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The Klipsch Museum of Audio History would like to welcome all of you to our new section on the forum. If you have questions regarding the history of Klipsch, its products or Paul W. Klipsch feel free to ask those questions here!  Jim Hunter, Klipsch historian and Curator of the new museum, or Roy Delgado would be happy to answer your questions!!!  

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Hey Hunter!!!

 

Congrats on the new "job"! 

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This section has the potential to become my favorite very quickly- I am looking forward to what will be posted here!

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@Bill W.

 

Thank you!  We are very excited about the new museum and all that it will have to offer!  

 

It's a pleasure to have enthusiasts such as yourself and others supporting our efforts. 

 

We we have been diligently working on establishing our membership classes, getting our non profit IRS 501c determination letter (which we now have in hand), an eBay sale of some of the artifacts secondary to preserving the legacy of PWK, much needed repairs to the museum building and many other projects. 

 

Lots and lots to get accomplished!!!

 

Thank you again!!!

 

 

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Awesome forum! I think there will be a lot of interesting things learned here. Thanks for setting this up. 

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On 9/8/2016 at 12:39 PM, dtel's wife said:

The Klipsch Museum of Audio History would like to welcome all of you to our new section on the forum. If you have questions regarding the history of Klipsch, its products or Paul W. Klipsch feel free to ask those questions here!  Jim Hunter, Klipsch historian and Curator of the new museum, or Roy Delgado would be happy to answer your questions!!!  

I have  a pair of klipschorn speakers that I bought in the mid 70's and want to know how much they are now worth.  TYPE K-B-WO  serial 6M480  K-55-V,   we are moving and my wife says there is no room in the new house.

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I have  a pair of klipschorn speakers that I bought in the mid 70's and want to know how much they are now worth.  TYPE K-B-WO  serial 6M480  K-55-V,   we are moving and my wife says there is no room in the new house.

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Flyall, if you post this in 2 channel or the general section it will be seen by many more people. When you do post those pictures and some of the overall condition because condition is what really decides the value.

 

Welcome and thanks, I can't move it because it's in a existing thread. 

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I have  a pair of klipschorn speakers that I bought in the mid 70's and want to know how much they are now worth.  TYPE K-B-WO  serial 6M480  K-55-V,   we are moving and my wife says there is no room in the new house.

Post photos of the fronts and tops, please. Any mods or upgrades over the years?

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Thank You code, we must have been typing at the same time.

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Ok Mr. Hunter...checking in from Huntsville Alabama.  Gonna try to but in and answer questions when I can. Curtis here.

 

 

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On 9/8/2016 at 2:39 PM, dtel's wife said:

The Klipsch Museum of Audio History would like to welcome all of you to our new section on the forum. If you have questions regarding the history of Klipsch, its products or Paul W. Klipsch feel free to ask those questions here!  Jim Hunter, Klipsch historian and Curator of the new museum, or Roy Delgado would be happy to answer your questions!!!  

It's a dirty job, but someone has to do it!! 😉

John Kuthe, relatively new Klipsch Speaker Owner!

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On 6/22/2019 at 11:13 AM, Bassman10 said:

Ok Mr. Hunter...checking in from Huntsville Alabama.  Gonna try to but in and answer questions when I can. Curtis here.

 

 

There is a direct connection between Huntsville and some of the development  of Klipsch Professional Speakers.

 

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The Klipsch Museum of Audio History would like to welcome all of you to our new section on the forum. If you have questions regarding the history of Klipsch, its products or Paul W. Klipsch feel free to ask those questions here!  Jim Hunter, Klipsch historian and Curator of the new museum, or Roy Delgado would be happy to answer your questions!!!  

 

 

 

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