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  1. Hi, Im helping a friend with his home theater room and he has a high end pair of Klipsh loudspeakers. They are about 12 years old, I don't know the model number, but they have horn midrange drivers. The problem is they sound great for movies, but are way to "bright" for his musical taste. The question is can we add a volume control or some type of attenuator to just the horn driver? We would like to be able to tone it down for music, but return it to normal for movies. Any suggestions would be appreciated. Thanks.