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  1. I have 3 available. Excellent condition. Located in the Western suburbs of Chicago 60511. Make me an offer. (There are some listen on the bay for $29.95 + $4.65 shipping each.... which is ridiculous!)
  2. New home, new 5.1 (or 5.2) HT opportunity. Issue is that new L/C/R speakers must go into a built-in bookshelf surrounding TV. Speakers can be placed about 7 ft apart and at ear level but will be on a 12" deep shelf and surrounded by a cell with side walls and a top (some flexibility in cell size but not depth). Listening area is 15x15x10 and open to a larger space. Surround speakers will be in-ceiling. 80% HT, 20% soft rock music. Dialogue clarity is very important but loudness is not. Prefer to keep Yamaha Aventage 660 avr (80wpc). For this application, am I better off using the RB81's with the front ports or the RP160's ? Other tips ?
  3. My new 5.1 setup will require front (L/C/R) speakers be placed in a built-in bookshelf enclosure around the TV. Not only will the speakers be on a shelf but in a "cave" cubicle. The cubicle will be approx. 18"x10"x14" (HxWxD) for L/R and speakers can be pulled out to edge. Should I only consider front ports for this application ? Would lining the cave with acoustic material help or using a bung on rear ported speakers work (I will use a sub or 2) as an alternative ? Front ported BS speaker options are somewhat limited but Klipsch does offer the RB's (61/81 II's). Are these a good choice ? Ceiling speakers or perhaps wall speakers in the same cave cubicles are other possibilities. Comments ?
  4. Need complete K-79s and lenses or K-792s with lenses for rebuild of four KP-250s. I also need all the port tubes for all four speakers, so a total of eight.
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