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    RF-7 Fronts
    RC-7 Center
    RS-7 Surrounds
    RB-75 Rears
    SVS PB12 Plus/2 Sub
    Emotiva XPA-2
    Emotiva XPA-5
    Emotiva UMC-200
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  1. I have a pair of RB75s currently being used in my family room as my front L/R. Bought them with my RF7s quite some time ago for rear duty in my 7.1 system at the time. I have not heard the 600s. Sent from my SM-G988U using Tapatalk
  2. I did consider the possibility of the RC7's in place of the RB75's. Toying with the idea of using the RC7s as heights. Surely overkill, but would be super fun to play around with. Sent from my SM-G988U using Tapatalk
  3. Someone already jumped on them, only listed for 3 hrs! Sent from my SM-G988U using Tapatalk
  4. Appreciate the heads up. The search continues... Sent from my SM-G988U using Tapatalk
  5. Agreed, I have not coordinated freight shipping. Attempting to get quotes on packing and shipping services to see if feasible. Greatly appreciate the community here looking out! Sent from my SM-G988U using Tapatalk
  6. I am in Central IA, and willing to travel! Sent from my SM-G988U using Tapatalk
  7. Looking for pair of RF-7 (any finish, any version) and RB75 (any finish). No damaged woofers/tweeters/crossovers please. I am ok with some cosmetic wear to cabinets, expected to some degree given the age of the originals. Thanks! Sent from my SM-G988U using Tapatalk
  8. I was afraid of that. Sent from my SM-G988U using Tapatalk
  9. Can anyone recommend a more current bookshelf as a suitable substitute to the RB75?
  10. Hey Gorm, have these ever been mounted? Why part with them? I am in the Des Moines area and would be interested. Any chance you have a need for a pair of RS7's? I was considering going with the RB75's for my rears and side surrounds since I don't have the room to do RF7's all the way around.
  11. New construction under way, plan is for an AT screen in my theater area and while the RC7 has served me well so far, I would love to get my hands on another RF7 Classic to use as my center channel.
  12. Thanks for the screen suggestions. I was hoping to go for something in the 130" range, preferrably a curved screen but if the price is prohibative then obviously would go with the more traditional route. My initial desire was for a 2.35:1 screen, but with so few blu-rays being delivered in that format I will probably go with something more traditional. I was hoping to stay under $2k for the screen. I will have 9' ceilings in the basement where my theater area will be.
  13. thanks for the feedback SuBXeRo. I really don't want to have to give up the RS7s/RB75s either. You think a coffered ceiling with speakers mounted high would offer up that enveloping surround sound?
  14. I had originally posted in the Archetecural thread, but the traffic there seems pretty light. I was hoping perhaps the pro's here on this forum could assist me in planning out my home theater. Our new home is scheduled to begin construction here in the next few weeks and I am having a hard time figuring out what I want to do insofar as speaker placement in my home theater, the room is not exactly par for the course for a theater room. I am curious if it would make more sense to try to get in ceiling rears/surrounds or try to have something done insofar as adding beams or a coffered ceiling or something to mount the surrounds and rears. My front soundstage I intend to mount behind an accoustically transparent screen. Attached are the floor plans for the open theater room. The dim's on the diagonal wall are not final, they will be more set in stone as we go. (hopefully the link worked) LINK
  15. Hello, I was hoping perhaps the pro's here on this forum could assist me in planning out my home theater. Our new home is scheduled to begin construction here in the next few weeks and I am having a hard time figuring out what I want to do insofar as speaker placement in my home theater, the room is not exactly par for the course for a theater room. I am curious if it would make more sense to try to get in ceiling rears/surrounds or try to have something done insofar as adding beams or a coffered ceiling or something to mount the surrounds and rears. My front soundstage I intend to mount behind an accoustically transparent screen. Attached are the floor plans for the open theater room. The dim's on the diagonal wall are not final, they will be more set in stone as we go. (hopefully the link worked) LINK Any help you can offer up is most appreciated!
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