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    Mains; RF-7iii 1, Rears; RF-7iii, Center; RC-64iii, Surrounds; 502s, Atmos 500sa, Denon AVR-8500h receiver & Dual SVS PB-16 Ultra subwoofer.

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  1. sabeous

    What I Got Today!

    Here is a photo with the flash on - should help. I have a Sony VPL-VW1100ES projector and a Stewart G3 110” screen.
  2. sabeous

    What I Got Today!

    I upgraded my Epic system to the RF-7iii system and thought I would share a few photos. The front two and rear two mains are RF-7iii’s, the center is an RC-64iii, 502s surrounds, 500sa Atmos speakers and two PB-16 ultra’s for bass management. Powered by a Denon 8500 receiver.
  3. Wait - these haven’t sold yet? I love the Epic line - love the CF-4 - Version 1 is amazing...keep me mind if a local person doesn’t want them. So painful for me to see these haven’t already sold!
  4. sabeous

    ATMOS 7.1.2 or 5.1.4

    That is a tough question. I have run a 5.1, 7.1 and now run a 7.1.4 setup. I wish I had wired my room differently - to my knowledge Denon’s 8500 receiver offers the most discreet channels with 7.2.6 - they have Atmos above the side surrounds to complete the 6 channels used by Atmos. I personally believe that the 5.1.4 channel will produce a better balanced sound. Your rear surrounds will act like a height speaker since they are suspended - so why not take advantage of that angle and go with Atmos? Depending on your receiver - the processing power should do a nice job of blending in the rear so it is as full and rich as possible. Hope that helps - good luck with your build out!
  5. sabeous

    Klipsch 140SA Ebony for sale - SOLD

    Thanks for the help - love this forum. Photos added! Merry Christmas.
  6. sabeous

    Klipsch 140SA Ebony for sale - SOLD

    Those are different speakers. The 41SA is the cheaper version sold at Best Buy and Fry’s. The 14SA was their top of the line version. Most web sites have these on sale in the mid 300’s to $400. It is unfortunate that they both use a “1,4” in their model number - makes it easy to confuse them. Their best version today is the 500SA.
  7. sabeous

    Klipsch 140SA Ebony for sale - SOLD

    Tried to add a photo - not sure how to get it under 2mb. Where did you see them listed at that price?
  8. I have one pair of 140sa speakers in ebony that I purchased new. Changing my system so I won’t need these. Asking $250. Can send photos if you are interested. Located in Seattle WA.
  9. I spoke with the seller today - they are gone.
  10. These are amazing speakers - and it is relatively easy to make this pair shine like new. Good luck in your sale - worth every penny.
  11. Thanks again - appreciate your willingness to ship these.
  12. sabeous

    WTB: Single CF-4 version 1

    Looking for a single CF-4 version 1. Would strongly prefer cherry, walnut or satin black. I have heard of a few of these being available in the past but have never seen one post. I’ll pay for shipping and top dollar for it.
  13. sabeous

    WTB: CF-4, Version 1, Cherry $2k

    I have found a number of scammers who take photos of the internet - but no one yet that has a legitimate set of these for sale. I might have missed the pair in little rock - too late. Keep me in mind please if a cherry cf-4 version 1 needs a home.
  14. sabeous

    Cherry CF-4 for $1500 (Sauk Village, IL)

    The ports look like a series 2 or 3. Too bad they didn’t put a photo up of the serial number.
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