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post #511 of 536 Old 10-25-2011, 02:42 PM
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Hmm, did anybody see the demo at CEDIA? Is anybody using the in-walls they demo'ed in a theater room?

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I just asked a co-worker (known for collecting/hording random av and computer stuff) if he happened to have any old speakers or receivers he might be willing to part with. I was just looking for something in my garage.
Well he went home at lunch and came back with a pair of RBH MC-6CT he said I could Have! Additionally, he Gave me Denon AVR 2805! I feel like I just won the lottery. Can't wait to get home.
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Nice friend. I wish that I could be a friend like that.
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I'm waiting to receive an RBH MC-414C I won on ebay for $51 and another Rotel RB 970BX but in the meantime I had to hook these guys up and see what the Denon AVR-2805 could do with them. Well they sound incredible. The only other personal, in-home experience I have with nice spearkers is a set of Klipsch Bookshelf RB-61s and SW-450 sub. These have much better imaging, can't wait to listen to some 5.1 with the new center and add the Rotel amps.
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I'm waiting to receive an RBH MC-414C I won on ebay for $51 and another Rotel RB 970BX but in the meantime I had to hook these guys up and see what the Denon AVR-2805 could do with them. Well they sound incredible. The only other personal, in-home experience I have with nice spearkers is a set of Klipsch Bookshelf RB-61s and SW-450 sub. These have much better imaging, can't wait to listen to some 5.1 with the new center and add the Rotel amps.


Nice! RBH makes some good stuff.
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Guys, you can now talk to us for your RBH needs. These are wonderful speakers. I have owned several different models of the RBH family. I currently own 661-SE's in Burled Walnut and 661-SE in painted black. I also have some of their Architectural in-wall speakers. The SI-760's. Back in the 90's when I first purchased the SI-760's, RBH was one of the few companies that I could find that designed in-wall speakers with an enclosure, not just a back box stuck on.

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Wow this thread hasn't been used in a while! I have an EMP Tek setup in the making and wanted to know if the RBH ceiling speakers are worth getting for a setup with E55ti speakers. looking at the RBH Sound TK-615 and want to see if anyone else has them and if they are worth it or not

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Wow this thread hasn't been used in a while! I have an EMP Tek setup in the making and wanted to know if the RBH ceiling speakers are worth getting for a setup with E55ti speakers. looking at the RBH Sound TK-615 and want to see if anyone else has them and if they are worth it or not

I have not heard those in ceiling speakers, but I have listened to and owned many of RBH's speakers. They make a quality product, based on solid engineering. If we can help you with selection, drop us an email.

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Wow this thread hasn't been used in a while! I have an EMP Tek setup in the making and wanted to know if the RBH ceiling speakers are worth getting for a setup with E55ti speakers. looking at the RBH Sound TK-615 and want to see if anyone else has them and if they are worth it or not

I haven't heard them specifically, but like the other member, RBH make great speakers. So, they would probably be pretty good.
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Awesome thank you, I might have to take you up on that offer soon when I get a little bit more done with this room and need to get at least 2 of the ceiling.

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I have not heard those in ceiling speakers, but I have listened to and owned many of RBH's speakers. They make a quality product, based on solid engineering. If we can help you with selection, drop us an email.


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I'm new to AVS so I wanted to shout out to the other RBH owners! I have 661 SEs for LRC, 1010 SEN sub + SA400 amp, and I had been using 44 SEs for surrounds but I got a pair of VM-615 in-ceiling speakers as a replacement since the media room I'm building doesn't have a good spot for on-wall surrounds.

I actually couldn't wait until I put drywall up to hear the VM 615s so I ghetto rigged them up just to listen



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Recently realized I never posted a pic after getting me center, so here ya go:
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Center is angled up and mains are off the wall about 10" and toed in.
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I'm new to AVS so I wanted to shout out to the other RBH owners! I have 661 SEs for LRC, 1010 SEN sub + SA400 amp, and I had been using 44 SEs for surrounds but I got a pair of VM-615 in-ceiling speakers as a replacement since the media room I'm building doesn't have a good spot for on-wall surrounds.


I actually couldn't wait until I put drywall up to hear the VM 615s so I ghetto rigged them up just to listen



I've got the 661SER's for LRC and a pair of the 1010's too. Been using an old set of cambridge for the surrounds as RBH 44 are too big. How are those in walls?
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Recently realized I never posted a pic after getting me center, so here ya go:
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Center is angled up and mains are off the wall about 10" and toed in.
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Thanks shamus.
Obviously I got a new tv too.
Those MC 6Ts are loving the Rotel RB 970BX amps (bridged mono 180w each).
The sub is rotated 90 degrees, pointing into the corner. Sounds fuller throughout the room.
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I have some 661-SE's and the SI-760's. Had these for many years. great sounding speakers. Here is my Burled Walnut 661-SE: http://i243.photobucket.com/albums/ff112/mjg100photo/Downstairs%20room/P1000504.jpg
Here is what the SI-760's look like installed (grill off): http://i243.photobucket.com/albums/ff112/mjg100photo/Downstairs%20room/P1000505.jpg
Grill in place: http://i243.photobucket.com/albums/ff112/mjg100photo/Downstairs%20room/P1000495.jpg
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I am in the process of desiging a new home with a home theater and my builder prefers RBH in ceiling or in wall speakers. I am not sold on in walls so I am looking at the medium priced free standing ones. My room is 2700 cubic feet: 15X18X10 with one door and now windows. It will be used for a mix of 50:50 movies and music. I like my sound levels to be a bit below reference and my timber to be accurate but not overly bright. I am not looking to peel the paint from the walls; just a good movie and music immersive experiences. Cost is an issue but size is not since this is MY room (as granted by the Wife as part of the deal to build a new home for her).

I have not been able to hear any of these speakers so I am cautious about the brand or the model. My previous experience has been mostly with older NHT 2.9 and 1.5 speakers. I like that sound but am looking to move up a bit. My budget for 7.1 speakers is $3000-4000 so that puts me in the range of many many brands and models.

What model would you guys suggest and why?
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For Theater this set is good:

- RBH SX-8300/R (Fronts); SX-6300/R (Back Surrounds); SX-6100C/R (Center) + 2 SVS PB-13 Ultra Subs.

This is to be connected with an ADA Cinema Rapture, that provides 300watts per channel into 4 ohms, and these work at 4 ohms.
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I just demoed the SX-8300/R earlier today. I am trying to decide between these and the Revel F-208's (yeah I know the 8300/R's retail for $1k more).

I was very impressed with these speakers and wonder why they don't get more love. confused.gif

I loved the F-208's. I auditioned them last week and plan on listening to them again but based on what I've heard so far the 8300R's at least match or maybe surpass the Revels in every category (tweeter, mids, bass).

Depending on where you're located, it could be impossible to demo these speakers but they deserve serious consideration if they are in your price range. smile.gif
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I think they don't get much love just because most people just don't know about them or have never heard them.

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I just demoed the SX-8300/R earlier today. I am trying to decide between these and the Revel F-208's (yeah I know the 8300/R's retail for $1k more).

I was very impressed with these speakers and wonder why they don't get more love. confused.gif

I loved the F-208's. I auditioned them last week and plan on listening to them again but based on what I've heard so far the 8300R's at least match or maybe surpass the Revels in every category (tweeter, mids, bass).

Depending on where you're located, it could be impossible to demo these speakers but they deserve serious consideration if they are in your price range. smile.gif

If I were to buy speakers today, I would get the RBH SX-8300 (less expensive than the SX-8300/R).

IMO the SX-8300 is the best speakers in the $5K range.

1st, you can use it as a traditional passive 3-way tower. It's the same old passive tower like Revel Salon2, B&W 800D2, KEF 207/2, etc.

2nd, you can use it as an ACTIVE bi-amped tower, unlike the Salon2, 800D2, 207/2. This is where the SX-8300 (and more expensive SX-8300/R) shines. You can output the LFE from the processor/AVR to an external amp (sub amp or any appropriate amp within the power rating, which is usually 200-400W into 4ohms). Then output from the amp to the bass portion of the SX-8300 binding posts (while the top binding posts get the usual speaker wire). Now you can actively control the bass level of the SX-8300.

The bass capability of each SX-8300 tower is almost the equivalent of one SX-1010N subwoofer. So 2 towers is almost equivalent to dual SX-1010N subs. This will yield generous tight punchy high quality musical tower bass.

I wish all big towers were like the SX-8300, unlike the Salon2, 800D2, and 207/2, etc.

If I were a multimillionaire, I would get five RBH Status Acoustics 8T towers, which is about $50K/pair. But for those who can only afford 10 times LESS, the SX-8300 is my favorite speaker for $5K (actually street price is a lot less).
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If I were to buy speakers today, I would get the RBH SX-8300 (less expensive than the SX-8300/R).

IMO the SX-8300 is the best speakers in the $5K range.

1st, you can use it as a traditional passive 3-way tower. It's the same old passive tower like Revel Salon2, B&W 800D2, KEF 207/2, etc.

2nd, you can use it as an ACTIVE bi-amped tower, unlike the Salon2, 800D2, 207/2. This is where the SX-8300 (and more expensive SX-8300/R) shines. You can output the LFE from the processor/AVR to an external amp (sub amp or any appropriate amp within the power rating, which is usually 200-400W into 4ohms). Then output from the amp to the bass portion of the SX-8300 binding posts (while the top binding posts get the usual speaker wire). Now you can actively control the bass level of the SX-8300.

The bass capability of each SX-8300 tower is almost the equivalent of one SX-1010N subwoofer. So 2 towers is almost equivalent to dual SX-1010N subs. This will yield generous tight punchy high quality musical tower bass.

I wish all big towers were like the SX-8300, unlike the Salon2, 800D2, and 207/2, etc.

If I were a multimillionaire, I would get five RBH Status Acoustics 8T towers, which is about $50K/pair. But for those who can only afford 10 times LESS, the SX-8300 is my favorite speaker for $5K (actually street price is a lot less).

AcuDefTechGuy,
I can't disagree with anything you've said and I came very close to purchasing the RBH SX-8300/R. But a day after posting my original comments on the 8300/R...I gave the Revel F208's a 2nd audition and decided to purchase them.biggrin.gif



Perhaps if I was able to do a direct comparison I might have chosen RBH. But after another listen to the Revels, they just sounded a bit more natural to my ears and the bass was not as boomy as the SX-8300/R's. This is just my opinion after hearing both speakers within a 24 hour period in completely different environments with different equipment. Another thing that swayed me away from RBH was that the matching RBH center speaker in the series SX-6100C/R is WAY out of my price range.eek.gif I wasn't able to audition it, as even the local RBH rep said he couldn't afford one in his system, and I would have had to purchase a center speaker from one of the other cheaper RBH lines. The Revel F-208 & C-208 were within my price range and I knew how they performed. I'm sure one of the other RBH center speakers would have performed nicely but it came down to purchasing a known vs. an unknown.


I'm happy with my purchase of the Revels but I would highly recommend RBH to anyone who could afford them! smile.gif If you're going to spend that kind of money, you're doing yourself an injustice by not considering this brand if you have that option.



And I thought it was the other way around; isn't the SX-8300/R less expensive than the SX-8300??confused.gif
The RBH product line is so damn confusing.
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I can't disagree with anything you've said and I came very close to purchasing the RBH SX-8300/R. But a day after posting my original comments on the 8300/R...I gave the Revel F208's a 2nd audition and decided to purchase them.biggrin.gif



Perhaps if I was able to do a direct comparison I might have chosen RBH. But after another listen to the Revels, they just sounded a bit more natural to my ears and the bass was not as boomy as the SX-8300/R's. This is just my opinion after hearing both speakers within a 24 hour period in completely different environments with different equipment. Another thing that swayed me away from RBH was that the matching RBH center speaker in the series SX-6100C/R is WAY out of my price range.eek.gif I wasn't able to audition it, as even the local RBH rep said he couldn't afford one in his system, and I would have had to purchase a center speaker from one of the other cheaper RBH lines. The Revel F-208 & C-208 were within my price range and I knew how they performed. I'm sure one of the other RBH center speakers would have performed nicely but it came down to purchasing a known vs. an unknown.


I'm happy with my purchase of the Revels but I would highly recommend RBH to anyone who could afford them! smile.gif If you're going to spend that kind of money, you're doing yourself an injustice by not considering this brand if you have that option.



And I thought it was the other way around; isn't the SX-8300/R less expensive than the SX-8300??confused.gif
The RBH product line is so damn confusing.

It's all about personal preference and getting the best match and integration.

With the SX-8300 (unlike all the passive towers) you could increase, decrease, and equalize the 8" bass trio independently of the mid/treble. If the room causes the bass to sound too boomy, equalizing just the bass may fix that. Otherwise, you could independently lower the bass level. You cannot do that with any other passive towers.

The SX-8300 (MSRP $5,000) is almost $1,000 less than the SX-8300/R (MSRP $5,900). I can't tell an audible difference between them. The SX-8300/R does have a higher power handling (500W vs 400W), but nothing big to me.

Also, the matching Center is the SX-661C, which has an MSRP of $900, so we know dealer cost would be a lot less. biggrin.gif

http://rbhsound.com/sx661c.php

I don't see the need for the much bigger SX-6100C ($2600) or SX-6100C/R ($3750).

In the end, any of these brands (RBH, Revel, KEF, etc.) would be very pleasing.

If the Revel sounds better to you, then choosing the Revel was the correct decision.

It's about personal preference and getting the best match and integration for sure.

For you, it is the Revel.

For me, it would be the RBH.

Anyone who owns the SX-8300 or SX-T2 who wants to trade me straight up for my piano gloss red mahogany Philharmonic 3 speakers, please let me know. biggrin.gif

I would also trade the SX-6300 for my Focal 826V or Dynaudio X32. biggrin.gif
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Anyone who owns the SX-8300 or SX-T2 who wants to trade me straight up for my piano gloss red mahogany Philharmonic 3 speakers, please let me know. biggrin.gif

I would also trade the SX-6300 for my Focal 826V or Dynaudio X32. biggrin.gif

I see you didn't mention you'd be willing to trade your Salon2's.biggrin.gif
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Hi guys can somebody tell me a price for in ceiling speakers RBH VM 615,vm 815 and mc 815.What is difference between vc and mc .Did somebody try these and have some opinion .Thanks Ales

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