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  1. Bump - Will sell RB-61's separate if someone is interested in those please make an offer
  2. 5.1 Klipsch System for Sale in Vinton Virginia. Fronts are RF-63's, center RC-64, surrounds RB-61, and sub R12SW. The RF-63's have very minor wear on the tops from previous owner moving them. All other speakers are in mint condition. Email or text for pictures. Will find a way to compress they are all over 2MB 540-5eight9-3914
  3. When I add 2 subs to the mix is the bass or quality from the 7s even noticeable or worth the cost difference? Sent from my SM-G920V using Tapatalk
  4. Hey everyone my current setup is a 5.1 rf63s Rc64 Rb61 Klipsch 12 inch sub baseline that I'll upgrade later to a diy My question is how big a change is the 63s to a newer pair of the 7s. Local friend looking to sell his 7 for $1350 which seems like a great deal. I like that my current setup has all matching size woofers not sure if that matters at all. So is it a significant difference and how is the price? Roughly 50/50 ht and music. Thanks, Jeff Sent from my SM-G920V using Tapatalk
  5. I was asking about the towers and will definitely check out your builds there. This is definitely something on my future projects list. Sent from my SM-G920V using Tapatalk
  6. Thank you everyone for the opinions and your help, got a message about a 115sw for a good price with warranty delivered to the door. Going to listen to one at the Crutchfield an hour from me. Want to have the Klipsch look for now. Will eventually do a diy when I have a larger house and build a whole setup. Curious if anyone does diy on tower speakers not just subs here. I have seen most diy on subs so far but haven't searched hard yet. Sent from my SM-G920V using Tapatalk
  7. Would love to DIY a few different speakers in the future. Would like to build a whole HT setup with a projector, hang the surrounds and rears on the wall, etc when I move. Don't currently have the space for duel 18's! But I can dream for now.
  8. What did it cost to get it repaired? I do a lot of DIY in other areas so may be up to working on the sub if needed. (Currently work on a Nissan Xterra offroad mods and car sound system, build furniture, etc so eventually would like to get into it with audio also) I do like the RSW look as well, the full 15 inch copper drive almost seems a bit much. Plus with the 63's, 64, and 61's they are all 6.5inch copper and I think that looks good with the RSW actually.
  9. Are these still something your considering selling? I go to NY periodically to visit family...Curious if they were for sale finish color and price.
  10. IbizaFlame, thanks for the quick response. What makes the difference between the RSW-15 and the newer counterpart? Assuming simply higher quality components and construction. I've seen Youthman's home theater setup and it looks awesome! It seems like all of the speakers have improved in quality with the recent lineup however the subwoofers have gone down in quality compared to the RSW and also the RT line. I looked at the RT-12D. The RT-12 seems to be much harder to find and still more expensive than the RSW-15.
  11. Hello everyone, I'm new to the forum and have been starting my Klipsch obsession over the past few months. Through craigslist I've picked up the following system and looking to upgrade my sub to have more volume to match the floorstanding and center channel and also hit the lower range so you can feel it more during movies. Klipsch RF-63's Klipsch RC-64 Klipsch RB-61's (use for surrounds) I currently have a Klipsch R-12SW I'm debating between a used Klipsch RSW-15 advertised for $600 local pick up an hour from me, and can try to talk him down to $500 or buying a new open box R-115 for $650 deliver included. Based on research the RSW was more expensive when it was new and may be more "musical" and potentially the R-115 has better qualities for Home Theater. My question simply put is with price relatively equal does the RSW-15 significantly beat the R-115 to justify buying a much older used sub? Eventually I'd like to add some true surrounds in for 7.1 and also when I move consider going to a 7.2 purchasing a second sub. Also considering Atmos as well which would then be 9.1 or 9.2 Curious to hear everyone's thoughts on the Subs and what you would do! Thank you in advance to anyone taking time to respond.
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