Eosone RSF1000 & RSC 300

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  1. Ian_J

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    Two main RSF1000 and a Center RSC 300 for sale. They're in excellent working condition but have some cosmetic damage to the caps (top of the speaker) & some stains on the grills. These are excellent speakers.

    Will sell for $500.00 or trade for quality amp or subwoofer.

    http://www.eosone.com/htrsf1000b.htm

    Must be local due to weight.
    Frederick, Maryland
    RSF1000

    Overall Frequency Response
    26Hz - 22kHz
    Recommended
    Amplification (8 ohm)
    40W min, 175W max
    Sensitivity
    89dB
    Subwoofer Amplifier Power
    peak power 225W
    continuous power 120W
    Driver Complement
    2 x .75" (19mm)
    titanium dome tweeters
    1 x 4" (100mm) midrange
    2 x 6.5" (165mm) mid/woofers
    2 x 10" (254mm) woofers
    Enclosure Type
    sealed subenclosures
    for midrange, mid/woofers
    bass reflex for powered woofers
    Crossover Frequencies
    front elements: 850Hz, 5.2 kHz
    rear elements: 5kHz
    powered woofers: adjustable,
    50-100Hz
    Nominal Impedance
    compatible with 8ohm amplifiers
    Dimensions (h x w x d)
    49"H x 13"W x 18.8"D
    124.5cm H x 33cm W x 47.8cm D
    Weight
    116lbs
     
  2. Ian_J

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    Let me know if anybody needs pics.

    Additional information about the damaged areas:


    The top plate of the speaker was damaged by a moving company about 12 months ago. The top plate is attached with 4 pegs (similar to those that hold the grill on)- when the movers picked up the speaker I forgot to tell them to remove the top plate or to carry it upright. Unfortunately, they turned the speaker on its side and the top plate hit the floor causing a chip and a split along the veneer finish.
    The rear firing tweeter was dented, but it hasn't effected the performance of the tweeter. The grill cloth has a couple of discolored areas that can only be seen in direct sunlight (I couldn't even get them to show up on camera).
    I'm happy to demo the speakers.
     
  3. Ian_J

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    Did you ever sell these?
     
  5. Ian_J

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    No, I did not sell them. Several people inquired about them but they never sold.
     
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    DOh!
     
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    If you still have them, I'd be interested
     
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