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  1. Remove the driver when gluing so any fumes or glue drips don't cause further damage.
  2. I reached out to the seller yesterday. Port tubes are the short ones so these are likely v2.
  3. Check the color of the wires inside by shining a flashlight in the port and looking upwards. Pink-ish wire means v2 and multi-color means v3.
  4. Hi Charles, welcome to the Klipsch Community and congrats on the CF4 purchase! You will likely have better luck if you start your own thread on the topic or you can join the larger Epic discussion here: https://community.klipsch.com/index.php?/topic/159405-klipsch-epic-owners-group/
  5. I'll have to give it a try this weekend
  6. The parts are worth more than that.
  7. I'm in the Minneapolis suburbs and have a pair of Cornwall i that I'd part with.
  8. I'd be interested in the single CF3/4 horn if you're willing to separate.
  9. I have CF4s and own both the KV4 and the KLF-C7. I prefer the KLF-C7. I know the KV4 has the same tweeter as my CF4s but it just doesn't sound the same. Maybe it's the smaller horn lens? Maybe it's the woofers? Either way, I went with what my ears told me. If you have access to both, buy both and sell the one that doesn't make the cut in your system with your ears.
  10. Surprised these haven't sold. The pictures and description could be improved.
  11. Is there an existing thread that documents the various badges that Klipsch has used throughout the years? It would be helpful for identification and restoration. I'm trying to ID the copper colored badges on the right that need a good cleaning. I know the gold ones on the left are from KLF and Epic Series. Thanks!
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