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  1. Yep, all this guy does is post Ebay links to deals that aren’t deals lol affiliated?
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    RF-7’s $300

    Only $300 in California. Condition is a little rough. No affiliation https://www.ebay.com/itm/Klipsch-RF-7-Floor-standing-Speakers-fair-Good-Condition-Pair/283600811959?hash=item4207ecf7b7:g:2tcAAOSwBbBda8ML
  3. Price isn’t great but I know some guys are looking for them and they don’t pop up too often. No affiliation https://www.usaudiomart.com/details/649548373-klipsch-palladium-series-p-17b-speakers-merlot-original-owner/
  4. Good prices on stuff that looks well taken care of. Nice find
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    La Scala II or AL5

    I haven’t heard the AL-5’s so I can’t comment on the difference. I’m sure they’re a little better, but I can’t see 5k better. I think you could spend your money better elsewhere. Audio is all subjective anyways. What one thinks is more detailed may seem bright or fatiguing to someone else. Klipsch B stock that I’ve seen you’d never know it other than a sticker on the back. It would lower resale value a little down the road though. I’d have zero problem with demos as long as there are no scuffs. They should still carry warranty, although I’ve never needed warranty on a speaker. Personally I’d have a real hard time justifying the price difference between the demos and others mentioned. Just my .02
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    La Scala II or AL5

    Example, here’s a post I started back in March where they had LSII’s for 2199 each with free shipping.
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    La Scala II or AL5

    This forum has a bad habit of being nasty to new members. Especially in Ted’s first post he came here looking for information on some expensive speakers. I’ve bought plenty of 12k speakers, but I’ve never paid close to 12k for them. Everyone here knows if you buy a new pair of LSII’s at full retail and it didn’t work out in your room. You’d struggle to get half back a few months later. This is a hobby for most of us and we’re constantly changing gear. Nothing wrong with looking for a deal, as we all do. I feel op’s (abrasive) response was based on responses he got. His first post was very polite. Welcome to the forum and best of luck with your search. Adorama has blown out LSII’s heavily discounted in the past. You’ll find a great deal if your patient.
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    Epic CF-3’s $500

    No affiliation https://www.usaudiomart.com/details/649541175-klipsch-epic-cf-3/
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    Unfortunately local deals are rare. As long as you use PayPal (never friends and family) You’re covered. Paying any way other than cash or PayPal you’re asking to get taken advantage of. Scammers won’t use PayPal because they protect you.
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    Lascalas and McIntosh

    I thought so. The amp alone is worth around the asking price. You could probably sell the electronics and end up with a free pair of La scalas
  11. Whole package seems pretty reasonable. No affiliation. I’d check it out if I wasn’t on the opposite side of the country. https://www.usaudiomart.com/details/649525155-klipsch-la-scala-mc-intosh-mc-2205-adcom-gtp500-yamaha-eq500u-etc-system/
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    EPIC CF-3 $600 in AR

    No affiliation https://www.usaudiomart.com/details/649530160-klipsch-epic-cf3/
  13. They’re not allowed to advertise that cheap. I read of multiple guys online that picked them up and they were RF7III’s.
  14. Fry’s has what’s reported as the Klipsch RF7III’s for $1079 each. Currently free shipping but they tend to take that away once they sell enough. https://www.frys.com/product/9903986?site=sr%3ASEARCH%3AMAIN_RSLT_PG&clickid=3NVwceV8pQXiVOUz57y7uRXiUkl35Ay1I07bws0
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