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About miketyler

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  1. OK - good to know. Seller never responded and listed them and the KEF all as sold. Thanks anyway
  2. Seller still hasn't responded. See below. Assume they are REF IV then?
  3. Not sure, waiting on clarification. The picture shows the darker label I associated with REF IV series. He also has pair of KLF-10's for same price
  4. I found a decent looking pair of these local to me for $300. Is this a sound deal for pair of RF82's in very good to excellent condition?
  5. Yes, saw those. They are decals applied to copper plate then clear coated. They will work but I sent a request in to Klipsch to see what they have available.
  6. I ended up using SEM Hot Rod Black. Came out ok I think. I now need a source for the copper “Klipsch” name plates. Is there a source for these? I have already seen the ones on eBay that are copper place with decal that’s been clear-coated.
  7. Thats what I was thinking. How can you decode date of manufacture? Is that in the serial number?
  8. Hope this is the right place for price discussion? Found these reported to be one-owner La Scalas. Also described as in immaculate condition and rarely used. Owner says she called Klipsch and they told her $3k ea? I'm new on the La Scala scene so dont have much of a feel other than the deal I got on the black industrials. See pics
  9. Indeed they are. Pix of the speakers with valspar paint?
  10. Also a pneumatic DA sander with 80 and 120 sanding discs will make quick work of the old finish. I'm filling using Dolphin Glaze, sanding, then applying a black surfacer to the cabinets before blocking down before paint. The innner walls and doghouse has little damage so i plan to lightly hand sand and scuff those areas.
  11. Yes, one had some damage on the upper front. Having to do some minor filling but most of the work on top and sides of the cabinets. Any idea what paint Klipsch uses in production on Ultra 2 systems?
  12. These two La Scalas needed attention. I was just going to quick sand and paint but my obsession with removing every nick and repairing every edge has taken over. I'd like to finish them in the identical satin black that my THX Ultra 2's are. Any recommendations on this? I was thinking of the SEM product called Hot Rod Black but thought that might actually be over kill. Cabinets will be smooth with no texture. Thoughts or recommendations on paint to use?
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