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  1. Hello, I am a new member and this is my first post. I have the chance to get some Special Edition Cornwall III’s from a friend. He paid $2000 for them, but the veneer needs some work. The original owner had movers that did an awful job and some of the corners and edges are beat up. Other than that, the speakers look awesome and he has allowed me to bring them home to work on them and have a chance to listen. A few questions I have: -at that price, are they worth it if I can fix them up to look close to original? -what are good methods to fill in the veneer gashes and cracks? I plan to use clamps to push the bowed veneer back in and then wood glue/saw dust to fill in the gaps or match with colored wood putty. I’ve also heard Shellac sticks are an option but can be expensive if I buy the kit to match. I have ave three amp options to work with - Marantz 2230, Elekit TU-8200 (upgraded), and a Bob Latino VTA-120.
  2. Alright, friends of the Klipsch Museum of Audio History here is your chance to buy a pair of Special Edition Heresy or Cornwall speakers AND become a Khorn Corps Member of the Klipsch Heritage Museum Association, Inc. at the same time. The Klipsch Heritage Museum Association, Inc. (KHMA) an Arkansas Non-profit corporation, and IRS 501(c)(3) which operates the Klipsch Museum Of Audio History in Hope, AR will be selling: One pair of Special Edition Heresy III speakers in California Black Walnut which will include one KHMA Khorn Corps Membership ($1,000 level membership). Price, $3,200 total (sold as a package only). More information here: http://www.klipsch.com/products/heresy-iii-special-edition SOLD One pair of Special Edition Hersey III speakers in East Indian Rosewood which will include one KHMA Khorn Corps Membership ($1,000 level membership). Price, $3,200 total (sold as a package only). SOLD THE EAST INDIAN ROSEWOOD ARE SOLD, SOLD, SOLD and One pair of Special Edition Cornwall III speakers which will include two (2) KHMA Khorn Corps Memberships ($2,000 value, one for you, one for your wife, husband, daughter, son, or that neighbor of yours that you will be pissing off). Price, $6,000 total (sold as a package only). http://www.klipsch.com/products/cornwall-iii-special-edition These are new, in the box, sealed, full factory warranty. These three pairs of speakers were generously donated by Klipsch Group, Inc. to KHMA to help raise funds for the improvement and operation of the Klipsch Museum of Audio History. If you are interested in purchasing one of these packages you can send a PM to @dtel's wife or email her at membership@klipschmuseum.org. We have these ready to go, in the boxes, ready to be dropped off at the Klipsch Distribution Center to be delivered to your door. You will be helping out the Museum, having great sounding speakers, that also look marvelous. You will be happy that you did. I can't speak for your neighbors. We already sold out of our Founder's Club level memberships today, but if you are interested in one of the 4 Khorn Club memberships left at $1,000 or $100.00 monthly you can go here for more information: As a 501(c)(3) a portion of the purchase price may be tax deductible, you can PM me for more details or send an email to membership@klipschmuseum.org.
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