Sunday, October 20, 2019

Klipsch Museum 1st Educational Event

This was the first of what will hopefully be an annual event. Roy Delgado gave talks and demos to illustrate why PWK did what he did and why they still follow his example and standard. We don't have PWK anymore but Roy Delgado follows his principles and expands on what PWK that was the future of speaker development.
https://www.klipschmuseum.org/
I must have asked Roy a stupid question and gave him a headache. On the left is the mighty Jubilee and on the right the recently upgraded Cornwall 4. 
Roy shared data on how he develops crossovers but not the skunk works side of things. Crossovers are where DIY fails IMO and he just illustrated how complex they can become with so many moving parameters. 
This is part of the class with what looks like some new ported Heresy 4's.  Honestly I am still amazed there is still room for improvement in the Heritage line. I can with all honesty say the Heritage line has never been stronger and it will be one to watch for future developments. Bravo Roy and Klipsch.
A little piece of old history PWK and Roy's K403 with the new Cornwall 4 underneath..


 It was always the museums goal to have education be one of the most important aspects of the museum. This was just a start of more to come.
 This is where Jim Hunter gave a lengthy history on Paul W Klipsch. It was superb. I always learn something new when I go to Hope.

 Thank you Jim Hunter, Roy Delgado, and Travis Williamson.


Jim Hunter and the popular "They Sound OK" t-shirt. 

 Don't go for a walk in the woods on the old proving grounds 8-)

2 comments:

  1. I had the pleasure to meet Roy Delgado when the Jubilee was presented. He´s a great guy!!!

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