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Although the stickers are removed, I believe these are Klipsch KLF-20's. Great shape, work well. Local pickup only. In Fountain Hills, AZ (close to Scottsdale, AZ). Asking $800 for the pair. KSF-10.5's, KLF-C7 and KV3's below: Also have (I believe) are a pair of KSF-10.5's. The foot on it is broken (pictured), but rests fine. We're going to be repairing at time of this post, but want full disclosure that one foot was repaired. But, sits level even though foot is off. Speakers work great. Asking $400. KLF-C7 Center Channel speaker is available. Great shape, works great. Pictured below. Asking $250. KV3 Center Channel speaker (oak) is available. Great shape, works great. Pictured below. Asking $200
Upgrading Front Speakers
JLaird posted a topic in Home TheaterHello! I am new to this forum and this is my first post. I am also very new to home theater and audio equipment and have been really enjoying the process of this new community. Right now I have a 5.2 system in a very small 12’x10’ room. The sound is pretty good. I am using Klipsch R-620f towers for my Front L&R and the Klipsch R-34c for my center. My question is this: I have been looking to possibly upgrade to the Klipsch RP-600m for my Front L&R. I feel this upgrade in quality might be worth it from my home theater. Is this upgrade from the reference series to the premier series worth it?
Need Advice: Out with old and in with the new?
dm465531 posted a topic in Home TheaterI have a dilemma. I have a set of Ref IV RF-82 and Ref IV RC-62 and a set of RS-52. My problem is that I currently have a Yamaha 3070 and set of RP-280FA, RP-450CA and the RP 240S and I need to get rid of one of the sets. I think I would keep the RS-52 and still use them as my sides or rears but have not decided yet. Would it be worth keeping the old or just go with the new speakers?
CLOSED: Klipsch Reference Premier Dolby Atmos System
dm465531 posted a topic in Garage SaleI have a full home theater system set of speakers I would like to sell. They are brand new and still in unopened boxes. The set consists of a pair of RP-280FA in walnut, RP-450CA in walnut and a pair of RP-240S. I had bought this set for my upstairs room i am converting into a home theater but they are overkill. I need to go with speakers that will not take up so much space. I am asking $3500 for the set OBO. Let me know if that is unreasonable and we can work something out. I will ship and just ask for the buyer to pay half of the shipping.
Klipsch RF-42ii - Sound EQ HELP!
Naked0852 posted a topic in General Klipsch InfoSo I have a pair of RF-42ii and a Dayton 1200 sub for my TV. I've been having huge trouble with receivers and have gone through 4 different ones until I finally ended up getting the Denon X2000. This may sound crazy but with the cheaper receiver I had - AVR E200 and AVR E300 on these same towers the sound was a lot more "open" and seemed to "surround me" this was most noticeable when listening to music. It was just more enjoyable listening to music. I don't know what the reason for this could be but right now it feels like when I listen to music as if someone has put a barrier in between the speakers and my ears. It's hard to explain the difference but it's a significant difference. Could this be down to EQ? I played around with the EQ and it did make it sound a little bit more "open" but it still doesn't get anywhere close to how it felt when listening with the E200/E300. E200 doesn't have audyysey mic, but E300 does. I used it for E300 and it sounded great. Question is less of which receiver is better quality but more of how do I get that same "room-filling" experience. I hope its simply down to room eq. Thanks a ton
This deal includes Klipsch Reference Series 5 speakers total + Klipsch Subwoofer, Denon Receiver (AVR-11713), Panamax Surge Protector (M5100-PM), Logitech Universal Remote Harmony 900 Series, Surround Speaker Floor Stand (Pair), Subwoofer Mat, and Speaker Wire. Everything is in perfect flawless/immaculate condition. The original packaging and boxes included with all of the equipment. Please text for any questions @ 424-653-7906 For anyone that knows the Klipsch Reference series this set sounds amazing! Crisp, clear and extremely clean with great highs and lows. This has engaging and powerful sound with excellent bass response. The RF-62ii for music lovers will be blown away by the exceptional soundstaging and imaging; just wait to hear your favorite track on this setup!! Klipsch is a sort of legend in American home audio. During the 66 years the Indianapolis-based company has been in business, it has managed to build an immensely popular brand, a loyal following of enthusiasts, and a massive product portfolio and the Reference series is a top line product. The Reference series combines Klipsch’s engineering expertise, unique horn-loaded tweeters and high-quality cabinetry into a loudspeaker that promises to deliver Klipsch’s legendary sound — and look good doing it, too What makes the RF-62 II system such a treat to listen to is the way they effortlessly evoke an emotional response. Marketing folks throw the “emotion” term around all the time in reference to audio equipment, but for once, its use is justified. These speakers grab a hold of you with rock-solid bass, wide-open midrange, tasty, detailed highs and a remarkably wide and seamless soundstage. Those looking to outfit their home theaters with a system that is as musical as it is powerful should find an excellent match in the highly recommended Klipsch RF-62 II. Klipsch RF 62 II Speaker Set: $2999.99 Denon AVR-1713: $299.99 Panamax M5100-PM: $299.99 Logitech Harmony 900: $299.99 Speaker Stands: $199.99 (Pair) ------------------------------------------- $4100 Retail Price Not Including Tax! (Over $4600 with Tax) Yours for only $2400!! OVER $2200 in savings!!! Klipsch Reference RF-62 II The Klipsch Reference Series RF-62 II floor-standing loudspeaker delivers high-performance sound using Klipsch's advanced technologies and world-class materials. The Klipsch Reference RF-62 II employs dual 6.5-inch woofers and a 1.0-inch titanium diaphragm compression driver loaded with a square Tractrix Horn, inside a bass reflex enclosure. The Klipsch Reference Series floor-standing loudspeaker will bring out the power, detail, and emotion in your music, movies, or video games. Highlights: frequency response 35-24,000 Hz (±3dB) power handling: up to 125 watts RMS (500 watts peak) sensitivity 97 dB 8-ohm impedance Tractrix® horn with 1" titanium dome tweeter dual 6-1/2" Cerametallic™ woofers bass-reflex (ported) design black ash woodgrain vinyl finish dual binding posts for bi-amping or bi-wiring 12-3/4"W x 40-1/16"H x 15-3/8"D Klipsch Reference RS-52 II The Klipsch Reference Series RS-52 II is a surround loudspeaker which delivers high-performance sound using Klipsch's advanced technologies and world-class materials. The RS-52 II employs dual 5.25-inch woofers, dual Tractrix horn-loaded 1-inch titanium tweeters and WDST (Wide Dispersion Surround Technology). The Klipsch Reference Series surround loudspeaker will bring out the power, detail, and emotion in your music, movies, or video games. Highlights: Wide Dispersion Surround Technology™ enables both direct and ambient sound in just about any position frequency response 58-24,000 Hz (±3dB) power handling: up to 100 watts RMS (400 watts peak) sensitivity 95 dB 8-ohm impedance dual Tractrix® horns with 1" titanium dome tweeters dual 5-1/4" Cerametallic™ woofers bass-reflex (ported) design matte black vinyl finish keyhole bracket for easy wall-mounting threaded inserts for optional wall-mount bracket weight: 14.7 lbs. 14-1/4"W x 13"H x 8-3/8"D Klipsch Reference RC-62 II Realistic home theater sound starts with the center channel Klipsch's RC-62 II delivers all the subtleties and dynamics required for a riveting home theater experience. Using patented Klipsch speaker technology, it fleshes out the front soundstage, ensuring that you hear every word, every detail of your favorite movies. Whether you place this speaker above or below your TV's screen, you can use the included feet to tilt and aim the speaker precisely at your listening position for the best possible sound.II Highlights: frequency response 57-24,000 Hz (±3dB) power handling: up to 150 watts RMS (600 watts peak) sensitivity 98 dB 8-ohm impedance Tractrix® horn with 1" titanium dome tweeter dual 6-1/2" Cerametallic™ woofers bass-reflex design via dual front-firing ports video-shielded to prevent distortion with tube TVs includes feet to tilt the speaker up or down towards your listening area black ash woodgrain vinyl finish 23-1/2"W x 8"H x 12-3/16"D Klipsch Reference SW-110 Strong, accurate bass for large rooms Whether you're watching movies or listening to music, you'll enjoy deep, intense bass with the SW-110. This powerful, high-output subwoofer uses a 200-watt amplifier to drive a strong-yet-light 10" woofer that's designed for quick, precise movement. The front slot port helps minimize turbulence for clean sound. And since the port is in the front, you won't hear unwanted "boominess" from sound reverberating off your walls and floor. That means you can place this sub just about anywhere and enjoy punchy low-frequency effects. Highlights: front slot port for reduced turbulence and flexible installation 200-watt RMS BASH® digital hybrid amplifier 10" front-firing woven fiberglass driver frequency response 28-120 Hz (±3dB) variable 50-150 Hz crossover phase switch auto on/off line level/LFE (low frequency effects) input speaker-level inputs compatible with the Klipsch WA-2 wireless audio adapter kit for an easy connection to a sound system 12-3/8"W x 14-3/8"H x 20-7/16"D
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joehernandez509 posted a topic in Garage Sale