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  1. I hope it is a good deal. Don't like the neutral feedback he gave you. I had black satin KLF-30's. Took K-horns to get me to sell them. Now they are center channels for a fellow forum member.

    That B@$turd! He replied to an email I sent him via the feedback...dumm@$$ dip$h!t....

    I've called and left him several messages with NO replies at all to any of my emails, either. I may have to make a trip up there just to kick his stoopid @$$!

    Please pardon the ranting...I had 100% feedback until now...over a course of 9 years!

  2. I have a pair of well-cared for black KLF-10 loudspeakers I purchased new in 1997. They have some minor scratches on a couple of the edges where the black is worn off to the wood, but no gouges or cracks. They have never been abused and are sonically excellent. I have the original boxes, albeit they are pretty beat up. $450.00 OBO, local pickup in southern MD (St. Mary's County). Will only ship in exceptional circumstances.

  3. I agree with DrWho; it sounds suspiciously like a wire short. I can't believe no protection circuit blew before you fried the channel....

    I have the RF-83s as well; you will be hard pressed to hurt them at any level below immediate deafness...

  4. I hope you haven't paid this guy for those klf's yet. His feedback reeks. This one smells like carp..

    Looks like the guy has a serious problem with contacting both buyers and sellers.

    Read up in this thread...

  5. Neil Diamond. Play Me: The Complete Uni Studio Recordings...Plus! MCA Records, 2002.

    Whoever is responsible for cleaning up these original recordings did a fantastic job! Background noise is practically non-existent for older recordings! This collection contains many of Neil's non-hits, but all are excellent. There are a few standards, such as "Cracklin' Rosie", "Brother Love's Traveling Salvation Show", "I am, I Said", "Play Me", "Holly Holy" and "Sweet Caroline"

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