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post #5461 of 5468 Old 05-11-2017, 03:17 AM
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I am new to the forum. I currently have have Klipsch synergy F-3 fronts, 4 synergy S-3 along with a C-3 center. I have a deal lined up to get a an RC-7 and a pair of RF-7's for $800. My question is.. can i mix the 4 S-3s with the RF series? Or would I be better off selling all of it and building from the RF series?
You'd probably be better off starting a new thread in the speakers section for more replies to your questions.
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Hello,

I am new to the forum. I currently have have Klipsch synergy F-3 fronts, 4 synergy S-3 along with a C-3 center. I have a deal lined up to get a an RC-7 and a pair of RF-7's for $800. My question is.. can i mix the 4 S-3s with the RF series? Or would I be better off selling all of it and building from the RF series?

Like the quote below, you will have a lot more response if you start your own thread, or ask in a Klipsch related thread.
But, I think you would be fine with R*7 series in the front with a none matching series for your surrounds, not has important as your 3 fronts.

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You'd probably be better off starting a new thread in the speakers section for more replies to your questions.

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On this very well advise.


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I can finally stop answering the question "when are you getting a matching center?". I can't get more matching than this.
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Well, I just purchased the Polk LSiM 707s and 706c to demonstrate - the friends and family discount push me to buy them. I was only going to buy the 707s and see how they blend with my existing center and surrounds, but at the last minute, I decided that I needed to at least have the front stage match. Oh well, I hope I am not disappointed. I will consider the LSiM surrounds when the next friends and family deal comes around. I now need to get the TV on the wall and bring the center up higher.

I don't officially have them yet though.

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Got them, so far so good.


HT Configuration: 7.2.4 l Panasonic Plasma (65") l Denon X4300H l Mono 7 amp l Behringer FBQ3102 EQ l Polk LSiM 707s l Polk LSiM 706c l Polk FXi-30 (x4) l Infinity ERS-610 (x4) - Atmos l SVS PB-2000 l Polk PSW 505 (temp) l Oppo BD-93 l Denon CD player/Turntable 1 Cassette Deck l

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I purchased the Polks also except the LSiM 703 bookshelf. I never knew Polk even made this level of speaker, I have high expectations, but unfortunately mine are on backorder. Did a lot of research but when these went on sale it was an easy decision for me.
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Hi there just moved to 5.2 recently.

Fronts: Q Acoustics 3050
Center: Q Acoustics 3090c
Surrounds: Q Acoustics 3020
Subwoofers (2 one at each side of the room): SVS SB-2000
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Hi there just moved to 5.2 recently.

Fronts: Q Acoustics 3050
Center: Q Acoustics 3090c
Surrounds: Q Acoustics 3020
Subwoofers (2 one at each side of the room): SVS SB-2000
Nice subs for the money, and really good for music.

KEF R500, R200C, R100, SVS SB2000 sub, NAD T758 receiver, Pro-Ject RPM1 TT w/ Sumiko Pearl, Bluesound Vault2, Sony BDP-S480 BlueRay player, Samsung UN55JU6500F 4K LED TV, KEF M500 headphones, Sony CDP-CE500 CD changer.
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Currently running a Marantz NR1506 with a pair of Elac B6's, but I am looking to upgrade the fronts right now. The Elac's feel a little dark for my taste. Great speakers for a small room if you don't need a sub.
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