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Garage Sale Gems: Heresy

June 30, 2014 - We’re not gonna lie. Even though the Klipsch Heresy is the most affordable of the Heritage Series of vintage speakers, it's not for penny-pinchers. No wonder. Each one is hand-crafted to order in Hope, Arkansas with the finest materials and thus requires a little bit more from the ol’ paycheck. But they’re worth it. Noted audiophile and professional reviewer Steven Guttenberg calls the Heresy III a “a rock'n'roller's dream speaker” in a Stereophile editorial. He lavished even more... (Read More)

Iconic Music Couples: Muses for Better or Worse

Iconic Music Couples: Muses for Better or Worse

July 03, 2014 - When Paul W. Klipsch began his quest for live music in his living room, the person seated beside him in that room was his wife, Belle. It has been said that behind every great man is a great woman... (Read More)

Good Poop: Meet Jim Hunter - Klipsch Historian

Good Poop: Meet Jim Hunter - Klipsch Historian

October 02, 2014 - Listen up… In the world of audio technology, there are pseudo-superstars, false prophets, and those who claim to be golden ears – but there is no comparison to the straight engineering and... (Read More)

Good Poop: What is it?

Good Poop: What is it?

October 09, 2014 - The title of our blog series speaks to me on several levels. A Google search (be very careful there...) suggests the word “poop” is optionally defined as: Noun, slang relevant information,... (Read More)

Good Poop: PWK as Heil Mentor

Good Poop: PWK as Heil Mentor

October 23, 2014 - Bob Heil and Heil Sound were clearly at the forefront of the modern touring sound industry. The four-channel system for The Who’s Quadrophenia, and the Heil Talk Box (can you say Frampton?), are... (Read More)

Defining the Klipsch Sound

Defining the Klipsch Sound

October 27, 2014 - How do you define Klipsch sound? Crisp highs, deep bass and a full, encompassing sound? That’s a good start, but it doesn’t completely answer the question. Mark Casavant, Sr. VP of Global... (Read More)

Made in America: An Introduction

Made in America: An Introduction

October 29, 2014 - “Made in America” is a phrase these days that few companies have the ability to say. American engineers, craftsmen and builders construct some of the finest-quality products ever made. Heck,... (Read More)

Good Poop: Worker's Comp - The 2nd Day

Good Poop: Worker's Comp - The 2nd Day

November 06, 2014 - On Monday, October 2, 1978, I started working for Klipsch and Associates. On Tuesday I was introduced to the “on-boarding” program, which at that time included actually building a Klipschorn... (Read More)

Made in America: WOODCHUCK

Made in America: WOODCHUCK

November 13, 2014 - Nothing says craftsmanship like the smell of fresh cut wood. And nothing says America like applying that wood to everyday items like your cell phone case, laptop or even a whiskey flask. As part of... (Read More)

Good Poop: Captain Klipsch

Good Poop: Captain Klipsch

November 21, 2014 - An error in my biography of Belle Klipsch led to a connection with her nephew, John Zanca! John cleared me up on the spelling of her maiden name, and that is very much appreciated. As I stated in the... (Read More)