Join Date: Nov 2007
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Well it was a simple question I thought. I like the sound and the efficiency (not to mention looks) of the Klipsch products. I wouldn't be dissappointed if Santa left me a set of their reference towers and I have bought several pairs of the KLF line, years ago.
With that said, I am not all that into writing checks and would rather have some creative input in my system. My theory was to buy the same thing Klipsch does, and put it in my own enclosure, and I would be super happy.
I don't want to go to the store and buy their stuff, paying for an enclosure I am not going to use (not to mention the tons of markup).
I want to build a set of towers first, I already have the RC-64 center channel (paid $89 for at an auction), so something similar to the RF-83's seem ideal. I'd like to build the towers for less than $600 for all the drivers, but I could spend $400 or $800. It's not set in stone. What is set in stone is how efficent they need to be, low power, big output.