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I have a pair of RF-3 II's that I removed the plastic little foot stand things from to clean them up and haven't put them back on.
I'm thinking I might want a pair of small speaker stands to put these on, does anyone recommend a nice speaker stand for these, not too tall?

Or is that not really needed for these?
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I have a pair of RF-3 II's that I removed the plastic little foot stand things from to clean them up and haven't put them back on.
I'm thinking I might want a pair of small speaker stands to put these on, does anyone recommend a nice speaker stand for these, not too tall?

Or is that not really needed for these?
Hmmm. Any reason you don't want to put the feet back on?

Insofar as stands go and if you had a sub taking up the lower end, you may try purchasing a couple of cheap wooden, unfinished, footstools to raise them up about a foot and get the horns to ear level--Even then you would at least want to put those rubber bumpers between the speaker and the wood.
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I work at a Harvey Norman in chch, we have a last pair of 82s in stock.
Pretty much make a reasonable offer and they are yours


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I have got all my speakers with the exception of rf83 from northwood harvey norman lol
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Hmmm. Any reason you don't want to put the feet back on?

Insofar as stands go and if you had a sub taking up the lower end, you may try purchasing a couple of cheap wooden, unfinished, footstools to raise them up about a foot and get the horns to ear level--Even then you would at least want to put those rubber bumpers between the speaker and the wood.
Well I took them off to clean them and thought the speaker looked a lot better without them. They are just some cheap plastic and don't really raise them any just keep them from tipping over. I don't know if even the two speakers need to be raised? Once I get my seating in there I can tell a lot better if they are ear level or not. I might just need some different kind of something to go on the bottom to raise them a little, and not stands. The newer Klipsch speakers seem to have those carpet spike things, but these are so old they don't have that stuff.
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Well I took them off to clean them and thought the speaker looked a lot better without them. They are just some cheap plastic and don't really raise them any just keep them from tipping over. I don't know if even the two speakers need to be raised? Once I get my seating in there I can tell a lot better if they are ear level or not. I might just need some different kind of something to go on the bottom to raise them a little, and not stands. The newer Klipsch speakers seem to have those carpet spike things, but these are so old they don't have that stuff.
if you don't mind spending a little moolah these things work ten times better, way more stable and they really class up just about any speaker.

http://www.soundocity.com
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if you don't mind spending a little moolah these things work ten times better, way more stable and they really class up just about any speaker.



http://www.soundocity.com

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if you don't mind spending a little moolah these things work ten times better, way more stable and they really class up just about any speaker.

http://www.soundocity.com
Those are nice! Thanks for the link
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if you don't mind spending a little moolah these things work ten times better, way more stable and they really class up just about any speaker.

http://www.soundocity.com
Those are very nice! The gold nickel would look awesome on my 7's. Spendy but worth it. I can already picture it. Honey I'm gonna order these ok? Like h3ll you are!!!

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I have got all my speakers with the exception of rf83 from northwood harvey norman lol

Hah awesome


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