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  1. Klipsch Cornwall Loudspeaker set Model Type: CD-BR. Original owner purchased (1979/80) from audiophile on Woodward Avenue in Royal Oak, Michigan. Sequential serial numbers (155616 & 155617). Both in working order one of the woofers needs to be looked at and/or serviced still works. Located in SE Michigan (Macomb Township) Call Andre @ 586-873-7929 Asking: $1,450.00 negotiable (local preferred or +shipping for out of state)
  2. Hello Forum, It's been a while since I've posted on here, but still try to keep up with the forum topics and still a HUGE KLIPSCH fan! I just picked up a pair of 1977 Cornwalls, first I have ever owned.....They are CD-BR's with consecutive serials 13R112 and 13R113, but unfortunately painted white (UGH!). The person I bought them from got them form the original owner a week ago that exchanged these for some work that was done on there house. You can tell they were from a residence that was non-smoking since the insides are immaculate and the caps looks nice and shiney Here's what I think they are, 1977 Cornwalls in a Decorator series in Birch Raw....The strange part is that they have grills on them, trims and risers and the face is painted black from the factory? I have done some detecitve work and I believe that this was an option that the owner purchased when new. I believe this to be factory bullnose trim, cane grills and risers with sliders. This was definitely not an add on, I'm 100% confident to make this statement. The workmanship is way too good! Can someone share there knowledge or experience in if they have had something similar or are familiar with these options? I have added pictures....Please put on your Sherlock Holmes hats and let me know your thoughts. Thank you....
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