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Hello all, Im new to the home theater word and recently came across a guy selling his pair of Icons KF-28's, crappy Polk Center(looking to replace) and a vsx-821k AVR on craiglsist for $500. I talked him down and got it all for $400! I really want the Reference Premiere line but I couldn't pass this deal up and figured it would be a great introduction to the world of HT. I'm extremely happy with them as I'm coming from a rinky Samsung SOundbar and these things sound great on my 60 inch Samsung Plasma! So I am here to ask if anyone knows someone that is selling the KC-25, and the surrounds that go with the icon series- KS-14's. Also looking at getting the R-112-sw so if anyone has one of those I could take off you hands that would be great too! Would love some feedback from you guys! Did I make the right move in getting these and not waiting for RP line?
Hello fellow Klipsch audio fanatics! I have decided to sell my complete 6-piece Klipsch XF-48 home theater system, having upgraded to a pair of Sonus Fabers. This system has been carefully maintained since original ownership and has never been moved (in same space for entire duration of ownership) and is in excellent condition. These speakers have served me really well over the past few years and I am confident they will grant their next owners years of audio goodness. Included are 6 speakers which are detailed as follows: • Two XF-48 tower speakers • One XL-23 LCR center channel speaker • Two XB-10 bookshelf surround speakers (stands not included) • One XW-300d subwoofer There's a Sound & Vision article written about this set from a few years ago with all detailed specs; link is as follows: http://www.soundandvision.com/content/klipsch-xf-48-speaker-system#D8wEAdoE3Uu4TWZQ.97 I have not seen any available sales for this entire system and based on secondary pricing for individual components, the set should sell for ~$1100-1400. I am willing to negotiate. I am based in NYC area so would prefer to sell to someone within a reasonable distance but willing to consider shipping them as well.