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  1. I apologize if this is a late post or was posted in 2 channel. Paul Grzybek of tubeaudiodesign.com formerly Bizzy Bee Audio, passed away on or about March 20, 2012. Some might have known him for his restoration of Fisher 400/500/800 Receivers. I was notified on May 12, 2012, that he had passed. Paul was 48 years old when he passed away. A great loss to the 2 channnel and tube community. Huhuru
  2. "Mercy", " Mercy," "Mercy." A great loss, RIP. Huhuru
  3. KLIPSCH S/N FORMATS DATES DESCRIPTION EXAMPLE 1946-1947 ### 001 (ending #021) 1948-1961 #### 0121 (starting #0121) 1962-1983 ##letter#### 20Y1234 1984-1989(?) YY WW #### 89281234 1990-1997(?) DOY Y2Y1 #### 135791234 1998-2000 YY WW #### 00281234 1962-1983 Letter format A = 1962 F = 1967 K = 1972 R = 1977 X = 1982 B = 1963 G = 1968 L = 1973 S = 1978 Y = 1983 C = 1964 H = 1969 M = 1974 T = 1979 D = 1965 I = 1970 N = 1975 U = 1980 E = 1966 J = 1971 P = 1976 W = 1981 NOTES 1946-1961 dates can only be found in log book (eng. Library) DOY = day of the year YY = year (i.e. 99,00) Y2Y1 = 2nd digit of year, 1st digit of year WW = week of the year Date code on drivers (1994) Example - 9429 = 1994, 29th week of the year / YYWW Klipschorns of this vintage had the s/n hammer stamped into the tailboard, woofer access door or inside the woofer chamber. Klipsch Date Codes ~ Site ~ Hosting by Just for you. Enjoy the music.
  4. Just hang on you will get some help. The guys on this forum are great. I'm a senior and can always count on them. Huhuru[H]
  5. My cable technician was replacing wall plugs and noticed that my Mitubishi 40 Tube TV picture was going bad because the color was kind of distorted. He informed me that I would be needing a new TV soon because of how the color was acting. I thanked him and later while thinking I remembered that one Klipsch KLF 20(s) had been moved closer to the TV by the cable repairman for his repair. I went and rechecked and notice that the distortion was no longer on the TV after the speaker had been moved back to the correct postion. I also called the cable company and informed them that their technician was very allert and deserved an "attaboy", for his input. The moral to the story is that you have to remember the effects of your equipment. By the way I learned the effects of KLF 20 on this great forum.[H] Huhuru
  6. Roasted Fennel and Red Onion Salmon over Rice. Go Bears! Huhuru[H]
  7. USAF 1959-1967. Great duty, last five years spent with the US Army. Last three years with the 101st Airborne Division Screeming Eagles - What a group of good characters. Huhuru[H]
  8. Take it now, decide what to do with it later. Huhuru
  9. Great professional news person. I know I will miss him.[] Huhuru
  10. Klipsch Caps. I know someone said "Hats", just checking to make sure caps are included. Huhuru
  11. Try a Fisher 400 receiver. Will go great with the speakers. Huhuru[H]
  12. Craig is one of the best. He restored our original Fisher KX-200. I bought Cornwall(II's), based on his recommendation and a good word put in by him. Met him personally at a set in Chicagoland. Will send a donation thru the mail. Enjoy the Music! Huhuru[H]
  13. Miles Davis CD (Remaster) or LP "Kind Of Blue". Good start. Lots of "Trane" and Cannonball Adderly in this CD. Enjoy the music[8]. Huhuru
  14. Chateau Souverain []2002 Cabernet Sauvignon and listening to Miles Davis "Highlights From The Plugged Nickel" on a Fisher 400 and Klipsch 1986 Cornwalls II. Great combination.[] Enjoy the Music![8] Huhuru[H]
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