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SOLD: FS: Klipsch RP-440C Reference Premiere Centre Channel Speaker

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Item Condition: Excellent as new, No box, Walnut
Shipping Options: Pickup available but audition is not available.,Shipping is available at agreed cost.
Suburb or Town: Harrison
State: Australian Capital Territory
Payment Method: Paypal (free friend&family, +3%, Cash on Pickup, Bank transfer
Reason for selling: Not used

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This Klipsch center is highly recommend for home theatre system. I purchased about 2 years ago but used only few times since bought a Thiel SC4 to make it a centre with my Thiel sc2.4 as front. Prefer local pick up or can ship at buyer’s expenses.

RRP: 1,090 in Digital Cinema



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