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Do a search for RF-82 MSRP...you'll find about $1098 was MSRP...

MSRP for all you mentioned about $2300, give or take.

He might take $1200, but you gotta go listen, prepared to offer cash; take a large friend...

Remember, NO Warranty on used Klipsch...
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Gotcha. Thanks for the help. I think I will pass on this set up!

I'm now curious about going with Klipsch for my set up, I like the look of them and they aren't so crazy expensive that I can't pull it. I was planning on spending around $1500-$1750 on my set up (I already have receiver)...would that be doable for new stuff?
2 or 3 phone calls & I think you can buy that same set-up, NEW.

Remember, CALL ready to BUY if you get the deal you want. On-line or e-mails won't turn the trick.

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2 or 3 phone calls & I think you can buy that same set-up, NEW.

Remember, CALL ready to BUY if you get the deal you want. On-line or e-mails won't turn the trick.

Try jdsmoothie with AVS Sales; he's a well known & respected member here at AVS.
Well then. I'm about 4-5 weeks out from buying (We close escrow at the end of the month and get possession of the keys on the 10th of August). We'll need some time to get settled and then figure out what we're doing. But to get something like that NEW would be crazy...I'm intrigued.

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Hey guys, I'm hoping you can help me out here...
I'm about to move into a new house and I'm building a small theater. Right now I have some junky 5.1 Onkyo stuff I bought 5 years ago and am going to upgrade soon. I've been looking at the Infinity Primus stuff because the price is always so low, but I saw this on CL today and hoped you could help me.
http://lasvegas.craigslist.org/ele/4549157179.html
Obviously these are much higher quality than the IP stuff, but I noticed that these are the older models (Not II) so I don't know how they stack up for that price?
Thanks guys!
http://www.sounddistributors.com/buy...=2422&crid=250 2x RF-82II cherry $999
http://www.sounddistributors.com/buy...d=668&crid=242 open box RC-62II cherry $425
http://www.sounddistributors.com/buy...d=673&crid=248 2xRS-52II black 2x$425
total $2274
if u go to avs and call they probably make a lot better price for u.

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^^^ the above may be as good as you'll get; Who knows?
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You can always counter with I have $1750 to spend, what can you do for me?
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Thanks for the quick reply.

I doubt he'd want to go that low with them, he said it was flexible. Reading this thread:

Definitive Technology SuperCube I

Makes me think that I could do better for a Subwoofer as well.

Just curious, why that particular number? These are all the older models so it's hard to even price them out properly.
If you see the mid to late 90's Klipsch KLF-20/30X 4 and C7 center for $1,000.00 GO for them........ $500.00 gets a good decent sub and if you have a small room a 500 watt sub will make Blurays pop with a 120 wpc AVR. Don't get in a Hurry with that $1,500.00 you will find someone who is out of a job etc and find a "Deal" but look every day and be ready to be 1st one with cash in hand. Used RF-83 or RF-7 as the RF-7II are more expensive. Get the best fronts you can afford and build around them. My Cornwalls were purchased new in 1979 and I have had several different rears and center for HT over the years but I still have the Cornwall fronts. Go Big on the fronts if go with buying used and and from several different sellers. YMMV Good Luck
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You can always counter with I have $1750 to spend, what can you do for me?
It's just some guy selling his stuff, I don't think there's much he can do for me other than sell the stuff. I'm sure he would take $1750...my question was more "Was this worth it?", being that they are I-series speakers. It sounds like it is probably not.
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You can always counter with I have $1750 to spend, what can you do for me?
good point. i got 550€ discount on my set and 360€ less for the 64II center, so i'm sure he can get the set for at least $500 less then sale price.

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It's just some guy selling his stuff, I don't think there's much he can do for me other than sell the stuff. I'm sure he would take $1750...my question was more "Was this worth it?", being that they are I-series speakers. It sounds like it is probably not.
I had a dealer in mind with that statement; still think the others are worth around $1200.

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I had a dealer in mind with that statement; still think the others are worth around $1200.
Oh! I apologize.
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It's just some guy selling his stuff, I don't think there's much he can do for me other than sell the stuff. I'm sure he would take $1750...my question was more "Was this worth it?", being that they are I-series speakers. It sounds like it is probably not.
it's not. for the price u can get II-series 2nd hand for sure.

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If you're in Vegas, Schu knows a guy who can hook you up. All we need is for Schu to pop in.
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Hey guys, I'm hoping you can help me out here...

I'm about to move into a new house and I'm building a small theater. Right now I have some junky 5.1 Onkyo stuff I bought 5 years ago and am going to upgrade soon. I've been looking at the Infinity Primus stuff because the price is always so low, but I saw this on CL today and hoped you could help me.

http://lasvegas.craigslist.org/ele/4549157179.html

Obviously these are much higher quality than the IP stuff, but I noticed that these are the older models (Not II) so I don't know how they stack up for that price?

Thanks guys!
Not a good deal. Stay away

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Supercube1 sold new for 600. List is 1200. The stats on it are really bs. I had the sub and its not bad but for the same money you can get better at svs.
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I am indeed in Vegas. I don't know who Schu is but I like the sound of this!
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I am indeed in Vegas. I don't know who Schu is but I like the sound of this!
get klipsch hometheater first and save some money to get a SVS later on like reference mentioned. the bass of the rf-82II is pretty good for the time that u don't have a sub. the svs is on a whole nother level though.

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I am indeed in Vegas. I don't know who Schu is but I like the sound of this!
I went to high school in Vegas. Clark, 83.

With dual subs, stack'em in the corner and put on a jockstrap. Don't want EVERYTHING in the room jingling!
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get klipsch hometheater first and save some money to get a SVS later on like reference mentioned. the bass of the rf-82II is pretty good for the time that u don't have a sub. the svs is on a whole nother level though.
Keep in mind that I'm coming from this:



So I'm sure the Klipsch sub would be MORE than fine. If I can get a 5.1 for $1750 Klipsch I will be stoked.
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I'm an import, only been here 6 years.
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speaking of the svs.. i still have a hard time to decide wether i should take the PB13ultra or the PC13ultra .. bass extension from the PB is below 20hz flat while the PC is a bit above 20hz.. i really like loud bass but i like the footprint of the PC better.. anyone that can tell me i really should take the PB and a reason why ?

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Keep in mind that I'm coming from this:


So I'm sure the Klipsch sub would be MORE than fine. If I can get a 5.1 for $1750 Klipsch I will be stoked.
lol u be blown away by the klipsch.. nevertheless, if you want to do it, do it right the first time and save urselfs from doubting later on.

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lol u be blown away by the klipsch.. nevertheless, if you want to do it, do it right the first time and save urselfs from doubting later on.
Well I'll return when I have the keys to my place and I'm ready to buy. But I ready for Klipsch...my interest in the Primus Infinity stuff has dropped hard.
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Well I'll return when I have the keys to my place and I'm ready to buy. But I ready for Klipsch...my interest in the Primus Infinity stuff has dropped hard.
yeah it gets u time to think this through and make a good decision for urselfs. most definatly u gonna be happy with the klipsch and a svs sub. mind that u need to enjoy it for the comming decade so there is no reason to not do it right and be done with it.

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speaking of the svs.. i still have a hard time to decide wether i should take the PB13ultra or the PC13ultra .. bass extension from the PB is below 20hz flat while the PC is a bit above 20hz.. i really like loud bass but i like the footprint of the PC better.. anyone that can tell me i really should take the PB and a reason why ?
They make good end tables? Vibrating chair? Blow dry your hair? ...scratching head...Use it as a stool? Keep your ankles cool?

The PB has a little more extension, little more output. These are measurable. Audible??? With my PVC ears, I probably couldn't tell the difference. YMMV.

I love my cylinder. Maybe ignorance is bliss since I haven't heard a PB.
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They make good end tables? Vibrating chair? Blow dry your hair? ...scratching head...Use it as a stool? Keep your ankles cool?
The PB has a little more extension, little more output. These are measurable. Audible??? With my PVC ears, I probably couldn't tell the difference. YMMV.
I love my cylinder. Maybe ignorance is bliss since I haven't heard a PB.
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funny as it is, u have good points there. i didn't think of it making it a end table, good idea. i could use it as the base of a nice cabinet too or put it on my fridge. hairdryer is difficult coz the ports are on the ground and my yammie sw800 sub is really champion at that, it dries ur hair and help one stop smoking as it can blow out a lighter at 5m distance. i could use the PC as scratchpole for my cat. svs said that the difference is not that audible, so that is not a good excuse to spend 200€ more. but yeah im still doubting and i'm in not so much hurry to buy one. good thing is coz of me waiting to buy, the svs dealer (lsound.eu) has free shipping now,

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yeah it gets u time to think this through and make a good decision for urselfs. most definatly u gonna be happy with the klipsch and a svs sub. mind that u need to enjoy it for the comming decade so there is no reason to not do it right and be done with it.
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Schu & Vegas is a great tip.

You'll save shipping that way...
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http://www.sounddistributors.com/buy...=2422&crid=250 2x RF-82II cherry $999
http://www.sounddistributors.com/buy...d=668&crid=242 open box RC-62II cherry $425
http://www.sounddistributors.com/buy...d=673&crid=248 2xRS-52II black 2x$425
total $2274
if u go to avs and call they probably make a lot better price for u.
CALL Sound Distributors and you will ALWAYS get a better price than any of the prices posted on their website. I got my A-stock 2x RF-7IIs and RC-64II for less than the B-stock prices shown on the website. Plus, both Sound Distributors and Acoustic Sound Design are in Las Vegas so this should be a no-brainer for the OP.
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CALL Sound Distributors and you will ALWAYS get a better price than any of the prices posted on their website. I got my A-stock 2x RF-7IIs and RC-64II for less than the B-stock prices shown on the website. Plus, both Sound Distributors and Acoustic Sound Design are in Las Vegas so this should be a no-brainer for the OP.
that was what i was trying to say. yup thats why i looked that up for him as he is in vegas and so is the SD.

Klipsch fronts 2xRF-82-II 150W 33Hz-24KHz
center RC-64-II 200W 59Hz-24KHz
sides 2xRS-62-II 150W 50Hz-24KHz
rears 2xRB-81-II 150W 44Hz-24KHz
Yamaha RX-A3040 AVR, YST-SW800/YST-SW1500 Subwoofers 1000W RMS 6 Ohm 18-170 hz
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