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Possibly looking to see if anyone is interested in trading a pair of Khorns for a pair of piano black La Scalas. These were professionally painted and the caps have been upgraded on the crossovers. Still have all original caps and badges. One of a kind La Scalas that are functionally and cosmetically beautiful. Located in Central NY. Possibly may sell them but literally just entertaining offers right now unless the right number comes along. I have a pair of Khorns I have my eyes on.
SOLD- A Pair of Klipschorns & La Scalas
Audiophile1990 posted a topic in Garage SaleHello everyone, For those who are interested, I am unfortunately parting ways with my Dad's speakers because of their size I cannot move them with me into my new condo. Starting with the first pair which are the Klipschorns my dad purchased them from the original owner in 1984 and were made in 1977 based on the serial numbers. The Serial Number stickers are on both pairs of Klipschorns as well. The only replacement parts on the Klipschorns are a pair of Bob Crites Crossover's which I installed them back in 2016 other than that they are in original condition and in excellent working order. The second pair which are the La Scala's my dad purchased back in the early 2000's again same as the Klipschorns my dad purchased them from their original owners. Both pairs of La Scala's are in original condition and in excellent working order. The Serial Number stickers are on both pairs of La Scala's as well. I will list the info, serial numbers etc below as well as contact info for those who are interested. I am asking $5,000 for the Khorn pair & $5,000 for the LaScala pair or best offer. I currently live in CT, but for anyone interested in the tri-state area or on the east coast this is your chance. If anyone outside of the northeast area is interested, I will work with you regarding shipping. I know these loud speakers aren't for sale that often, and both pair's would be an excellent edition to your home theater setup so that you can enjoy them as much as my dad and our family have enjoyed them over the years. Thanks, Jeff P.S. Feel free to contact me via email for more info, or pictures at email@example.com Klipschorn: Type: KBWO Serial: 10R518, 10R519 La Scala: Type: LS-BL Serial: 8511790, 8511791
Discussions About Price for Heritage, etc.Lets face it: prices on heritage Klipsch speakers have gotten out of hand. I have 2 pairs that could sell for triple what I paid but I didn't buy them to make money so I will continue to enjoy them and maybe improve them instead of moving up the food chain because I cannot afford to. Its a free market so whatever someone is willing to pay dictates value.
FS: Parting out Hersery II's
snepog posted a topic in Garage SaleI am original owner, purchased in 1985, smoke and pet free home. All in perfect working order. (I just installed Hersey III upgrade kits in my Hersey II's.) pair K-76 $130 shipped pair K-53 $200 shipped pair K-24 $200 shipped pair crossovers (round) $60 shipped OR $495 for ALL shipped. PayPal only, will ship FedEx only to lower 48 states.
Klipsch RF-7's, RSW 10 and RC-7 to find new home
Paul Hands posted a topic in Alerts!Hey all, moving soon from house to condo and won't have room or ability to play loud music so time to package up my surround sound system and find it a new home. All like new sounding condition. Pair of RF-7s Cherry $900 Good exterior condition. All pegs except one on each grill. One Speaker has decent separation of face plate from main cabinet. RC-7 Center Channel Speaker Cherry $400 Excellent condition on outside. RSW 10 Black $400 Like New condition on outside See Craigslist posts for pictures https://boston.craigslist.org/bmw/for/d/sherborn-klipsch-rc-7-center-channel/6788760669.html https://boston.craigslist.org/bmw/for/d/sherborn-klipsch-rf-7-speakers-pair/6788750602.html https://boston.craigslist.org/bmw/for/d/sherborn-klipsch-rsw-10-black-subwoofer/6788764874.html
Todd posted a topic in Garage SaleI just inherited two Klipsch Heresy HWL serial # 8444004, inspected by Robert Wyatt. I know HWL stands for Heresy Walnut Lacquer, but I would really like to know the date they were made and the value. They sound great with my inherited Kenwood stereo receiver model KR-9400. Both old school, maybe 70's. The wood is a little scratched but has been stored indoors. I might keep or might sell. I can post a pic if anyone is interested. Thanks.