Problem With My Klipsch Quintet Micro Speakers

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  1. AdamGinsberg

    AdamGinsberg Auditioning

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    I'm sure anyone who has the Klipsch Quintet Micro Theater knows what problem I speak of. After time, the speaker begins to sag down towards the table I've got it resting on. You try to adjust the feet, but that just makes things worse. Klipsch decided not to include any manual or tool for solving this problem. Has anyone experienced this? And whatever can I do?
     
  2. AdamGinsberg

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    Anyone know the deal?
     
  3. felix_suwarno

    felix_suwarno Screenwriter

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  4. AdamGinsberg

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    They're home theater speakers?
     
  5. AdamGinsberg

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    So no one has these speakers?
     
  6. alan fallert

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    You should have got a allen wrench in you owners manual with your speakers. On the back of the bracket, you will see 2 small holes, inside of these holes are the allen screws, you need to tighten them up. Dont go real tight could strip them.My quintets have needed tighting up a few times themselves.If you need a allen wrench maby klipsch will send you one, or take the speaker to a store and try to find the right one.
     

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