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  1. Hi Jim Hunter! Like the title says, can you please provide the log info for Klipschorns 1A827 and 1A828? This pair is currently advertised for sale on Craigs List in Portland, Oregon, but they have been incorrectly identified as 1955 due to misinformation in the Forum Serial Number Document which you pointed out earlier this month. I hope you can shed some light on the actual date for this pair. Thanks! \
  2. Hi Jim Hunter! As the title says, I'm looking for birthday information for these two single Klipschorns #1610 and #1545 The two speakers have identical drivers--I'm guessing they were manufactured within about 6 months of each other? Mono no more--they are going steady now as a stereo pair and are making beautiful music together! Thanks for any info you can provide!
  3. Klipsch Heritage Museum Association, Inc. President and Curator, @JRH Jim Hunter has been busy down at the Klipsch Museum of Audio History.
  4. Klipsch historian Jim Hunter wrote his latest edition of "Good Poop" about legendary drummer Joe Edwin Holland who is featured on the KlipschTape. CLICK HERE to read the story. It's one heck of a read!
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