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  1. Photos from this weekend.


    Top photo is Elden in between Paula and Christy, I will let @ssh or @dtel's wife fill in the other members of the Yocum family. 


    2nd and 3rd  photos are Elden being presented the Paula and Scott Yocum Membership Award.


    Bottom photo is the Cornwall IV room with McIntosh tube preamp/Amp (275).



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  2. 13 hours ago, 314carpenter said:

    Making a formal request for an update on the current quantity available now of the standard issue 75th Anniversary Book of Klipsch? My concern is as it always has been, wait for a signed copy and miss out entirely on the book. I am looking for a reply with factual information including an actual number, this can happen in PM, and not an opinion. If you have an opinion about my request, that's fine too, but my question will remain open and unresolved in that case.

    Sorry, but I don't have access to the factual data you are looking for. I do know that all signatures have been completed and are in place and that they are set for shipment soon. 


    On the regular editions, we get our reports from Klipsch quarterly and the report with significant data I don't think is available for another 30 days.



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  3. 10 hours ago, edzu1234 said:

    I thought this was a FORUM!...All KLIPSCH SENATORS(Members) are entitled to their own OPINIONS.  If People in this Forum are giving their views on price,(good, bad, or indifferent) it is their right.  NO ONE PERSON has the right to censor a person just for giving their opinion.  This is the U.S.A. and freedom of speech is in the CONSTITUTION.  PRICE is in the EYE of the BEHOLDER or those who want to behold.  Let anyone charge what they want to for a piece equipment, but trying to censor me and anyone else for giving their opinions is just plain BULL!!!

    Go back and read it. "Congress shall make no law  . . . . " 


    This  discussion is limited to whether people should be able to come into other member's ads and bash on price, etc. 



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    In addition to the legendary acoustics and impressive upgrades already included in the AK6, the Klipsch Museum of Audio History is proud to offer a limited production of one (1) pair of unique 75th Anniversary Museum Edition Klipschorns – Numbered AK6 ME-001 and AK6 ME-002

    The units are custom veneered with Black Limba (Terminalia Superba), a beautiful West African species whose lower trunk wood yields deep, radiating markings. Often used for guitar bodies and heirloom boxes, Black Limba’s grain pattern is said to be reminiscent of sound waves. 

    DuraCrest has been supplying Klipsch Heritage loudspeaker grilles for nearly half a century. To celebrate the creation of the 75th Anniversary Museum Edition Klipschorns they have crafted a resplendent cane grille that expertly complements the Black Limba’s depth and hue. 

    In addition to the 75th Anniversary plaques and emblems, like all Museum Edition speakers this pair of official Museum Edition Khorns will have plaques affixed to the rear of each speaker enclosure and are numbered and hand-signed by Roy Delgado, Jr., PWK protégé and acoustic designer of the Klipschorn AK6. The Museum Edition Klipschorns also feature hand-matched AK6 crossover networks and drivers, personally selected by Roy. 

    100% of the proceeds from the sale of this exclusive pair of 75th Anniversary Klipschorn AK6 Museum Edition loudspeakers will go directly to the Klipsch Museum of Audio History, supporting its mission to proliferate the scientific principles and preserve the archives of Paul W. Klipsch.


    Stay tuned for further details, or PM Travis, or email travis@klipschmuseum.org for additional information and to be placed on update list.


    To see a brochure of an earlier Museum Edition Klipschorn in black limba go here: FULL BROCHURE DOWNLOAD CLICK HERE. Note, the 75th Anniversary Museum Edition will have cane grilles, and all of the 75th Anniversary emblems and plaques. 

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    There are just 75 pairs in existence of this coveted extremely limited edition speaker. It comes in a very special teak finish.

    Nowadays speakers with horn-loaded woofers are extremely rare, but—trust me on this—nothing pressurizes a room like a pair of K-Horns with 15-inch bass drivers. While there have been hundreds of incremental design improvements to the Klipschorn over the years, the fundamentals are unchanged.


    Audio pioneer and company founder Paul W. Klipsch launched the Klipschorn loudspeaker in 1946 to enable people, for the first time ever, to experience the power, detail and emotion of a live performance at home. Commonly called a corner-horn speaker, the remarkably uncommon Klipschorn includes a highly efficient horn loaded tweeter and midrange compression driver. Its folded-horn 15" woofer delivers powerful low frequencies.


    • Highly efficient: 105 dB 1W / 1M
    • Fully horn-loaded, full range, three-way system with a folded-horn 15" woofer delivers powerful low frequencies
    • 2" midrange and 1" tweeter compression drivers
    • Capable of extreme output levels with ultra low distortion and astonishing dynamic range
    • Made in USA
    • Comes with a 10-year warranty



    Audio pioneer and company founder Paul W. Klipsch launched the Klipschorn loudspeaker in 1946 to enable people, for the first time ever, to experience the power, detail and emotion of a live performance at home.



    As the only speaker in the world to be in continuous production for over 75 years, the Klipschorn has remained relatively unchanged since its inception.

    We still make them by hand just the way Paul W. Klipsch used to.


    Considered a watershed industry event, the introduction of the Klipschorn set the standard for high sensitivity, wide dynamic range, low distortion, and smooth frequency response. These principles, which drive the creation of every single Klipsch loudspeaker, are what make the Klipschorn as sought after today as it was decades ago.

    "The secret of the product quality wasn’t the fact that it was a cornerhorn speaker, but that it was, well, a high quality product all the way through."

    Paul W. Klipsch






  6. 1 minute ago, BigStewMan said:

    The price of going off topic ... the topic was Ginger vs Mary Ann  and he mentioned Samantha, Jeannie, and Elly May. 


    No he got into Covid which is where he wanted to take.

  7. On 10/10/2021 at 8:48 PM, jjptkd said:

    You know they say that Covids is roughly twice as deadly as the seasonal Flu yet somehow the Flu has all but been eradicated.. could it be that it's EXACTLY as deadly as the Flu but when the two are combined statistically it just appears worse? 


    I for one immediately injected myself with bleach when our lord and savior instructed us to and so far have been fine, it's so simple and cheap!   

    You can stay out of the Lounge section for a week.

  8. 20 hours ago, Rowan611 said:

    I will. Tomorrow. I spent the day moving boxes up stairs, into a truck, then into storage and other to donate. Lol. Thanks for your help Randy! Is my price fair?? I really don’t know.

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    You can ask for pricing help in here, as this is your listing. I think @terrier has some information, and he can post that in here as well since you are asking for feedback on price.


    What we try and avoid, at all costs, is people giving unsolicited opinions on pricing. That isn't the situation here. 


    Some people ask for help on pricing in the general section of the Forum, others, ask for help in  their listings in Garage Sale, it is totally up to you how you want to do it.


    If you like I can move this entire thread to "General Questions" section of the Forum, and then you can relist it back here in Garage Sale when you have the information you want, or you can leave it here and get feedback. You can can also edit the title of your post to add "Need Help with Pricing." 





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