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  1. Would the RC-64 III be similarly affected by this veneer problem & is it all finishes? I don't believe this was ever reported to happen with the RF-7 II or the original RF-7s.
  2. I was just wandering if the flagship RF-7 III & RC-64 III will see an upgrade later this year or some time in 2021? I know there was a 7 year gap between the IIs & IIIs (2010 to 2017) but curious if the IIIs will see an update shortly to the Mk IV version, could we see an updated design for the RC-64 IV having 2 rear Tractrix ports or possibly front ported. The Heresy III went from a sealed design to the IVs being ported, I know not quite a good comparison. Do you think the RC-64 IV will remain a sealed design?
  3. I came across this unflattering review of Klipsch's RF-7 III published back in October 2018 in the UK, https://www.henleyaudio.co.uk/shop/product/viewfile?FileId=4754&ProductId=937 A couple of excerpts from the Lab report, "Klipsch claims an exceptional 100dB SPL sensitivity for its RF-7 III but our measured 92.8dB on pink noise suggests that figure might as well be plucked from the air. The RF-7 III is a sensitive loudspeaker, just nowhere near as sensitive as its manufacturer suggests." "The forward frequency responses, measured on the axis of the horn tweeter [see Graph 1, below], feature a suckout of about 7dB close to the 1.3kHz crossover, with output rising thereafter to 9kHz. These result in response errors of ±6.5dB and ±5.7dB respectively (200Hz-20kHz), allied to a slightly disappointing ±1.5dB pair matching. Despite the treble prominence, the horn tweeter’s restricted directivity will reduce treble power output and may result in a sound that lacks treble ‘air’, both because the spectrum of the side wall reflections will be denuded of treble, and because the room reverberant sound will lack treble energy too. The CSD waterfall [Graph 2] is mostly quite clean in the treble but with some suggestion of resonances around 1kHz." Their "Lab Report" test results seem really rather disappointing & not what I would expect from Klipsch's flagship Reference RF-7 III monsters, I believe these have received unanimous praise from owners & professional reviewers alike, I had not heard of any real negatives at all until this UK review.
  4. I was just wandering if the flagship RF-7 III & RC-64 III will see an upgrade later this year or some time in 2021? I know there was a 7 year gap between the IIs & IIIs but curious if the IVs will see an update shortly, could we see an updated design for the RC-64 IV having a Tractrix port or possibly front ported. The Heresy III went from a sealed design to the IVs being ported, I know not quite a good comparison.
  5. I'd just like to mention that I managed to track down a BNIB Klipsch REF IV RC64 in Black Ash so I'm pretty over the moon about that & won't be needing that RC62, anyway good luck with your sales & quest to find one of those RC64 IIs
  6. Anybody have a Klipsch Ref IV RC62 in Black Ash in pristine condition for sale?
  7. Looking for a pristine condition Klipsch Reference IV RC-62 in Black Ash with original Klipsch packaging & accessories. Not interested in the widely available Klipsch Reference V RC-62 II.
  8. Hello again, I was wandering if anybody may be willing to part with their RS-52s Ref IV series I with the triangular grilles not the series II rounded grilles. I had a couple of leads but turned out they were the newer RS-52 IIs with the rounded grilles not interested in the larger RS-62s as they're too much for my surround setup much prefer the smaller 5.25" version RS-52.
  9. I don't know if you were genuine or just hit me with sarcasm, I know it seems wishful thinking on my part but not completely hopeless or unattainable, a seller on Ebay just posted recently a pair of the smaller RS-42s BNIB with manuals, everything intact. Here is the link https://www.ebay.com/itm/kLIPSCH-RS42/333052927979?hash=item4d8b805feb:g:qO4AAOSwn4ZcV0L8 Is there anyone willing to part with their RS-52s Ref IV in Black?
  10. Hello there, I'm after a pair of RS-52s REF IV (4th Generation) in Black (As New) condition, the ones with the triangular cloth grilles not the newer II (5th Generation) with the rounded cloth grilles. Would appreciate if original Klipsch box packaging along with manuals were still available. Kind regards Bobby
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