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I have had two Hereseys since 1979ish. I got from a friend who needed cash. Serial number partly legible on 1 of them #29P20  ?

inspected by N W Bradford, I think. 

I think they were made in ‘75. There may be more numbers but not legible. Could anyone tell me about them. 

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Welcome to the forum! If You posted some pictures the guys can help you better with that identification. Usually the serieals are stenciled into the wood on the backside of the cabinets.

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OK what behind the avatar?

cuz babadono

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8 minutes ago, babadono said:

OK what behind the avatar?

cuz babadono

Avatar is just the first letter of your username if you don't post some sort of pic.

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2 hours ago, Happy Horse Brewing said:

babadono

LOL 
I brew Beer... and I am happy!

Gotcha....

I'll keep an eye out ...."Happy Horse" Brewing Co.

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On 5/2/2021 at 6:30 PM, Happy Horse Brewing said:

I have had two Hereseys since 1979ish. I got from a friend who needed cash. Serial number partly legible on 1 of them #29P20  ?

inspected by N W Bradford, I think. 

I think they were made in ‘75. There may be more numbers but not legible. Could anyone tell me about them.

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these were made in 1976  , so Heresy Birch most likely , with the E network -k77 round magnet alnico-K55V push terminal alnico , and  a K-22E  or EF  square Magnet woofer---  You can pop off the rear panel and confirm if this is accurate -

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Yes Serial number imprinted on back 29P201 & 2

They are birch they came to me raw wood I have rubbed Linseed oil on them. I will open back cover and look at magnets tomorrow. One of the tweeters went out in 1989ish. A friend of mine took them to the Klipsch factory in Hope Ar. in the early '90's, before Klipsch moved. They were repaired/reworked in the factory then. They still sound great being pushed by an old Marantz amp. Cosmetically they look rough, but ok for my garage.

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