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Klipsch Image One (II): Replacement Hinge
saxophonegirl_81 This product is absolute genius. :) The only thing that could make this product better, would be an installation video or how to/step-by-step infographic. This item is FANTASTIC. It is MUCH more solid that the hollow piece of plastic Klipsch uses for their hinges. I am probably going to buy another hinge and just replace the other unbroken hinge while I'm at it. You saved me so much time, effort and money. I have the wired version as well. Just be mindful of the cords like everyone else has stated and keep the cup folded. After than, don't be afraid to use pressure to get that pin in. Once it's in, your golden.


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