EDIT 05/13/12 @ 5:00pm EDT
ClaudeJ1 had a working K77. My other son left Claude's 30 minutes earlier with the tweeter. Thank you Claude.
Also, thanks go out to Bob Crites for an exchange of emails near midning last night. If Claude hadn't provided the available K77, Bob would have helped to get it done prior to Wednesday's departure.
As described in another thread (http://forums.klipsch.com/forums/p/160982/1709002.aspx#1709002) I'm putting together as system as a graduation present for our son. At 28, after 4 years in the Army and a tour in Afghanistan, he's graduating Sunday from George Washington University.
In the final moments of refurbishing the Heresy speakers to take to our son's graduation, I discovered the voice coil in one of the tweeters has failed. They both worked when previously tested, but when I buttoned everything up, one tweeter was out. It's an open circuit. It registers no resistance on a DVM. I opened it up. Even with the probes touching the leads as close as possible to the voice coil there's no current passing. I've lost count of the number of K77s/T35s I've repaired, so when I say the voice coil is shot, it's shot.
We're leaving on Wednesday to drive to DC for the GWU graduation on Sunday. I really don't want to present him with a broken speaker.
I know it's a long shot, but does any Southeast Michigan area forum member have any of the following that I could buy from you:
a voice coil for a K77/T35;
a pair of CT125s; or
another suggestion to get the speakers operational ASAP?