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Klipsch Synergy speakers frequency range

Hi everybody I have a question on Klipsch Synergy speakers frequency range.

I have 4 Klipsch B-10 that have a range of 64Hz-23KHz ± 3dB
http://www.klipsch.com/b-10-bookshelf-speakers/details

I want to buy the S-10 for my future 7.1 system but I can't figureout why the S-10 have a range of 95Hz-23KHz ± 3dB
http://www.klipsch.com/s-10-surround...s-pair/details

My center channel and surrounds have a range lower then 80Hz becuse I want my sub at 80Hz
but these surrounds, supposed to be the same package as the B-10, don't have the same frequency.

Same for the B-20 and S-20

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Your surrounds play different content from the front, and there is generally very little bass content coming from them. This is a very common trend and nothing to worry about.

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Your surrounds play different content from the front, and there is generally very little bass content coming from them. This is a very common trend and nothing to worry about.
If you can garanty that no sound between 80Hz and 95Hz will ever play from the surrounds than I think these speakers will do the job.
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Does your receiver have variable crossover frequencies for each channel (or pairs of channels)? use that to set the crossover higher for surrounds.

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Many receivers can set different crossovers for the front, center and surround speakers. What AVR do you have?

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I don't have the receiver yet so I can consider one with this capability.
Something like the Pioneer SC-81 would be interesting ?

http://www.pioneerelectronics.ca/POC...eceivers/SC-81
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I would go for something from Denon, Audyssey is a better room EQ in my opinion and you don't pay a premium for the Elite badge. The Denon AVR-X2000 is discounted a lot on Amazon, or the X1000 if you don't need 7.1. I wouldn't spend more than $300-400.

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I would go for something from Denon, Audyssey is a better room EQ in my opinion and you don't pay a premium for the Elite badge. The Denon AVR-X2000 is discounted a lot on Amazon, or the X1000 if you don't need 7.1. I wouldn't spend more than $300-400.
For what feature should I be looking to have this channel crossover option ?

http://ca.denon.com/ca/Product/Pages...7-7da7fb8f427e
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For what feature should I be looking to have this channel crossover option ?

http://ca.denon.com/ca/Product/Pages...7-7da7fb8f427e
Audyssey MultEQ lets you set individual crossovers. The X series comes with a better version, MultEQ XT, that provides better resolution. The best version, MultEQ XT32 with SubEQ HT is available on the X4000. www.accessories4less.com is a good place to get factory refurbished units with warranties.

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Probably:

Variable High/Low Pass Crossover Points (12/24dB) - 40/60/80/100/ 120/150/200/250

But download the manual and make sure they can be set differently for each channel (or pair).

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Thanks a lot for the information.

I think an amp equiped with the Audyssey offers a lot of control.
I'm a fan of Pioneer so far but I read a lot that Audyssey is better then MCACC.

Sound quality is very important, maximising your room potential, so I'll be looking for this kind of amp for my future project.
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