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Remember this ad campaign? One for the ages.
Who am I to question an ad concept from the archives, but really ? We've come a long way, baby , dude.
Printed September 1960. I was minus 10.
For fans of Klipsch, there is no answer to this question. You simply find a way. I received the following email from one such fan who knew what it meant as early as 10 years old. Thank you, Mark, for reminding us all of why we do what we do! Hello and...
From the classic 1970s brochure...still relevant after 30+ years? You decide. Oh No! Not again! Yes, it seems that every year someone "re-invents" one of the discarded speakers designs of the past. Or they purort it to modify the laws of physics...
From 1954 . "For fine sound reproduction." The fancy photoshopped background is mine, from today.
This vintage ad circulated around the same time I was learning to walk and eat solid foods. I'm posting it today not only because it's cool, but because I happened to virtually bump into one of the men responsible for its creation. I know many...
I love this vintage dealer supplement (ugh, I can't believe I just called something from the 80's "vintage") titled "Good Poop On Who's Using Klipsch." Especially the small inset on the back titled "A Little Poop About...
One more groovy ad for the road. This time we have our program management manager, Tom, in the role of Kilroy .
Another politically incorrect ad from the 2005 VMA awards. Thanks again to Professor "Vanna White" Thump for the lovely modeling work.
January, 1957: I just love these old ads. You can view a larger version on our Flickr page . Have a great weekend, everyone!
June 11th was a big day for the Klipsch marketing department, with our first ever full page ad taken out in USA Today to coincide with the big TV signal switch. The focus was on our outstanding sounding and outstandingly priced HD Theater 500 system,...
LaScala ad published in Rolling Stone's Audio Supplement, 1975, which featured the Paul Klipsch interview:
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