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About gimes

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  1. Price drop. I'll give it another couple weeks on the forums here, then give the mainstream sites a shot.
  2. Best offers will be considered. Forgot to put that in the original listing.
  3. You know, Billy, we could just start a co-op to use each other's gear whenever instead of selling it to one another!?!? HAHA If you're interested, though, I can't think of anyone else I'd rather have enjoying these beauties!!
  4. Original Boxes, all documents, Perfect Condition. They have about 250-300 hrs on them, so you don't even need to break them in. I am willing to drive up to 400 miles from Charleston if need be, but a date will have to be arranged as my schedule is a bit tricky. These speakers are wonderful, but I had to make a decision between these and my California Black Walnut editions. No need to keep them both, unfortunately. Thanks for looking!
  5. Well, when you put it like that... I've seen a lot of CD players from the early years that just don't have the ability to play a newer CD, for whatever reason. My amazement was more about how well-performing the 7000 was than the fact that it sounded better than the IPod. But yeah, point taken. Looking back... haha
  6. I looked into it more and already decided on the 64II. Now to find the right one.
  7. I recently acquired some vintage Mac gear for my bedroom, and it blows my mind how good the MCD7000 sounds. This player was made in 1985 and still has the chops to produce unbelievable sound. I compared the sound of the CD to the same song on my IPod and it wasn't even close. The only button on the remote that works is the Play button, but that was kind of expected. Big thanks to the guys at mcintoshcabinets.com for their outstanding work. Money well spent. Thought I'd share a couple pics. The MA6200 Integrated is pushing my 70th Anniv. Heresy's.
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    Yeah, NV is not gonna happen. Unfortunately. Thanks, though.
  9. What about an RC-62II?
  10. Ok, thanks fellas. Pretty unanimous response so far, thats good to hear. I was focusing on matching the elevation speakers to the center, and didn't think about the fronts. Thats why these forums are so valuable!
  11. Natural finish. Here's a stock photo.
  12. I'm currently running RF-7II fronts with Atmos Elevation speakers on top of those and an SVS sub. All running off a Marantz SR5010. I'm looking to add a center channel. Is the RP-450CA vastly different from say, the RP-450C?? If the Atmos Elevations can be used as normal rear surrounds, can the Atmos center also be used normal center? I feel like I'm asking really dumb questions here, but I've found myself stuck between committing to an Atmos setup and still wanting to have the flexibility to use my gear however makes sense for the room. Does it make sense to have my setup as is, with the addition of a center but without rear surrounds? I'm tempted to just buy an RP-250C and use the Elevations as rears. Any insight would be appreciated as I don't have a whole lot of depth to my Atmos knowledge. Thanks!!
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