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These are SOLD. Link to the brochure for 2019 Klipschorn Museum Edition can be found here: https://www.klipschmuseum.org/blog/2019/1/5/one-time-opportunity-museum-edition-klipschorn-ak6-me-sale ONE OF A KIND MUSEUM EDITION-KHORNS and LA SCALAs The Klipsch Heritage Museum Association is excited to announce that Museum Edition ("ME") Heritage Speakers are now available for sale! EXTREMELY LIMITED to only ONE Unique Pair of Each Model 2019 Museum Edition Klipschorn® Model AK6 - S/N 001 and 002 Museum Edition La Scala Model AK5 (due to be released 01/19), S/N 001 and 002 Both pairs will have Museum Edition-only features.Including: Exclusive Museum Edition exotic "one of a kind" real wood veneer (stay tuned) Special Museum Edition grille fabric specially matched to veneer Hand selected and specially matched drivers and crossovers by Chief Engineer Museum Edition metal plaques Hand signed by the Chief Engineer responsible for each of these new models As with all speakers in the Klipsch Heritage line, these ME edition speakers will be hand-assembled and hand-finished by the Klipsch factory in Hope, AR, with pride. All proceeds from the sale of these speakers will go to the Klipsch Heritage Museum Association, Inc. (KHMA) which operates the Klipsch Museum of Audio History in Hope, Arkansas. Your purchase of these speakers directly helps us continue preserving and sharing the scientific work and cultural legacy of audio pioneer Paul. W. Klipsch. KHMA dba Klipsch Museum of Audio History is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) corporation. The Klipsch Museum of Audio History would like to specially thank Klipsch Group, Inc. for their continued support. To see the 2019 Klipschorn Museum Edition brochure please visit us here: https://www.klipschmuseum.org/blog/2019/1/5/one-time-opportunity-museum-edition-klipschorn-ak6-me-sale
Alright, friends of the Klipsch Museum of Audio History here is your chance to buy a pair of Special Edition Heresy or Cornwall speakers AND become a Khorn Corps Member of the Klipsch Heritage Museum Association, Inc. at the same time. The Klipsch Heritage Museum Association, Inc. (KHMA) an Arkansas Non-profit corporation, and IRS 501(c)(3) which operates the Klipsch Museum Of Audio History in Hope, AR will be selling: One pair of Special Edition Heresy III speakers in California Black Walnut which will include one KHMA Khorn Corps Membership ($1,000 level membership). Price, $3,200 total (sold as a package only). More information here: http://www.klipsch.com/products/heresy-iii-special-edition SOLD One pair of Special Edition Hersey III speakers in East Indian Rosewood which will include one KHMA Khorn Corps Membership ($1,000 level membership). Price, $3,200 total (sold as a package only). SOLD THE EAST INDIAN ROSEWOOD ARE SOLD, SOLD, SOLD and One pair of Special Edition Cornwall III speakers which will include two (2) KHMA Khorn Corps Memberships ($2,000 value, one for you, one for your wife, husband, daughter, son, or that neighbor of yours that you will be pissing off). Price, $6,000 total (sold as a package only). http://www.klipsch.com/products/cornwall-iii-special-edition These are new, in the box, sealed, full factory warranty. These three pairs of speakers were generously donated by Klipsch Group, Inc. to KHMA to help raise funds for the improvement and operation of the Klipsch Museum of Audio History. If you are interested in purchasing one of these packages you can send a PM to @dtel's wife or email her at email@example.com. We have these ready to go, in the boxes, ready to be dropped off at the Klipsch Distribution Center to be delivered to your door. You will be helping out the Museum, having great sounding speakers, that also look marvelous. You will be happy that you did. I can't speak for your neighbors. We already sold out of our Founder's Club level memberships today, but if you are interested in one of the 4 Khorn Club memberships left at $1,000 or $100.00 monthly you can go here for more information: As a 501(c)(3) a portion of the purchase price may be tax deductible, you can PM me for more details or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
It's now really official and we can begin to talk about it. So much to tell you all, and so much is in the works, but here is a start. http://www.klipsch.com/news/klipsch-announces-non-profit-to-manage-klipsch-audio-history-museum
On the campus of New Mexico State University in Las Cruces, NM sits the Paul and Valerie Klipsch Museum. This museum contains many interesting products and information about PWK. As you can see from the photos that follow, there is quite a bit to see. The museum is in one of the engineering building on campus and can be visited by appointment by calling 575-646-2913. This number is to the office of the Dean of the College of Engineering which is only open during normal business hours on regular school days. One of the ladies that works in the Dean’s office showed me the museum and provided quite a bit of information about PWK and his speakers. However, I was informed that if someone was interested in seeing the museum on a non-school day, they can sometimes accommodate those requests as long as there is some advance notice. I was told that Valerie tries to make it to the university each year during homecoming. If you are ever in the area, I’d recommend stopping by. You would also have an opportunity to try out some of the local New Mexican style food, which in my opinion is the best Mexican food available anywhere. This is where it all started...