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  1. On 2/19/2021 at 8:15 PM, Micklipsch said:

    Then again, given what crunchman’s talking about, and since there’s at least a shred of legitimacy here, and given the ease of swapping the diaphragm assemblies without dealing with the diaphragm directly, I’d go ahead and drop the K-64 assembly into the K-63. My due diligence meter would demand it. 

    Wise man.... Trust me, per 2 Klipsch employees, the magnets are different as I mentioned above, just swap the diaphragm / phase plug assemblies.

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  2. On 1/12/2021 at 2:04 PM, Micklipsch said:

    Title pretty much says all. I'm thinking the logo exactly the same across the CF line (1-4), if anyone would like to confirm. Thanks!

    The badge for the CF / Epic line is the same for the KLF / Legend line. The badge looks like this as OEM  from the factory. I have found all mine on Ebay.

     

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  3. 2 minutes ago, wvu80 said:

    I'm with you.  I thought the ad was a little confusing so I went with the exact wording.  Maybe somebody parted these out, as an empty box for sale is unusual.

    Not sure either,  worth a call for someone in the area.

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  4. 4 hours ago, 314carpenter said:

    Simple. A tiny bit of wood putty. Try not to spread it everywhere. A wax filler crayon can work for the deep scratches that may not come out in sanding. Get some Watco Danish Oil in the the color of your choice and be done with it. When you are done, if you do not like the way the risers come out, just make new ones out of solid oak boards and finish the new ones with the same Watco again. Sell the old risers to someone with a worse pair than you. Don't bury yourself in these. Get it done in one weekend. And guys, take it easy on all the sanding. Use Lacquer Thinner before you even touch the paper stuff.

    Agree on using the Lacquer thinner to remove the finish prior to sanding. I use 00 steel wool and Lacquer thinner every time. The veneer is very thin and easy to sand through.

     

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  5. On 9/20/2020 at 3:42 AM, RS M3 TT said:

    I have a pair of klf 30s in black in great shape and looking to sell as much as i dont want to but every time i turn them up the neighbors start complaining lol. The are powered by a onkio amp which im also willing to sell. Email me at sone1ner@gmail.com if interested. If it comes down to it im gonna build a box for mids and tweeters and put them in my minivan. Also willing to trade for car audio considering i was gonna use mid and tweeters so i get clear sound over 3 kicker L7s i have now 

    Welcome to the group. You are going to need to list price and location for the KLF-30's. Also, you will need to post pics for condition when you are able.

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