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in General Klipsch Info
Posted April 19
in 2-Channel Home Audio
Posted March 29
I like this idea, will do this to my quartets (only cause I'm clumsy).
Posted March 22
I have a set of klipsch quartets that I'm thinking of having professionally veneered. Wondering what I should expect a professional job would cost. I know it depends on the wood used but just trying to get an idea of what range I'd be looking at. I'm out here in the vegas area if that matters at all.
Posted February 25
I also liking the marantz pairing if I could'nt go tubes
Posted November 13, 2021
There's a pretty good review about this unit on youtube by a guy named Andrew Robinson.
Posted October 14, 2021
Ok guys I have a pair of quartets hooked up to my marantz nr1506 wirelessly. Problem is I want to hard wire it to a second modem/router type device. What would be the best secondary device I can buy to accomplish this? My modem/router in the living room is already hardwired to the tv & other devices & I need something where I can do the same in my spare bedroom. Any ideas? Not looking to spend a fortune on this, maybe $100 to $150 at the most.
Posted September 14, 2021
Has anyone tried these tweeter upgrades in the Klipsch quartets? If so please tell me your impressions.
Posted June 8, 2021
I love listening to jazz vocalist such as Nancy Wilson
Posted April 15, 2021
Edited April 15, 2021 by neosoul
Well after further research it seems that I should be looking at real wood veneer. After watching some youtube videos I think it would be best for me with my limited space & clumsiness to go the professional route. Don't want to risk damaging my quartets. What I will do is check around locally to see if I can find a veneer I like. Thanks guys for your replies.
Posted April 15, 2021
Posted April 13, 2021
For those of you who have applied veneer to your speakers, what should I be looking for as far as quality & type. Looking to redo my quartets sometime in the near future.
Posted April 1, 2021
If you have any vintage stereo shops in your area, that may also be a good source for what you're looking for. Found a single Klipsch quartet to go along with my pair at the local vintage shop here in Vegas. Don't know if he still has them but saw a pair of heresy there too.
Posted March 4, 2021
Maybe etsy.com. There are several who can may on there that sell tilt back speaker stands. Hope this helps