Looking to upgrade my current LCR speakers which are the Kenwood LS-X1F THX Ultra vertical D'Appolito array LCRs. The RBH 661-SE seems to have similar specs, although it is rated a bit better on the low end (goes down to 50Hz instead of 80), although I'd probably keep the crossover on my preamp to 80hz as that's THX spec. Keeps a flatter curve as far as I know between the subs and the monitors.
Just wondering what kind of performance I can expect out of the RBHs. Also I've had the Kenwoods for over 10 years and they've worked great this whole time and have at least several more years on them, except for the center channel which has been dropped a few times, but still sounds great...just has some crunches and dings in it now, so am looking for a speaker package that will last a long time as well.
Any info people can give would be great.
Driving the Kenwoods with Integra Research RDC-7.1 preamp and B&K 200.7 amp.
Also looking at Outlaw LCR, Ascend CMT-340-SE LCR, AV123 x-cs LCR, Klipsch KL-650-THX and Atlantic Technologies 6200e LCR speakers.
Yeah, I have a thing for "D" array speakers. I mostly watch movies and play games on the system and the controlled directivity that a D array gives you just works better for this stuff, IMO.
Anyhow, looking for input. Thanks in advance.