I guess I should subscribe to this thread since I technically own RBH speakers now
RBH also makes Status Acoustics and EMP speakers.
I was willing to sell all my speakers including Revel Salon2, B&W 802D2, KEF Reference 201/2, Linkwitz Orion 3.2.1, Philharmonic 3, Dynaudio X32, Focal 826V, TAD 2201, ATC SCM7, Funk 18.0 subs, Rythmik D15SE subs, etc., for RBH speakers. And I am completely happy.
Thanks AcuDefTechGuy, it seems that reviews for some products are hard to come by hence the request for personal experiences.
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I own 661SE's and SI-760's. The 661SE's are just about the same speaker. As stated, paired with a good subwoofer or two, would make for a nice two channel book shelf system. If you have any questions, give us a call, as an owner and dealer, I would be happy to answer your questions.
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Thanks for the info. I've narrowed the speaker selection down to the RBHs and Triad's Inroom Gold MiniMonitors or their Inroom Omni Se. Any thoughts/comments on the Triad speakers? Will try to scour the web for more feedback.
I'm not sure. I just got the denon. I'll have to check it out. I ran the audyssey and that's about it. Should I have on the volume eq?
Turn off Dynamic Volume. Make sure Dynamic EQ is turned on.
Audyssey is just a starting point to me. I think Audyssey sets the bass way too low for one thing. I usually manually adjust a few things like XO and speaker & subs levels. After you make sure Dynamic EQ is in fact on, try increasing the level of the 1010 subwoofers.
If you still can't get the 1010 subs to sound dynamic and punchy, also do what I do.
Pretty much all the home automation (like Audyssey, ARC, Dirac, Trinnov) set every speaker and sub to 75dB. In contrast, professional theaters set every speaker and sub to 85dB. So I go for in-between and set everything to 80dB.
But again, the bass level (the 1010) is highly subjective. You may increase the sub levels by 3dB or 6dB if necessary.