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retroRMS

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Near New,

 

Collection from Stanmore Bay, Auckland or I can deliver (by mutual Agreement) almost anywhere in Auckland.
Double Vaccinated and will wear a mask. Contactless dropoff or collection. 

 

Enclosed in a premium, limited edition finish - The Reference Premiere RP-260F Piano Black floor standing speaker takes your movies and music to the next level. Crisp highs and deep bass effortlessly fill a large room with lifelike sound. Your friends will be jealous - your neighbours will be pissed.

 

New price was $1995.00

 

Make me an Offer!

 

Features:

 

  • Limited Edition Piano Black Finish
  • 1" Linear Travel Suspension Titanium Tweeter
  • Dual 6.5" Spun Copper Cerametallic Cone Woofers
  • 90x90 Hybrid Tractrix Horn
  • All New Tractrix Port
  • MDF Cabinet with Brushed Polymer Veneer Baffle Finish
  • Strong, Flexible Removable Grille
  • Dimensions: 39.6” x 9.01” x 17.65”

    Call me on 021777898

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

https://www.klipsch.com/products/rp-260f-piano-black

 

https://d2um2qdswy1tb0.cloudfront.net/product-specsheets/RP-260F-Spec-Sheet.pdf

 

 


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  #2805197 1-Nov-2021 11:26
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Hey there, as a new member you may not be aware listings need to include a price: "Post as much information as possible, including an asking price." https://www.geekzone.co.nz/forums.asp?forumid=77&topicid=17043 

 

Good luck selling your speakers, though!

 

 

 

 


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  #2805210 1-Nov-2021 11:49
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@retroRMS Just wondering if these are actually Piano Black. The label you show says Ebony Cherry and the photos show what looks like a vinyl wrap finish with a 'wood grain' effect. Piano Black is high-gloss, lacquer-type finish - quite a specific look and your photos don't really look like that.





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  #2805311 1-Nov-2021 13:03
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Thanks, for pointing out my error. 
They come in both "Ebony, Cherry". These ones are Ebony.
The asking price is $1100. Ono

 

I will try to edit the post. (Sorry, first-timer!)

 

 

 

Here is the correct spec link:
https://www.klipsch.com/products/rp-260f


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