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Speaker Restorations

Greg Roberts
Baxter, Tennessee, USA
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I used to do quite a bit of restoration work on speakers, especially on Khorns, and I loved the work.  But these days I'm very busy building Klipsch Upgrades and new Volti speakers, so there's just no time for restorations anymore.



If you're looking for information about how to do your own veneering, the "FL" Khorn and the "M" Korn photo-essays will provide the most detail.  I'm happy to keep this detailed information here on my website for you.  Best of luck with your project, and I don't mind receiving a picture of the end result in my inbox!




Here Are links to some of my past restoration projects





Much improved in every way
You can view the project webpage here:
JBL Century L100








A beautiful Khorn restoration
You can view the project webpage here:
Volti Audio - 2015 Klipsch Khorn Restoration








Kawazinga Khorns with the very best upgrades available for the ultimate in Khorn sound quality.
Are these the best sounding Khorns in the world?
You can view the project webpage here:
Adams Kawazinga Khorns








Tineo Khorns with the very best upgrades available for the ultimate in Khorn sound quality.
Are these the best sounding Khorns in the world?
You can view the project webpage here:
"FL" Khorn Speakers 2009






I finally got to restore my own pair of Khorns!
Koa with Cane grills, and the very best upgrades available for the ultimate in Khorn sound quality.
You can view the project webpage here:
"GR" Khorn Speakers 2008






Here's a pair of Khorns that I re-veneered in rosewood, finished the backs,
put new grill cloth on, and upgraded components.
These beauties were shipped to Moscow, Russia in 2007.
You can view the project webpage here:
"M" Klipschorn Speakers 2007






Here's another Khorn project - Rosewood with cane!
You can view the project webpages here:
"T" Klipschorn Speakers 2005






Khorns and Custom La Scala Center Channel - 2008
You can view the project webpages here:
"NJ" Klipschorn Speakers 2008






Here's a pair of Heresy speakers with Rosewood veneer
You can view the project webpage here:
Rosewood Heresy Speakers




Here's a unique La Scala restoration.
These were shipped to England.
You can view the project webpage here:
La Scala Restoration
This same webpage also documents the work on two other pairs of La Scalas
that were shipped to San Diego for a custom home theater.




Here's an unusual finish for a pair of Heresy speakers.
Heavy cherry stain with satin black grill frames that I designed to mimic the old Klipsch Shorthorn.
You can view the project webpage here:
Cherry Heresy Photos






Tineo Heresy speakers
You can view the project webpage here:
Tineo Heresy Speakers




Ribbon Stripe Mahogany Heresy speakers
You can view the project webpage here:
Ribbon Stripe Mahogany Heresy Speakers








Links to older restorations:

Rosewood Klipschorn Speakers


Zebrawood Heresy Speakers


Zebrawood Klipsch Cornwall Speakers


JBL L100 and 4311 Speakers






How much do I charge to restore a pair of Khorns?

Click Here For Restoration Cost Information




Volti Audio - Klipsch Khorn V-Trac Upgrades and Restoration