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Old 4th June 2013, 05:11 PM   #1
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Default klipsch rf-7 crossover upgrade / jeff glowacki

I have a pair of klipsch rf-7 that I like for digital surround movies and music . But as we all know they can be quite harsh when listening to 2 channel music . Jeff Glowacki completely overhauled crossover with caps from kimber and sonic cap gen 1 and mills res.. After three days of playing about 20 hours ...these speakers are unbelievable . No just not imagining !!! They sound better in every aspect ... detail ..seperation... tighter bass ! Dont hesitate to spend the money ! You will not be dissapointed . Worth every penny !!! No more listening fatigue !
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