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  1. I've been sharing a pair of first gen RF-7's between a HT setup and a 2 channel stereo to play my vinyl. I'm tired of changing the speaker wires on the back of the speakers to flip between movies and music. I have an all RF series 7.1 system and I'm not interested in breaking up the set. Would really like to try a set of Cornwalls for my 2 channel music and am wondering how you folks think they would compare with the RF-7's. The 2ch system I'm using is a McIntosh 2505 amp with a McIntosh C26 preamp. It's all solid state....50wpc. I've had Klipshorns in the past and nothing beats their detail in strings, vocals and horns but I prefer the direct firing woofers over the folded horn design for bass. To me, the RF-7's don't have the detail that the khorns have but they certainly have that forward firing thump on the chest. Wondering if the Cornwalls could be the best of both worlds??
  2. I am moving soon and cannot accomdate my current setup where I will be living. I have detailed what if anything is wrong cosmetically with each peice, they all work and sound fantastic. I am asking $2500.00 for the entire set and would prefer local pickup here in San Antonio, Texas due to the weight and difficulty of shipping these beasts. I have some of the origial packaging, all documentation for each peice and can provide images of each if you have a serious inquiry. Would love to see these go to a great home, happy hunting. Klipsch RC-7 Center Speaker: Cherry $400.00 1.75" titanium dome compression driver is coupled to an 8" square Tractrix® Horn Two 8" Cerametallic™ woofer cones 2.5-way crossover tapered-array technology 42 lbs Defects in appearance Dent in right side woofer cone. Does not affect sound or performance. Klipsch RF-7 Main Speaker (x2): Cherry $1200.00 Professional grade materials 1.75" titanium dome compression driver 8" square Tractrix® Horn Two 10" Cerametallic™ woofer cones High quality crossover networks 90 lbs per speaker Defects in appearance. Plastic grill pegs broken / Grills available and easily modified with magnets to fit again. slight scuffing on top and bottom of speakers 10’ woofer cone dent on one speaker Klipsch RS-7 Surround (x2): Black $450.00 Slight bubbling of finish roughly 3x3 inch area on top of speaker. Does not affect sound or performance. 24 lbs. Klipsch RSW-12 Subwoofer: Black $450.00 bubbling of fiinsh 3x3 inch area on top of speaker All grills fully intact 58 lbs.
  3. I've decided to return to a 2 channel only setup in my game room. Therefore, I have for sale my RF-7 setup in cherry finish. This includes a pair of RF-7's, an RC-7 and an RSW-15 sub. All speakers are in great condition! They all come with their matching grills. I have a lead on a pair of heritage speakers and need to sell these rather quickly. Therefore, I'll sell the setup for $1,900, if bought before the heritage pair I'm eying sells. Right now, I will only sell the complete set. This is pick up only in Little Rock, NO SHIPPING. Here's your chance for an awesome HT setup....don't miss it. Thanks, Hogfan
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