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Up for sale is a pair Klipsch KP 362’s and a pair of Klipsch KP 682’s. Great speakers for garage or shop area. The 362 is wedge shaped and similar in specs to the Klipsch KP301. The 682 is a dual 18” subwoofer, with handles and wheels for easy moving. This is a killer combo! $1,300. Pick up only in Little Rock, AR. Go Hogs! Hogfan
I'm putting my KP 362/682 setup up for sale. Here's your chance to own a big-boy audio system. I bought the speakers from Colter (on the forum) and really enjoyed them. However, I have several other sets that I'm also using, so just not using this setup to its full potential. The speakers consists of 4 KP 362 and 2 KP 682's. The speakers come with heavy gauge speaker wire with NL4 connectors. In addition, each stack comes with a dolly with large casters.....which makes it so easy to move these around. The audio rack consists of the following: 2- Crown K2 power amps 1 - QSC GX-5 power amp 1 - Dbx Driverack PA+ with mic 1 - Furman power conditioner/protector 1 - SKB 12U rack case All XLR and 1/4" cables. This is a turn key system. The only thing you will need to provide is your music source. Everything works great, just as it should. The speakers have light road rash/rubs, as expected, but nothing major. $3,500 takes it all. I have over $4,000 in this system (within the past year). I'm pricing this to sell all together. However, if no serious takers come along, I will look at breaking the system up. ****************************************************** Update - June 7th: KP 682's (2) and KP 362's (4) - $1,900 (with dollies and speaker cables with NL4 connectors). or KP 362's (4) - $1,000 or KP 362's (2) - $600 (as you can tell, I really want to sell all speakers together or at least all 4 KP 362's together) Someone step up and buy these.....I hear the fish calling my name! Or, if you have a good aluminum fishing boat/motor of equal or greater value, shoot me some pics......I'm open to a trade. Thanks, Hogfan
Hi all, I just signed up to the board here, and I'm excited to become of the community that you guys have built ! I've been working with Klipsch Home audio gear in terms of sales and installation since 1987 , while working at Read Brothers Stereo in Chas SC, and then became involved with Pro Audio and Lighting in the late 90's. I have just repurchased a complete KP 600 system I originally owned years ago, and am now in the process of getting it back to 100%. My rig has 2 x 680 SW, 2 x 650 LF, 2 x 650 HF, 2 x Fly Bars, Aerquip Straps , Dolly Caster plates and 2 x 600 EC crossovers, all powered by a Carver/QSC rack. Overall the system is in very good shape, and I just need to re cone 2 x K41 M and replace 2 x K78 diaphragms and it should be ready to rock. Since I have the KP 650 MF modules open, I'll take some pics and post them for all to see I'm hoping that I can share some info on my rig, and would be glad to help answer any questions that I can. I am curious if any one has a specific paint recommendation for touch on the 600's ? They look in very good shape, but I would like to touch them up some. My KPs have some pretty cool quilted speaker covers that fit on the stack when its on the dolly, and I'll send pics of them too. Thanks again for all the valuable info that is on the site, and I look forward to meeting you guys. Jerry Seay Zenithlighting firstname.lastname@example.org