My wife and I are trustees of the Klipsch Heritage Museum Of Audio History so it is a cause very close to us. They are offering the very first pair of museum edition Klipschorns. These are very special as the veneer is unique and it incorporates the latest Klipschorn updates. All proceeds go to the Klipsch Heritage Museum Of Audio History.
Jim Hunter purchased a Vitavox Klipschorn around 2002 but it got lost. They thought it was lost in shipping but instead lost in the Klipsch catacombs. During a Klipsch factory cleanup Roy Delgado found the mystery crate and sent it to the Klipsch Museum Of Audio History across the street. I was lucky enough to be on site helping Jim Hunter with a few things at the museum.
Roy Delgado and the team in Hope, AR treat the Klipschorn with the utmost respect and changes do not come without much thought. WWPWKD? This new Klipschorn in production since the 40’s is having some pretty amazing improvments. Check out the changes at the Klipsch site.