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  1. Hello, First time poster and electonics novice here looking for some friendly guidance from the experts. Our Parish was gifted with two pairs of 2002 vintage Klipsch stereo speakers that we would like to sell to raise money for much needed playground improvements for our school. Is there anyone out there who would be willing to give us some guidance as to a fair market value? The items are: - two beautiful floor-standing Mahogany Klipschorn speakers in excellent condition. - two Klipsch Heresy speakers thanks so so much for any help y’all can provide. Tom H.
  2. Already posted this over on Audiokarma, so apologies to members of both, but I figured it was time to join this forum as well. Thanks to the one and only Edroom and his annual audio yard sale I was able to purchase these beautiful giants yesterday. These are my first "big" set of speakers and they already sound fantastic even with the original capacitors in the crossovers. Even had the energy to stop at Home Depot on my way home for some pipe insulation to seal 'em to the walls. The details: 1972 Klipschorn Model B's "M75" Mahogany finish, NOT lacquered AA crossovers I absolutely, 100% recommend buying from Ed if you ever have the chance. Nice guy, fair prices, and an impressive collection.
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