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Bill W.

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  1. I did make some risers to lift the speakers off the patio surface about 2”. This keeps moisture away from the bottom of the bass horns, especially when it is snowing. There are no castors on them however.
  2. Travis, I have some of those furniture dollies that are sold at Lowe’s or Home Depot. They work just fine for moving the Jubes around the shop or the dining room.
  3. The Jubilees are moved safely and easily with a simple two wheel hand cart. I just slip it underneath and rock it backward, then it can be moved as a single unit, top and bottom. I know I am not typical, I have worked in the supermarket industry for most of my career, unloading semi-trucks and handling heavy freight. For me, these are easy.
  4. Inside the Klipsch Education Center at the Hope AR airport
  5. I think you should consider this business model as a franchise model, expandable to all markets that can support the product lines that should be represented. This could go along way toward connecting manufacturers with customers in a new and innovative way, reintroducing high-performance audio to a motivated customer base. The VRBO concept is the new, novel twist that can make this work financially. What a great idea!
  6. Snowing in Sedona AZ today....
  7. Rest In Peace Bob, my condolences to the family.
  8. Within this listing is the publication “High Fidelity”. The December 1963 edition has a review of Klipschorns with a center- channel Cornwall as a three channel system. Very highly regarded in the review, excerpts of this were used in Klipsch literature for many years.
  9. You first! Oh wait, you have already done that haven’t you?😉
  10. Klipschorn, style B, oiled walnut, built in 1978
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