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  1. Stig, Thank you for the info. I'm might get into it inside to see about the mods I see they're corner speakers. I searched but I couldn't find anything by Jensen that resembles them. I'd really like to find out where the cabinets came from.
  2. HD, No, the back panels cover the back of the cabinets completely. That area at the very bottom of the cabinet is open space and isn't ported or open in any direction. Have you got a link to a wiring diagram for this crossover. It's a Type A
  3. HD, Thanks for the info. "Rear firing" ? Not sure what that is. Are you referring to the open backs? There are back cover panels that go on the cabinets, I just don't have them on right now.
  4. Jim, Can you tell me what I have here? I acquired a really nice pair of old Klipsch speakers in huge ornate wooden cabinets. They look like they were used in an auditorium or something. They work great. Can you help me find out more about them like year mfg., age, model, purpose, value, rarity, collectability ? Here's a pdf link with a bunch of more pictures. http://montereymusicclub.com/klipsch/klipsch.pdf I'm being told they're home made cabinets and Klipsch never put out anything like this. They were definitely made by a cabinet shop, not home made. They're a matched set, the cabinet work is A1 and there's no evidence there was ever anything else inside them to think they used to be something else. Each of the back of the horns have a Klipsch tag; PK K-55-V / serial #10035 and #10041. There is a Klipsch id strip on the bottom edge of the electric board that says Type A. What would that mean? Who likely made these and is there any way to trace the history via the above serial numbers ? Thank you, Gary Smith
  5. There is a Klipsch strip on the bottom edge of the elec board that says Type A. What's type does type A mean ? See pics. The wiring pic is from the other cabinet. It doesn't have any modified wiring like the other pic showing some jumpers. Btw, the brown speaker wire is mine to the other speaker I've got the front grills back on and don't have the bottom speaker diameter.
  6. Al at alkeng.com says they're not by Klipsch so I'll go with that but the question remains who made these ? These weren't cheap cabinets to make and they don't look like they were ever for anything else. Where might these be from I wonder? Any of you cabinet people ever seen anything like these? They look like something from a church or school auditorium or something.
  7. Thanks. Each of the back of the horns have a Klipsch tag; PK K-55-v / serial #10035 and #10041. I don't know anything about speakers. I'll have to go back and look for the other numbers referred to here. I do not think these are home made. The cabinet work is A1 and there's no evidence there was ever anything else inside them to think they used to be something else. .
  8. Here's 19 pics of my vintage Klipsch speakers. I'm looking for information about model, year. mfg, rarity and value. http://montereymusicclub.com/klipsch/klipsch.pdf Thank you.
  9. No, I have a PAIR of these speakers. The board wouldn't allow more pics. I'll see if I can swap one out. BS
  10. Hi, I just aquired a really nice pair of old Klipsch speakers in huge cabinets for my band room. They look like they were used in an auditorium or something. They work great. Can anybody help me find out more about them like age, purpose, value, rarity, collectability ? Pics attached. Thanks.
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