Where's the Jubilee? in General Klipsch Info Posted December 1, 2003 I wonder how many people reading this topic or replied to this topic have bought their Heritage speakers brand spakin nnnneeewwww!!!! If most people are going to ebay to buy their Heritage speakers and no new ones are being bought then what do you expect Klipsch to do? How do you expect them to continue eating the cost of producing the Heritage series if no one is buying them new? And yes I just payed $3600 for a brand new pair of La Scalas. I could of gone to ebay and get a pair for a lot less but if we don't continue to buy new Heritage speakers then the line will die because not enough people are buying them and supporting the heritage line. I agree with many things people have said on this topic. Another reason I think the heratige line has suffered is that people don't buy a system for just music today. Now for most people a home theater system is what they want first and the sound quality is good enough for most people. When Klipsch came out with Home theater speakers that were cheaper and sounded good, no not like a Khorn or La Scala, they expanded their product line and gave customers more choices. Home theater has been one reason why the Heritage line is strugling and no Jublee has been made. The fact of the matter is even if a lot of people had enough money to buy Khorns and LS they would not have enough money left to buy the preamps, amps, etc to get the best sound. So it is even more crucial that people who want to buy a Heritage speaker buy it new!! My local Klipch dealer told me they could not get new La Scalas. So I found a dealer 100 miles away. By the way I realize some of you have bought their Khorn, LS, etc brand new.