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  1. Time to sell my Belle Klipsch speakers. I have purchased another set of Klipsch, and have to make room. I have owned these beauties for about 20 years. Purchased them locally from the original owner. 1984 issue. I remember them as sequential numbers. Unfortunately, I lost the ID tag on one of the speakers; the other is pictured. Starting in 1984, Klipsch supposedly quit stamping serial numbers on Belles. If anyone has an idea where I can find a serial #, please let me know. Notice the grain pattern. They are pretty much a match, so I am selling them as sequential. The only changes to them have been my upgrade to Crites AA crossovers. I will include the Klipsch type AB crossovers original to the speakers. The cabinets and grills are in great condition. Minimal nicks/wear to the cabinets. No water stains on the tops, fraying of the grills, etc. These speakers look good, sound phenomenal, and make the impact Paul Klipsch intended with the design. I have powered them with MC275 and MC7270; tube or SS, they sound great. The only reason I am selling them is because I am downsizing. I've included a few photos. I can send others to individuals seriously interested. Just let me know. Prefer local pickup; shipping will be expensive. $3000.00 with Crites and original crossovers. $2750 with original AB crossovers. I'm in the Memphis, TN area.
  2. Greetings, I have a pair of Black Birch Klipsch La Scala for sale in Rocky River, Ohio. These have been untouched since they were installed in a Church as part of a Rodgers organ installation in 1977. They work perfectly and the original Crossovers are oil caps. I will amend this message with Photos as I figure out how. $1200.00 obo *SOLD* 4-7-21
  3. These are from my Heresy I speakers. They are in great shape. 3 day sale. https://www.ebay.com/itm/333800872582?_trksid=p2471758.m4704
  4. So, I posted the parts for these a while ago, but had a lot of interest in not only the parts but the cabs also. I was going to keep the cabs, but they are just too huge, and because of all the speakers in the house, my wife started looking at me funny. Anyway, I built a couple pairs of these. I usually build 2 pairs of every project so I can use one to tweak, and then keep the final incarnation. This was the first pair I built and then I did one in all maple. These are the ones i tried several different drivers in, and decided to sell them with all the parts I offered a while back. These have the crites cast frame woofers, and I had AL at ALK build me some APL600, and ES5800 crossovers for them. Also built the Eliptrac 400 horns and tweeters. Midrange is B&C 250 and Tweeter is B&C also. Really no expense was spared on these incredible speakers. The cabs as you can see, are of very high caliber, and more than likely some of the best Cornscala cabs made? IMHO. I built them so I am partial of course ; ) I have decided to sell the complete speaker. They sound magnificent as many of you can imagine. The one word that comes to mind with these speakers is "Prodigious" They will fill a VERY large room with very little wattage and sound like a live band doing it! I love JAZZ and these certainly excel in that category. I also built very nice grills for these that are included. I am willing to ship these but only at the buyers expense. They are very heavy, I built them to last a lifetime. About 180lbs each. I did the fronts in textured black paint, which looks pretty cool I think, also easy to touch up. Baffles, and walls are 1.5". I refinished the tops and finished them in a non stainable finish because my wife was always putting stuff on them. It looks good, and it is very durable. Sorry for being long winded but I am trying to answer most questions, and be as detailed as possible. These are very fine horn speakers and I am very happy with how they came out. I am quite sure whoever buys them will feel the same. Please feel free to call if your interested. 559-994-1398. Regards, Jon
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