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  1. Hi Folks, I'm looking for a model number and repair parts. The speakers are about 35-40 years old or more (guessing). They weigh about 50 lbs each (guessing). Light Oak cabinets. Top element is marked 'Traktrix'. Label on the back but it is blank, see picture. I could not find any S/N. Dimensions are 12.25" W, 17.5" D, 37.5" H These were damaged in a flood, and the first thing I need to do is replace some of the feet - they are spikes that press fit into the bottom of the speakers, and fit into an outer plastic sleeve/foot to rest on a hardwood floor. Any help is appreciated - thanks!
  2. So i just picked up a pair of consecutive serial number Heresy I's and am excited to say the least. They are not in mint condition and I would like to do what I can to get them looking and sounding as best as possible. Neither one has the paper labels on the back anymore. From what I have read, the process for restoring the wood can be different based on what the cabinets are made from. I am hoping someone can help me identify them. I know I'm never getting the labels back, but in situations with missing labels, is there a common practice? Do people create some kind of new label just so that the information is back with the cabinets or no? I am excited to open them up so we can see what and if anything has been done to them but I have yet to do so because I wanted to post here beforehand, is there anything I need to know before I open them up? Link to gallery with lots of pics: https://imgur.com/gallery/7RB6niX?fbclid=IwAR1EVeHZ4DTSnNFtMrtzcDUhq5BWoMldxBO3MrD6iie7cHeanq_ac4zg16c
  3. I am a first time poster to these forums. I have 5 Klipsch Speakers that I can't find any information on. Perhaps someone can help to Identify? Pictures attached
  4. Hey guys I picked up an extremely well kept pair of Klipsch Heresy speakers. I was wondering if anyone could help me identify some details about them like what kind of wood they are made of and how rare it is for a pair that are in this nice shape are. I figured out they were made in 1980 but was hoping to get more information about what options they had and if they were a particularly rare or more valuable set of speakers compared to the standard Heresy's you see pop on craigslist. They were originally purchased from Myer Emco and I have all the original paperwork but it doesn't tell me specifically details about my pair.
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