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On 6/20/2018 at 9:59 AM, Chris A said:

 

 

Klipsch Heritage is clearly alive.  Why would these dealers spend their money and time investing in their valued floor space to have them around?  I would hazard that the new models have something to offer over their 30+ year old counterparts. 

 

Chris

 

The La Scala II is a definite upgrade over the original model, in both sound and looks.

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4 minutes ago, Islander said:

 

The La Scala II is a definite upgrade over the original model, in both sound and looks.

And the new AL-5 is a bit of an improvement over the II.

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Is there any dealer in Southern California that offers risk free home audition?  I want to try out Heresy IIIs to see how they stack up against my Heresy Is.

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No dealers within 100 miles of NYC, closest is outside of Philly.

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14 hours ago, RT FAN said:

No dealers within 100 miles of NYC, closest is outside of Philly.

 Geeezzz!  I hope that changes soon.  NYC was known for several facilities that used Klipschorns, e.g. Mancuso's The Loft.  The incredible impact of Klipschorns (and McIntosh & Mark Levinson electronics, I think) enlivened his all night parties.  Others opened other venues, often with Khorns.  Some cropped up in London.

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15 hours ago, garyrc said:

 Geeezzz!  I hope that changes soon.  NYC was known for several facilities that used Klipschorns, e.g. Mancuso's The Loft.  The incredible impact of Klipschorns (and McIntosh & Mark Levinson electronics, I think) enlivened his all night parties.  Others opened other venues, often with Khorns.  Some cropped up in London.

I have passed this astute observation on to the home office in Indiana.

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1 hour ago, dwilawyer said:

I have passed this astute observation on to the home office in Indiana.

 

Thanks!

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On 6/20/2018 at 11:41 AM, Dave1290 said:

Totally agree with all of that too...  Today isn't yesterday anymore...  Crazy market out there and trying to keep everyone happy?  Ugh...  HOW?  lol 

So how do you explain Axpona shows in Chicago? Any dealer would do well there with Heritage vs. the overpriced GARBAGE that is the norm there, with a few exceptions, of course.

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On 3/27/2019 at 9:23 PM, klipschhornfan said:

Is there any dealer in Southern California that offers risk free home audition?  I want to try out Heresy IIIs to see how they stack up against my Heresy Is.

Try upscale audio. I don't know about risk fee..... Many a hifI dealer will nto do so anymore unless they have a demo pair on hand perhaps. 

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I'm posting here because I'm at a loss. I'm seriously interested in becoming a Heritage dealer in the Phoenix metropolitan area as well as carrying the Reference line, what I consider to be the best secret and best value in high end audio. There are no certified Heritage dealers in AZ and the regular lines are carried by what I would call appliance stores; no clue how to properly demo the reference or even home theater lines although I'm sure they move a lot of boxes. I have called corporate several times over the last couple weeks and have been courteously routed to several answering machines but sadly resulting in no returned calls. I am prepared to make a serious commitment to Klipsch (I'd like to make Klipsch speakers the center point of my product lines and I'm associated with some very fine gear) and feel I could very well be one of your more qualified dealers. I would appreciate any help or suggestions the moderators could offer. Thank you.

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I think you will get some answers here.

Dave

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