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  1. 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.
  2. 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.
  3. 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!
  4. After you submit the post, you should be able to edit the post and move the pics around. Another option would be to use the Gallery feature here and embed your gallery in your post. Galleries are pretty customizable in terms of ordering images and things like that.
  5. Pretty much! https://www.klipsch.com/blog/klipsch-speakers-track-tested-thanks-to-the-ihra Also, awesome photos, @artto!
  6. I loves it. I loves it so much I made a clone of it last year, and it even turned out good! Here, here! The last beer I made (tapped a couple weeks ago -- a vanilla milkshake IPA) is so good that I may finally be onto something here. Even my coors light drinking dad and my Milwaukee's Best Light drinking Dad-in-law both love it.
  7. Although, I'm seeing reports of some other communities that still have that problem in IE even after this update. 🤷‍♂️
  8. right --- I think that's one of the bugs they fixed in the update, which I plan on installing tomorrow.
  9. IE11? Invision just released an update today that addresses a bunch of bugs in IE11. I'll probably install that update tomorrow morning.
  10. I've noticed that sometimes the PowerReviews form doesn't load on the first try. Try refreshing the page until it appears. I'm looking into this. Thanks
  11. Hit ctrl + on your keyboard. That will resize things in your web browser.
  12. Chad

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    This thread derailed in record time! Not sure if proud, ashamed, or both! As for the OP: there are notification settings that I believe allow you to adjust those things.
  13. Yep, we have a partnership with Mastercraft. That boat is kinda ridiculous in its awesomeness. Another video covering it:
  14. Love the Jazz Kitchen. BONUS: They have Klipsch Pro speakers there.
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    My local fave top 10 list (in no particular order): Bier - no food served, but they consistently have a solid list of beers on tap. Black Acre (might be my favorite overall in Indy) Chilly Water Big Lug Brew Link (no food) Deviate (no food - but some of the more creative beers around here) Taxman Scarlet Lane Centerpoint Moontown Brewing in Whitestown is an up & comer on my list. They just recently opened, but their food and beer are REALLY good. Plus they have Klipsch Professional speakers inside and outside the building!
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    Be sure to share pics of your brew day! Yes this hobby is rather pricey. I have been looking at what gear to buy for my batch size upgrade next year. I'm hoping to do a "buy once, cry once" kinda thing, so I don't have to make any more large purchases for brewing for many years. Spike Brewing (https://spikebrewing.com/) seems to have some good stuff at decent prices....
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    Brewed a simple Irish Dry Stout on Saturday. Here are some pics. The grains. The janky, makeshift "brewstand" (not fully in position here) Gotta have a beer when you make beer. State law. Normally I drink one of my own homebrews during a brew day, but I was sadly out. So, I chose to drink some Barley Buddy Brown from one of my favorite local breweries, The Bier Brewery. Man this stuff is good. Also gotta have some tunes. Using my KMC 3 (the KHorns are "in the shop", AKA, "not built or even purchased yet" -- cut me some slack) Mash in. I always love the aroma mashing gives off. So yummy! The boil. About 7.2 Gallons of sweet, sweet wort here. And finally, 6 hours later (including cleanup / prep time), here's the beer in the Fast Ferment vessel. In 2 weeks, I get to put that beer in a keg, carbonate it, and a few days after that I get to drink it!
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    Lagering requires pretty strict temperature control (lower temps) during fermentation phase - which is why I haven't made a lager myself yet. I really want to make a Marzen/Oktoberfest though, so I'll have to figure something out. (temporarily using my upright freezer for fermenting instead of dispensing perhaps) Whelp... I know of a project I need to do (was planning on a jockey box anyway, but I like this design) As for yeast... I haven't tried harvesting my yeast after fermentation yet. Too scared I'd contaminate it somehow. I just buy new yeast (usually in a wyeast smack-pack) for each brew day. I have made 1 starter, when I made a clone of Three Floyds' Mummy Dust (6.0% ABV). It came out pretty well.
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    Not hard to believe! I only wish I would have started back then, even with the lack of available information. I'm lucky in that we have a really good LHBS here in Indy (Great Fermentations) - and they have been very helpful in my learning. That sounds amazing. I started with a couple stove-top 1-gallon extract kits, and immediately got bit by the bug and upgraded to a 5-gallon all-grain setup. I'm trying to find time to have my dad teach me welding (finally, probably 25 years past when I SHOULD have learned) by building a brew stand -- I currently use an old desk that I move for setting the mash tun and HLT on. It's janky as hell. I have a temp regulator on an upright freezer in my garage where I keep my 2 kegs, and taps on the door. Will eventually "upgrade" to a chest freezer to convert into a "keezer" for more capacity. I also plan on upgrading to 10-gallon setup after this year. Although now I'm thinking going with 20gal! 5gal certainly doesn't last long enough. One brew I made (a raspberry wheat) was gone 2 days after I tapped the keg. It was too good! If I end up brewing this weekend I'll post some pics.
  20. I'm a big fan of my Pixel 2, for what it's worth. It's got a really nice camera on it. Wish I could talk my wife into moving away from the iPhone.
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    Why did you ruin a perfectly fine pizza with olives? GROSS
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    The Pizza thread (yes, I lurk here more than you might think) got me wanting to talk about homebrewing. I've been homebrewing beer for a little over a year now. mainly do 5-gallon all-grain batches, which I serve out of cornelius kegs. I only had to bottle one time to realize how bad that sucked, and immediately moved to kegs instead. I'm still very "wet behind the ears" when it comes to this stuff. I may actually do my first brew of the year this weekend if it's not too cold. Probably a dry stout or a "milkshake IPA". Any other homebrewers here?
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