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I had an accident and my Klipsch KV3 Center Channel fell off my stand and is now not working correctly. I ordered a used KV3 off ebay but i have to return it because it distorts. I needs help with some recommendations for a replacement. Here is my setup.


Klipsch Epic Series 2 Mains

Klipsch KG1.5 Rears

Klipsch KV3 Center

Klipsch 10" Sub

Yamaha Receiver 110wx5

20x20 HT Room


Thanks in advance for you suggestions!


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The best match to an Epic CF-2 is a KV-4. I don't know how close the current offerings will match.


What's wrong with your KV-3? Perhaps it can be fixed?
 

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Only the Tweeter is working, it fell onto my sons play mat and dented the rear corner of the speaker (after it swung into my DLP) I will try and take out the speakers and see if there is anything noticeably wrong.


I would love to find a KV-4, i wish i would have bought that center at my time of purchase.
 

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Could just be a loose connection on the crossover or something.
 

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If you can confirm that, you may be able to find a replacement woofer on the Klipsch forum. Maybe Bob Crites.
 

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I got a call back from a tech a Klipsch. He ran me though some trouble shooting to narrow down my problem. After pulling out the woofers and hooking up some old car stereo speakers i found the crossover was fine. I then hooked up the woofers directly to my receiver and determined that they are bad. Now i just have to order replacements tomorrow and hopefully everything will be back to normal. Klipsch support rocks... I have had some horrible tech support recently calls and other companies should take note, Klipsch has they sh$t together.
 

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Great!
 
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