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  1. I currently own a set of RB-35s. I'd like to build up my audio with a set of fronts and a center to compliment these. I know I probably need a good sub as well. Would like to keep total cost below $500 if possible. Also, I live on Eastern Shore of Maryland - Would prefer the speakers to be local, drop-off or picked up (I'm willing to drive a few hours if the deal is right) Let me know what you have! I'm still learning so if you offer I may do some research or post another thread in the HT to make sure the speakers will work for my setup. Thanks for your patience with me and consideration in the sale! Cheers, Logan
  2. I would love to know why the Klipsch woofers over the last ten years or so have succumbed to so many cosmetic issues. Almost every woofer since they switched over to the spun copper type have dings, dents, crinkles and whatever else... Why would Klipsch not figure out a cure for these issues? There are a ton of manufacturers that use aluminum, copper or alloy woofers that never have disfigurement issues like the Klipsch do. For the most part I understand that the cosmetic defects do not attribute directly to poor sound but my goodness, looking at listings on Audiogon, Ebay, US Audio Mart....you name it. It is very rare to see these speakers without significant damage to the woofers. I have never pushed my speakers to the point that they distort yet there are a few tiny dings in the woofers that make zero sense to me. I am sure if Klipsch invested a little time to come up with an answer and distribute a different alloy mix into the woofers there would be way less problems with the end result. I mean I am a huge fan of the Heritage series and I would take any of them hands down over the Reference lines. Good old paper cones, poly cones and what have you very rarely distort even when pushed past their limits. Even the older SB and KSB series speakers dig deeper in the bass than the reference speakers do and keep their shape intact doing it. After ten plus years, did no one think of re-configuring the new copper woofers?
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