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  1. No affiliation... KV-4 center channel in black. Located in Terrell, TX which is about 35 miles east of Dallas. Local pickup... That's a great price. https://dallas.craigslist.org/dal/ele/5921826705.html
  2. Excellent condition. Sounds amazing. Selling this center since it does not match up with my RF7IIs SOLD Local pickup in Southbury, CT
  3. There must be someone out there that could use a new Klipsch setup in the Northeast Southbury, CT - pickup only - pictures further down in the thread Palladium P-37f - Natural (comes with boxes and accessories) -SOLD KV-4 Center Channel (no box) - $250 - sale pending
  4. Howdy, folks. For the longest time, I had stereo in my bedroom/office for music, and surround sound in my living room for TV and movies. But I've always wanted to have a good music system in the living room, too, where I'm not forced to use something more geared to near-field listening. However, my Pioneer Elite VSX-84tsxi, a great home theatre receiver, is less accomplished in stereo mode. So I was forced to set up a separate system. In my quest to populate it, I fell in love with the Epic line, specifically the version 1 CF-4, resulting in the crowded photo, seen above. I paired them with all sorts of amps/receivers, ranging from the late 1970s to the early 2010s, and they all fell short of expectations. So, after a lot of research, I finally bought a lightly used Peachtree Audio iNova integrated amplifier. It sounds amazing! Plus, one of its aux inputs has a bypass circuit so it can be integrated into a home theatre! A few years ago, the wall in the accompanying photo was a lot less crowded. I can now remove the Polk Monitor70 mkIIs (the ones cowering between the Epics and the TV). However, I bought the CS2 center channel because it's “voice matched” to the 70s. I know the best center channel replacement to go with my CF-4s would be the hard-to-find KV-4. Any decent alternatives? The KV-3? Something more recent, like the RP-25C or RP-250C?
  5. I wish I could go get these, even with black satin finish. Alas, he wants cash only, and I can't make the drive down from D.C. Oh well... http://miami.craigslist.org/mdc/ele/5489419469.html
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