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Iteachstem

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    Illinois: The land of Taxes!
  • My System
    2.2 Music System:
    Mains: Klipsch RF-83 Cherry
    Subs: DIY Dayton Audio Reference HF 15" subs (X2)

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  1. Not a bad unit and a decent price. I ended up getting rid of mine because it went into safety mode all too often. Look up the reset info and give that to the new owner. I gave it to the person who purchased mine otherwise I would post the button combo for the reset. (I have a lot of big trees around me and the power tends to be briefly interrupted often)
  2. It's a two piece badge.... the plastic base with the 2 spikes that go through the grill... and then the thin cooper piece is glued on top. And we all know klipsch and their luck with glue!
  3. I do occasionally.... but the one set that was on there a while back was waaaaaaaay over priced. I just checked now and didn't see one.
  4. I know this is an odd request, but would you be willing to sell the oval emblem from the one grill? (Then, at least they would both match!!)
  5. I have some. Let me know if you are interested.
  6. The speakers have gone to their next home.
  7. You should have a matching one sometime on Friday! Enjoy.
  8. I have 2 remaining for sale if you are still interested.
  9. I just worked a fingernail under the lip and with a little patience, I worked it up enough to gently pull with one hand while providing pressure on the speaker cone with the other to counteract cone deformation.
  10. That little bit is all it needs. It will vibrate at certain frequencies and drive you nuts!
  11. It's the edges that comes loose on the dustcaps...so, pushing in the center doesn't really do anything. Check the edges on the dustcap... sometimes you can get a fingernail under it...if so, it needs to be removed and re-glued. I used 5 minute epoxy, so it will never come off as you can't really rebuild these drivers. (See my other posts on how this was done on my 5.5's) I also have some excellent condition OEM k-31-K woofers from a KLF 30 if you want to replace the entire woofer. I think 2 are spoken for, another one that's pending, but I have at least one that's still available for sure. Let me know.
  12. Modern technology= trying to think for you...but failing miserably!
  13. Great condition amplifier/preamp. It comes from a smoke and pet free home and has spent its entire life while I owned it in a protected stereo rack connected through a monster power conditioner. I am the second owner. Perfect face, side and back. The first owner must have had a seizure while removing some equipment, because there are scratches on the top metal case. You could repaint it, but I always had something above it, so it wasn't an issue. No remote. (You can pick up a new one for $20-$30 I never bothered to get one as this was always in my dining room set to background listening levels) Garage audition available at time of purchase to verify correct functionality. (Also selling my Rotel 2 ch. amp) Location: 60511 Chicago Burbs Price: $200 for Members Not interested in shipping at this point. There's one on the Bay currently for $360 +$45 shipping Most of the ones recently sold were in the $250-$350 range.
  14. Excellent condition amplifier. It comes from a smoke and pet free home and has spent its entire life in a protected stereo rack connected through a monster power conditioner. Garage audition available at time of purchase to verify correct functionality. (Also selling my Rotel RX 1050) Location: 60511 Chicago Burbs Price: $290 for Members Not interested in shipping at this point.
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