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Hello Klipsch wizards! Looking for some insight on a pair of Heresy's that I stumbled on. No joke, these were found in a dumpster and I had no choice but to rescue them. They are in surprisingly decent shape, but after giving them a test drive, there are issues with the woofers. They still sound decent with low volume, but one of the woofers has a bit of a knock/click/rattle when given some extra volume, and the pictures can explain. It's as though the cones in the woofers have sagged? twisted? over time. One worse than the other (the black one). Not to mention, the history tells an interesting story. The two woofers are obviously different, but very similar at the same time, marking wise. One with a raw casing finish and soldered connections, and one with a black finish with obviously newer wiring connections. I want to do this the right way, so the question is: 1. Are these in the category of sending off to be re-coned by the appropriate shop? (I could use some advice on said shop near Indiana) OR 2. Are these in the category of looking into full replacement woofers? Please let me know if additional info is needed, but thank you all in advance for any helpful input! Heresy Photo's -PC
FOR SALE SET OF VOLTI KLIPSCH SPEAKERS These awsome speakers are the highest quality of any speakers that I have seen or heard before! Each Piece has NO VISIBLE NICKS, CRACKS, OR SCRATCHES. VERY NICE! WOW! Asking Only $8796.5 WOW! Message me by email, text or call me. My name is Gregg. I am from Kansas City MissourI 641219 816.659.7222 firstname.lastname@example.org