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  1. Todd

    Heresy HWL

    I 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.
  2. Hello, I just picked up my fist pair of Klipsch's...a pair of evidently early Heresy's. I would like to learn as much as I can about them, eg, date of manufacture, driver details, original grill type, etc. One of the tweeters is not working, and I suspect the crossover could use a refresh. Looks like CritesSpeakers is the place to go for repairs and crossovers? The serial number for one of them is 10M053. Thanks for any info.
  3. Just launched: Our CES 2015 microsite with some teaser info on what to expect from Klipsch at CES. Highlights: Major product launch! WPWK Radio! Klipsch "Museum Of Loud" Check it out: http://ces.klipsch.com
  4. For those interested... We just updated our CES mini-site's Museum page to list more of the things we are displaying in our CES booth. Lots of history! We'll post actual pics from the booth soon. http://ces.klipsch.com/museum.html
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