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  1. Looking for advice as to potentially changing side and rear speakers after upgrading from R-28f fronts and an RP center (shortly after upgrading from a 20 year old synergy 5.1 system). New current set-up is: KLF 20's KLC c7 RW-12d R-41SA (on klf 20's) RS-35 sides R-28f rears Onyko TX-NR787 My room is about 28x15, but due to duct work and other quirks, can't put the R-28f's against back wall- one is only a couple feet behind couch, the other has some obstruction as well. System sounds really good (to me anyway), but probably because the klf 20's are nothing short of amazing... So I'm thinking that 1) I should replace the rears with speakers I can put on stands and if so, what is best match with fronts, and 2) whether (depending on what I do with rears), keep the RS-35's or replace them as well (need to keep sides wall mounted and can't have them extend out too far). Or would I simply be throwing away some money for not much of a difference in sound? Appreciate any suggestions-don't have a lot of technical or audiophile expertise, just know I love the Klipsch sound!
  2. Kalifornian

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    Looking to buy a KLF-C7. Anyone out there got one in great shape? Black ash preferable but open to other colors if in great shape...obviously Id love to low ball you but lets talk 😁
  3. Located Southeast of Phx, AZ Klipsch KLF-30 pair, plus Klipsch C-7 Center channel combine to make an incredibly powerful High Fidelity Home Theater or Home Stereo setup. These speakers sound Amazing! This set is used, in Moderate condition. There are some cat scratches on the left side of one KLF-30 cabinet, and some minor surface scratching on top of other KLF-30 cabinet. Center is in Great condition. Also included is a brand new set of Factory Klipch KLF-30 grills, never installed, never removed from factory bubble wrap. I hate to sell these, but I must due to downsizing and moving for work. Listed for $1,300 OBO, very motivated seller. Make a reasonable offer Buyer is responsible for shipping Cost and Arrangements. I also have a pair of Heresy I, Parasound HCA-2205a, Parasound PHP-850, Yamaha RX-v995, and Monster Cable HTS-5000, MIT Terminator 2, and Synergistic Research AC Coupler available if interested.
  4. Have a black KLF-C7 center channel speaker for sale. In very good condition: speakers perfect; I see no imperfection/flaw in the grille, and the cabinet is at least an 8.5/10. So, a superb addition to a mid-sized to larger HT venue. Remarkable specs (but Klipsch ophiles already know that): FREQUENCY RESPONSE: 75Hz-20kHz(+-)3dB SENSITIVITY: 99dB @ 1watt/1meter POWER HANDLING: 150 watts maximum continuous (600 watts peak) NOMINAL IMPEDANCE: 8 ohms TWEETER: K-90-KV 1" (2.54cm) Polymer diaphragm compression driver HIGH FREQUENCY HORN: 90(o)x60(o) Tractrix® Horn WOOFER: Two K-1062-KV 8" (20.32cm) Poly Carbon Graphite cones ENCLOSURE MATERIAL: Medium density fiberboard construction (MDF) ENCLOSURE TYPE: Sealed DIMENSIONS: 11" (27.94cm) x 27.19" (69cm) x 9.125" (23.18cm) WEIGHT: 38 lbs. (17.25kg) FINISHES: Light Oak, Medium Oak, Mahogany, Black Satin BUILT FROM: 1997 BUILT UNTIL: 2001 Below are photos of the front w/ grille, the woofers and horn w/out the grille, and a view of the top, showing its excellent condition. Price is $280.00. Willing to ship, if buyer pays the cost for doing so. Please PM with your interest. Thanks, and enjoy! Jim
  5. I have a set of KLF 20's and want to put them to great use. looking for a BROWN c7 to color match. may not look very soon back at this thread so hit me at tinkersaid at yahoo if you got one for sale
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