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  1. https://www.ebay.com/itm/293151362108?ul_noapp=true
  2. Lol, I’m in my 50’s and the heyday is a little before my time. I’ve only been once and the two around here closed up. Shame. Back when it would have mattered, no female would have gone with me anyway. I was a complete geek.
  3. By the way, Klipsch is who told me where to go to buy these after seeing one in a print ad.
  4. Not exactly the same poster but beautiful!
  5. I built a freestanding workshop so I didn’t need wife approval. This was our Klipschorn conversation: Remember those speakers I’ve been wanting for 30 years? No. Yeah you do, the Klipschorns? Oh, yeah. Well, I found some near here and I’m going to go look at them. Wait, where are you putting them? The workshop. How are you paying for them? I have that covered. Ok, as long as they aren’t in here. You’ve never even heard them. I don’t care.
  6. $35 and they are super nice. https://paducahhometheater.com/collections/klipsch-heritage/products/klipsch-heritage-posters I have two and just bought another.
  7. I agree with this. I think Bill recommends it because people (like me) who can’t cut absolutely perfect joints can still successfully build an air-tight THT. If you have CNC cut stuff, Titebond is going to result in tighter joints and is fantastically strong.
  8. Reminds me of a story. Grandpa was asking what to get Grandma for a wedding anniversary. “Get her a watch”, I said. He thought a while and said, “No, she has a clock on the stove”.
  9. I can tell you that Bill Fitzmaurice recommends Loctite PL construction adhesive for the THT build precisely because it expands to fill cracks. Oh, I agree on the Titebond (III, anyway). I had to get a joint undone once and ended up destroying the wood, the joint was way stronger than the wood.
  10. @metropolislakeoutfitters sells them. Maybe you could ask them.
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