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Anyone know the value of these ?

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Wow, in that condition, I could see them going for $1100-1200.

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Normally, KLF-30s go from $700-1000. KLF-20s go from $500-650.

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They definitely look mint condition, the signature by the person that inspected them even looks brand new, doesn't have any type of fading on the ink.

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Rodney

I sold my 30s in oak for $800, they weren't perfect but awfully good. I preferred the CF-4s over the 30s. You're better off with what you have right now

 

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Rodney

I sold my 30s in oak for $800, they weren't perfect but awfully good. I preferred the CF-4s over the 30s. You're better off with what you have right now

Mark

was looking for a L/C/R setup always loved the look of those

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Sold my black klf30s for 6 bills.They were not in as nice of shape as those, but they were glued together using the same glue. A/B the CF4 vs KLF30, likes the 30s better but only by a small margin. Though they have more surface area to move air, the Khorn had no problem eating the 30's lunch. 

 

Have Mahogany KLF30 and they're not looking for a new home....Thanks Brandon  B)

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Black satin with no upgrades/mods would go for $800.00 at best.

 

This guy is high. I'd say at this price they better be Mahogany, titanium tweeters, phenolic mids, rebuilt x-overs and the cabs better not be loose.

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Atleast the guy with the Klf's has some legitimate looking mint condition speakers, the guy with the rf-83s might be in terrible condition because there's no photos to go with the $1600 price he's asking.

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I sold a pair of black near mint KLF-30s with boxes and smoked glass tops for $900.

I generally sell them between $700 and $900 in the Chicago area.

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OPUS

Nice of you to join us. Web and I were just discussing which speaker we liked better, I lean toward the CF-4, WEB leans to the 30s. I said you prefer the 30s also. What's the word?

Sorry for the hijack

 

Mark

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Rodney

I sold my 30s in oak for $800, they weren't perfect but awfully good. I preferred the CF-4s over the 30s. You're better off with what you have right now

Mark

was looking for a L/C/R setup always loved the look of those

 

Nah, wait for the mahogany....I'm waiting for a pair to become available somewhere around Plainfield, IL..... :ph34r:

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I've never heard CF-4s.  I wouldn't trade my mahogany KLF-30s for a pair though.

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Hmm, KLF-30s are going up in price.  I guess I need to keep mine a while longer.  Kind of like gold or the stock market  :unsure:

 

Actually in the right room, they are definitely the sleeper of the Klipsch line.  In my 20x22 open back family room with good corners, being 3 feet out from the corners and sides, they compared very favorable to k-horns.

 

My k-horns are gone if that tells you anything.

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