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  1. For Sale: As we prepare for downsizing it is time to sell my beloved Klipsch speakers. In excellent to near mint condition the speakers are: the Klipsch RF-5s in Cherry real wood veneer, RC-7 in Cherry real wood veneer and the RS-7 Black surround speakers. I believe the RF5’s and RC7 were built in the Hope Arkansas facility. I am the original owner, have all the original factory cartons and manuals. All the speakers have 8” woofers and 8” Tractrix horns with 1” titanium drivers. 2each 8” woofer in each RF5, 2 ea 8” woofer in the center MTM channel and 1 ea” woofers in the RS7s. The RS-7s have dual 8” tractrix horns with 1” titanium drivers. For Hifi Audio - the RF’5s are simple outstanding and very efficient. I’ve run McIntosh tube as well as Arcam and Outlaw Audio SS equipment for power. For surround sound and Home Theater applications, this system delivers an enveloping movie theater experience. I thought these would by my end game speakers, but the need to downsize has made the painful decision to part with them, necessary. Grills are still in working order - one grill posts did crack on one of the RF5s, but was repaired and is fully functional. I take excellent care of my equipment and these are extremely close to new condition. No smoking, pets, and the kids never used the system. It was only used for music and occasional movies. See the pictures for details. I also have both stock or upgraded crossovers for the RF-5’s (factory crossovers with upgraded Clarity and Mundorf capacitors, Mills resistors and original factory inductors, and solid copper speaker jacks). I have additional pictures available to send for details of these beautiful speakers. Local pickup in ILLINOIS (Chicago suburbs). RF-5’s:$700.00 RC-7: $650.00 RS-7’s: $500.00
  2. Hello all: I recently upgraded my fronts, added rp-500sa for atmos and moved the old fronts (r-28f') to use as rears giving me a 9.1 setup. But... my room configuration is such that one of the r-28'fs is only a couple feet behind the sofa and I can't reconfigure furniture setup. Is best option to replace them with rs-62ii's or rs-7's (can get decent deal on either compared to newer models) on stands to clear couch or am I best just leaving as is? Thanks for any assistance! P.S. Can't wall mount rears either.
  3. I need to sell some things to recoup some cash and make some room: Crestron Adagio home audio/video system added Speco DVR: https://chicago.craigslist.org/wcl/ele/d/crestron-adagio-home-audio/6573902345.html There are (4) audio expander amps each is 12-ch (6pr) at 45Wpc. Not sure how easy to use as a biamp. Forum price $1000 for the set. White RS-7: https://chicago.craigslist.org/wcl/ele/d/klipsch-rs-7-speakers/6573902634.html Some of the grills got damp and warped. I tested them all and they sound great. $300/pr for forum members, $800 for all. Klipsch CA-800T outdoor speakers: https://chicago.craigslist.org/wcl/ele/d/klipsch-ca-800-commercial/6573902106.html Few scratches and some may be a bit sun faded but very impressive sound. $450/pr for forum members. Mahogany RB-5: https://chicago.craigslist.org/wcl/ele/d/mahogany-klipsch-rb-5/6573902873.html https://chicago.craigslist.org/wcl/ele/d/mahogany-klipsch-rb-5/6573907054.html E-V Four speaker: https://chicago.craigslist.org/wcl/ele/d/electro-voice-v-four-speakers/6573903200.html I prefer not to ship at this time. PM me with questions. Thanks for looking. I also have a black Klipsch RW-12D subwoofer with a bad amp board, otherwise good condition. $75 for the sub. Also, water damaged RSW-15, it was not powered when the basement flooded. $200 for the sub. You would need to use as parts or make a new cabinet.
  4. Selling RSW15 and pair of RS7 surround speakers. RSW15...2 minor surface scratches on RSW15 on top less than 1/2" long. Speaker screen mounting posts were broken but repaired with epoxy. Works perfectly. $800 RS7... never used, one nick on top surface of one RS7 less than 1/8". $500 for pair
  5. This looks like a great Reference package for $1200. RF-7, RC-7 and RS-7. No affil. https://akroncanton.craigslist.org/ele/d/klipsch/6270902796.html
  6. I found what appears to be a nice pair of RS-7s online and I think I'm finally ready to pull the trigger. However, I was wondering what price I should try to negotiate. They are currently being sold for $500 and have been listed for almost 2 months now. I've done business with this guy before so we know each other a bit.
  7. Selling my RS-7 Rears. Figured other Klipsch-o-philes might want first grabs. I have a CL ad up that I will leave a link for. Asking $300 OBO. Local pick up would benefit anyone interested, these beasts weigh almost 25 lbs each. Solid 7.5/8 out of 10 physically. Feel free to email or call me. Nick Bailey 210-367-5126 nicholasbailey@att.net http://sanantonio.craigslist.org/ele/5393640882.html
  8. Hi everyone, I joined the forum & wanted to create my 1st thread & say hello. Like most, I'm a HT Enthusiast & I've happily owned Klipsch for over 15 years now. What brought me here was Atmos. I ran across the forum in January & I followed the info Chad was posting from CES. I've been waiting (hoping) for an Atmos announcement from Klipsch & I'm happy to see they'll soon be offering both floor standing & add-on modules. Last September I upgraded to Denon's new 7.2 Channel, AVR-X4100W with Dolby Atmos, so naturally I've been anxiously waiting for Klipsch add-on modules to pair with my RF-7's/ RC-7 & RS-7's. Still early for Atmos, but one could argue that in-ceiling/overhead speakers would provide the best results acoustically, however the in-ceiling approach is not the best route for me (I have solid, finished, wood ceilings). At the same time I've read where some (Industry Professionals) have suggested that upward firing speakers work just as well (if not better) than dedicated in-ceiling speakers. Like I said it's still "early" in the world of Atmos. Not to mention, software (disc-authoring) will play an equally important role as hardware, but that's an completely separate issue moving forward. Right now upward-firing add-on modules is the approach I'm taking, unfortunately the available options are pretty limited (weak) right now. Both Onkyo & Def-Tech have some initial offerings, but they are rather anemic with single 3" paper cones & neither are of interest. KEF has a interesting showing with their R50's (5.25" woofer & 1" tweeter) (7" x 7" x 10").... but a pair of modules are pricey at $1200. Prior to the Klipsch CES announcement, I grabbed a pair of Atlantic Technology 44-DA upward firing add-on modules. They offer similar specs to the KEF with 5.25" woofer & 1" tweeter (& only slightly smaller footprint at 5.5" 8.3" 9.5") but are more affordable at $440 a pair. I currently have them positioned as front heights, on top of my RF-7's (L/R), completing my current 5.2.2 set up The past month I've been playing with Transformers: Age of Extinction & The Expendables 3 (both ATMOS authored titles) & I can assure that the addition of L/R height channels help to fill in & add to the overall experience. The physical size of the 44-DA's seem rather small on top of my RF-7's, but despite their size, they still perform really well. Transformers: Age of Extinction really comes to life with the ATMOS soundtrack, lots of opportunity for for demo-worthy moments. Set up was via Audyssey MultEQ XT32 & I've even done some "A/B" comparisons with the smaller 44-DA on the "right-height", and using my massive RS-7 on the "left-height". Also did the same "A/B" comparison with the 44-DA & my RB-35... and in both comparisons the 44-DA's still held up fairly well (but naturally with a less impact & dynamic range). My system will really benefit by having a set of Klipsch add-on modules, so in the future I'll move the smaller 44-DA's to the (L/R S) height position, on top of my RS-7's (L/R S). Then when released, use a pair of timber matched Klipsch add-on Atmos modules for my L/R front heights (on top of my RF-7's). That end result will will provide a nice 5.2.4 set up... and a big smile! Really looking forward to the full specs, release date & pricing with the Klipsch add-on modules (an 8" woofer would be great). Plus, we have upcoming ATMOS titles: John Wick, Exodus & a Diamond Luxe Gravity re-issue all coming soon! Here's some pics of the rather small 44-DA's, along with comparison pics with my RS-7's. Good to be here, thanks for looking! (edit... added pics here on the thread)
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