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  1. I picked up new Heresy IVs from an authorized dealer last week. The veneer on my speakers has several splits or gouges that are about 1" long on most sides of the speakers. These are not b-stock. The image below is from 1 speaker; the other speaker has similar, but fewer veneer issues. Is this expected or should it be considered a defect? These speakers represent a significant, but worthwhile, expense for me. I'm planning to keep these speakers for a very long time, but part of me is kind of disappointed that there are gouges all over my new speakers. Thanks!
  2. Hello, I just received a pair of RP6000F from an authorized online dealer of Klipsch. I unwrapped them and noticed that one of the speaker on one of the towers have some adhesive between the crease of Speaker and the wooden body. I thought it is just residual that i can clean up but its stuck there. I have attached some pictures to show what I am talking about. I haven't switched it on because I am afraid of damaging anything if this adhesive is a sign that speaker is not placed correctly or is this just an aesthetic issue. So not sure what I am suppose to do: Is there a safe way to remove the adhesive? Will it impact the sound quality ? is that just an asthetic issue that I can safely ignore or I should plan on returning the floor stander. Will appreciate your help on this
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