. Thanks!
  10. As mentioned before in the thread, there are LOTs more Heritage dealers than just the "certified" dealers. And many more Certified dealers will be showing up on that locator soon. We are just waiting on them to fully complete the certification process. When in doubt, call your local Klipsch dealer and ask if they carry any Heritage products, and if not, why not?
  11. Here's a workaround, until I have a chance to code in some more search radius options. Let's say you do a search within 20 miles. On the results page, look at your browser address bar. You'll notice: &r=20 Change that to: &r=600 if you want to expand the search to 600 mile radius, and hit enter.
  12. Some folks just like to complain. Here we are actively trying to improve our Heritage Dealer base, yet...
  13. Not entirely accurate. There are only 11 that are CERTIFIED Heritage dealers at this time. Meaning they participate in our program. There may be several other dealers near you that are pending certification or are not yet participating, yet still display Heritage products. One of the goals of this program is to highlight those dealers who proudly and properly display our Heritage products in their showroom. If you don't see any in your area, you should contact the other dealers in your area and check if they carry Heritage, and if they do, ask them if they plan on participating in our Certified Heritage Dealer program.
  14. There probably is at least one within that range that hasn't yet been officially "Certified" as of yet. I have a list of 31 Retail dealers that are in the process or have already been approved. Stay tuned! We're still getting dealers to participate in this. In the meantime, you could contact the Klipsch dealers closest to you and ask them why they aren't yet a Certified Heritage Dealer.
  15. We are taking steps to ensure people know there are still ways to listen to our speakers in a dealer showroom. We've started a Certified Heritage Dealer program, and have made some improvements to our online dealer locator as well. Check out the new and improved dealer locator, and more info about the Certified Heritage Dealer program here: https://www.klipsch.com/dealers -- you can even just look up all the Certified Heritage Dealers there, which shows what they carry as well as a pic of their showroom. This is just a partial list at this time... Many more Certified Heritage Dealers (and some additional dealer locator improvements) to come!! Certified Heritage Dealers showcase a minimum of two dedicated 2-channel Klipsch Heritage Classic speaker systems in a home setting, in addition to other legendary and Inspired speakers in the line. These hand-selected dealers are fully capable and qualified to assist you find the ultimate sound experience. Please contact them to confirm they have a specific product before visiting. Klipsch Heritage products are also available to order online from a select network dealers in the United States. The speakers will ship in book-matched pairs with the option of white-glove delivery service. Look for this badge to when searching for Certified Heritage Dealers. Quick link to see ALL current Certified Heritage Dealers in the US: Click here!
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