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  1. Rockhound is a very solid guy.....straight shooter...no BS.....you can deal with confidence! I'm not sure if there's anything else in the Klipsch line that would give you the shear output and solid performance, for the money! I have the KP-450's, which are very similar (the 510 horns here are superior), and they rock! For the money, you could buy some Chorus's or LS's, which in my opinion don't come close to my 450's or Rockhounds 904 setup. Get 'em while you can! Hogfan
  2. I've had two pairs of Quartet's over the years......paid around $350 - $400 for each pair.....both pair I would grade around an 7.5-8.0 out of 10. Quartet's are very good speakers.....the little brother to the Forte II. To my ears, there is only a small step down from FII's to the Q's. If they are in good condition, they are worth $400 plus easily. Given that FII's seem to be selling for well north of $500 these days...upwards of $700 or so, the Q's for $400-$500 (if in good shape) are a good buy. I think there is a much bigger jump from Heresy's to Q's, than from Q's to FII's......performance wise. Just my opinion. Hogfan
  3. Dave, You are spot on! I’ve had Forte II’s, Cornwall’s and LaScalas......and they all take a back seat to the KP 450’s! If the 456’s are better than the 450’s, I may need to pick these up. Hogfan
  4. Jerry is a great guy! I've bought and sold multiple items from/to him over the past couple of years. I've been downsizing from the pro audio gear, but now giving this some thought. I have the KP-450's.....very sweet speakers! I'm contemplating..... Hogfan
  5. The RB-75's are very sweet speakers, especially for a bookshelf speaker. I have had RF-7's and RB-35's as well. I've never had nor listened to the RB-5's. To my ears, the 75's are one step up from the 35's, and two steps down from the 7's. If you want/need the extra oomph, bypass the 75's and find some 7's. If you are set on a bookshelf, the 75's may be hard to beat. But, they still seem to be drawing anywhere from $500-$700. The 35's can be found for around $200 or so. So, if the 35's will provide 90%+ of what the 75's provide in performance, are the 75's really worth 3X of what the 35's cost? To some, absolutely they are worth the extra $. For me, possibly, but the jury is still out...... Hogfan
  6. I’m looking for a good pair of RF7 II’s at a reasonable price, preferably in Arkansas. Please let me know if you have a pair you would like to sell. Thanks! Hogfan
  7. It wasn't me. I could not get away from the office as quick as I wanted to, and by the time I checked in with the seller, they had already sold. I certainly did not need them, but that has not stopped me before. I'm guessing one of our central AR "flippers" picked them up. They'll probably show up soon at a price around $2K. I guess there are way too many uninformed buyers around to cut down on this. Hogfan
  8. I'm heading over shortly to look at them......if I pick them up, I'll certainly report back. Thanks! Hogfan
  9. I have no experience with that model Crown, but they make great products. I have both GX-3 and GX-5 from QSC......great amps for the money! My GX-3 is running my KP-450's in my cave. It runs them with authority.....deep and clean! Hogfan
  10. Guys, thank you all for your interest in these speakers. Unfortunately, I will not ship them. Further, at this time they are no longer for sale. Hogfan
  11. Opus, It was good to meet you today. I’m glad you made it back home and were able to get the LS’s hooked up. This is what I like best about this forum..... getting the oppty to meet good folks like you. Hogfan
  12. Yes, a forum member is scheduled to pick them up on Thursday. I will keep you posted. Thank you all again.....What a great forum with some fantastic members! Hogfan
  13. Guys, thanks for your interest, but sale is pending for the pair. Hogfan
  14. Come on guys.....somebody out there needs a big boy garage/shop setup! These squash LS's like they don't exist. I also have another pair of the 362's, if you are interested in going all in.......that would be 4 of the 362's and a pair of the 682's. Hogfan
  15. Dave, I think you need 4 LS's at THEE OSU.....can never have too many! Hogfan
  16. Thanks for the interest thus far and the kind words.....this is such a great forum. Good folks on here! Hogfan
  17. Up for sale is a pair Klipsch KP 362’s and a pair of Klipsch KP 682’s. Great speakers for garage or shop area. The 362 is wedge shaped and similar in specs to the Klipsch KP301. The 682 is a dual 18” subwoofer, with handles and wheels for easy moving. This is a killer combo! $1,300. Pick up only in Little Rock, AR. Go Hogs! Hogfan
  18. Up for sale is a matching pair of Klipsch Lascala’s. They are black with AL-3 networks. They perform as they should. They do have a few bumps and bruises......I’d rate them about 7/10 in appearance. With a little work, they could be in pristine condition. $900. Pick up only in Little Rock, AR. Go Hogs! Hogfan
  19. Thank you for the compliment! I had come across a lot of good info about these speakers, so when I had an oppty to jump on these....I did. I went with the red/black because I use them at Razorback football tailgate events. They sound fantastic.....and their new facelift ain't bad either.....they turn heads! Hogfan
  20. They had the original grill cloth on them, which had holes and tears throughout. The only metal grill is down on the woofer. I just replaced the original cloth was something I found at Parts Express. The paint is actually Duratex that I had them tent to the specific red.....Go Hogs!!! I also have a pair of KP 450's and these little 301's do a dang good job of keeping up.....mostly! Hogfan
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