Ok here is my small review and opinion of the RF-7ii vs Cornwalls.
There is no clear cut winner here. The 7s have a sparkle to them that i have not heard in any other speaker. They have this sound like its in the room right in front of you vs a sound that is coming out of a speaker.The detail or sparkle of the 7s is clean and clear it gives a realism thats really awesome for movies.
The cornwalls are amazing speakers that have a really powerful big sound.The bass is tight and powerful. The voice is probably the biggest i have heard yet from a set of speakers. Music has a sound that is hard to explain. Its almost like a drug that makes you want to listen to more and more. Each instrument is large and separate from the others.
But really the two speakers sound really close to each other. And now I can see why klipsch almost called the RF-7 the RF-Heritage.They are really that close. With now owning two of the older klipsch models (quartet and these) its clear to me that the RF-7ii are right in the mix as some of klipsch best speakers (sound wise).
However I can also see why the Heritage speaker have a cult like following. They are beautiful speakers that is like a high quality piece of furniture. They also appear to be bullet proof speakers that will probably last forever. It was not easy to take them out of my main system. I miss them already and its only been a few hours since i moved them up stairs lol.
If i had to pic a winner I would say the cornwalls have a tiny edge. But it was like i would listen to the 7s and think these are better then i would switch to the corns and think no these are better and so on.