Summary: I worked in a "record store" in the late 80's. We sold the Klipsch lineup. I was just a teenager, and would marvel at the K-Horns in the brochures. We never ordered any unfortunately. A guy came in and said he needed money, wanted to sell his 1976 K-Horns.
Summary: I started with Heresy's after passing on ESS AMT-1's and JBL 100's. When CD's were introduced in the early 80's I upgraded to Klipsch Cornwalls. I've always wanted a pair of K-Horns. They were the best speaker I've ever heard. I got my dream come true last month.
Summary: Truthfully, for what these speakers can do in the right environment, the price is actually great. Purchased mine through Acoustic Sound Design (www.acousticsounddesign.com). Great transaction. The dynamic range on these speakers is phenomenal.
Summary: I'm glad that this site is still in existence. What a service to everyone. There used to be well over 100 reviews offered here about the Klipschorn! I wonder what happened. I was first introduced to the amazing Klipschorn in 1972 and have had so many pairs of them and then selling them for one...
Excerpt: As I have grown older through the years, I have changed my taste in music. With the change in taste also came a change in my stereo equipment. You can can talk about distortion and frequency response but when it comes right down to it, its the speaker that will eventually make or break a system.