Did you ever buy something new or think about something new, then look for a great forum for assistance? Lurk around or register as a newbie? Sure, we all have.
You are thinking about Klipsch or bought your first set . . . .
As a newbie you find the AVS "Klipsch Owners Thread." You don't read the posts from beginning of end to see if it is any good; you read from the last post backwards . . ."
What is that newbie going read in the last 5, 6, 7+ pages? Is that newbie going to say, "Wow! Found an awesome thread dedicated to the audio video SCIENCE of Klipsch speakers.". Uh . . . No.
We are on the path of wrecking a great thread . . . anybody notice people have disappeared because the and fewer and. Fewer are posting, even formerly established members?
I find myself reading more on the Klipsch threads on audiokarma, than even here.
If this is thread is going to be Fakebook or all about home theater, it is turning into a giant waste of time, except for those a few who want to treat it like Fakebook and any topic goes.
Are we going to be about a Klipsch speakers, and encourage each other to start a different thread when we get OFF topic? Or is this the "If you happen to own a Klipsch speaker, come on here and post anything you want, just like Fakebook" thread?
We sure are proving how to wreck a thread. It is our thread, and if we keep on this path . . . There will be fewer who take it seriously. But, if that is what is desired . . .
Can we get back to KLIPSCH?
What Would PWK do?
Thanks, Tasdom, for trying and posting something about speakers to try to get us back on track . . . awesome score on the RS7s!
PS . . . In lieu of a TU, if you support this post . . . Just drop what PWK would call extraneous BS, and talk speakers. . . . OK?
Edited by Rhetor - 8/18/13 at 6:43am