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  1. Original equipment 8” Klipsch K-1083-SB woofers. Absolutely in perfect condition. These are becoming very difficult to find these days, as the new replacement versions have a different dust cap arrangement. These are the direct replacement for and will fit: RF-3, RF-3 II, RF-35, RF-5, RC-7, RF-82 II This is a great opportunity to return your speakers to perfect original condition if you have damage to one (or more) of your drivers. I can have it connected in my garage to verify that it works to your satisfaction. I'm asking $120 for the pair or $65 for just one. I am located in the Southwest suburbs of Chicago near Naperville, IL. I'm looking for local pick up only at the moment. If they don't sell locally after a bit, I will entertain the idea of shipping as I do have the plastic shipping covers to protect the cones.
  2. Hi - looking for some advice on upgrading my home theater. After 15 years, I am upgrading my Home Theater. By upgrading, I mean moving to a 4k Projector and updating to a 4k Receiver, possibly moving to a Dolby Atmos system. However I would really like to reuse my Klipsch Reference 3 speakers because I think they still sound great! In 2002 I purchase a 6.1 system which had a Rear Center Surround Channel... as you can all see... that did not really take off. So I have my 2 RF-3 ii Towers, 3 RS-3 ii Surrounds and a SW. Can I integrate these into a new 7.2 system and/or Atmos system and what additional speakers do I need that would fit well with my existing system? Thanks for the help!
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