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Slovakmike1968

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Just became a member here. Ive loved Klipsch speakers since I was 17 and heard my friend’s LaScalas for the first time.   I’ve got two sets of industrials - Lascala and  Heresey. I’d like a more home-stereo-friendly look though. I’ve thought about buying a pair of wood veneer cabinets for the Hereseys but want the thump the bottoms offer included in the plan.   I could sell some of what I have or have a buddy build me something. He’s a cabinet maker.  I love the way they sound now.   What would you guys do???

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Welcome, If you are looking to do so, place an ad in the garage sale section of the forum.

I would leave those alone.

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Sell them and  have him build you a pair of Jubilees. They may not be as pretty as you wish but they’ll walk all over these two

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I personally like the looks of those

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welcome to the Forum ,  you got great speakers as it is -----

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Thanks everyone.  I’m cleaning them up and leaving them as they are.  Taking off the aluminum, sanding them and polishing it all is a long process but it’s gonna be worth it.   

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KEEP those pieces of trim and don't let anyone talk you out of them. Almost impossible to find and it you reconsider after getting rid of them impossible to replace. I don't see the top section of your LSI's so are you using those slants for that purpose? They are not going to sound as good as the LSI top section would.

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Hello @Slovakmike1968 I have moved your thread from the "Forum Website Question" section to the Klipsch Pro Audio Section to see if you might get some more responses. 

 

So are you located halfway around the world from Hope, Arkansas? If so, how did those great speakers make it all the way over there. Would love to hear the story, as far as you know it, on how they got all the way there.

 

Travis

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On 9/3/2020 at 9:31 AM, Slovakmike1968 said:

Taking off the aluminum, sanding them and polishing

And putting the cleaned up, polished aluminum trim back on, right?

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1 hour ago, babadono said:

And putting the cleaned up, polished aluminum trim back on, right?

I am not sure but for some reason I was thinking they might have had some sort of clear coat anodizing on the trim and if so you can give them a brushed finish but never get back to the OEM finish. Most elect to just leave them alone unless really marred.

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