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Thanks for your opinion/experience, but the RF7 is a much different speaker than the RP. It uses a 1.75" CD (much larger than the PSA) a much larger horn, etc.....



Not saying it would change your opinion but for the person asking the question it doesn't really help since the two lines are very different in design.


Yes. That is why I said what I said in the beginning. Perhaps someone who has compared 280 and 7ii could share how different they are to each other to inform the OP. No one has directly compared the 7ii and PSA 210 so was trying to give some perspective. Let the OP decide whether it was useful or not.


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I agree, $650 as Ladeback suggests, is a good price if in good shape. However, be aware that the CDT-5800C's are typically discounted by many authorized online retailers for 1/2 price...can be found new for $200 each. And contrary to what some may suggests, it is not necessary to match your other speakers for Atmos duty. Many, including myself, have excellent Atmos performance utilizing ceiling speakers costing far less...i.e. $50 - $100 each.
Thanks for the info. I will grab this set since this is version II also.
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I too have a newer AVR (no S-Video) and haven't watched an LD in years. Thanks for the Amazon link...I will need to get an adapter too.
I have one of those adapters and works great. 😉
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Does anyone know of shops in Virginia that may have the rf-7 and rc-64 set up to be heard.
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I have one of those adapters and works great. 😉
Thanks! I'm ordering one now!

Epson: 5040UB | Elite: 115" Fixed Frame CinemaScope (2.35:1) | Onkyo: TX-NR636 (5.2.2) | Klipsch: RF-7 II's, RC-64 II, RS-62 II, RB-61 II MICCA: M-8C (Atmos) x 6 | SVS: PB16-Ultra x 2 | Philips: BDP7501 Oppo: UDP-203
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Does anyone know of shops in Virginia that may have the rf-7 and rc-64 set up to be heard.
You might also want to check the thread below from time to time.. @popalock in Chantilly has RF-7II's and RC-64II's but last I saw, he was abroad in the Middle East...and if you ever get the chance to see/hear his set up, it's his subs that will literally "blow you away."

The "I'll demo my speakers for other enthusiasts" thread

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