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  1. Audio Gear
    I'm trying to find a pair of RP-8000f's in piano black. I work for a custom install home theater company, and our Klipsch rep informed me today that they discontinued these speakers in piano black, even though they are still listed on the Klipsch website. So if anyone has a pair, or know of...
  2. Audio Gear
    Hello All, New to the group. I am looking to build out my system and am in need of 4 piano black SVS Ultra Surrounds. If anyone has some gently used and would like to sell them please let me know. Thanks much for the support.
  3. DIY Speakers and Subs
    As a first time builder of speakers, I wanted to make my project as simple as I can and minimize potential errors where I can. I can remember being a young lad in international stereo looking at those nuance speakers that seemed to have a giant cloth sock or heavy grill cloth covering the entire...
  4. Audio Gear
    SOLD - Up for sale are a perfecting matching set of Paradigm Reference Studio 100 and CC-690 v.5 speakers in gloss black. This is an ideal front left, center, right trio for a serious home theater. They create an amazing front sound stage with excellent imaging and represent the pinnacle of the...
  5. Audio Gear
    Up for sale are my flawless B&W Diamond 803 D2 piano black audiophile speakers. KEY DETAILS: A. # of owners: ONE I’m the original owner B. Age: - 3 YRS I bought them less than 3 yrs ago from Magnolia (5 yr warranty from B&W still in effect) C. Listening...
  6. Audio Gear
    FS: One pair of Dynaudio Focus 260 floor standing loudspeakers in piano gloss black. *SOLD*
  7. Subwoofers, Bass, and Transducers
    I live in a country across the pond (no need to mentionwhich one) and I do envy you guys in the U.S. where the prices of good subs arerelatively inexpensive. Just to give you an idea of what we’re paying overhere, the SVS PB/SB-1000 goes for $820, the SB-2000 $1,050 and the Rythmik LH12R$1,270...
  8. DIY Speakers and Subs
    DIY Guide: High Gloss / Piano Black Finish Since I had a few people asking about it, figured I'd create a quick post on how to get a nice glossy finish. There's no secret to it really, just a bit of work. Don't expect to just spray something out of a rattle can and have a nice surface when it...
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