[QUOTE=lemonslush;26033042]Looking for any one who has the rc 62 II and upgraded to the Rc64II. I have been thinking about upgrading and spoke to Klipsch about it. They said I wouldn't see a difference in clarity, more so it would just be louder. I currently have older Reference series setup and they said the tweeter and timber matching would be fine. I would love to get RF-7 but I don't have the room, I figured upgrade the center over the towers as the system is for movies.
Klipsch also said I would need to give the rc64 200rms and suggested I get a 3 channel amp to run my fronts. I did some math and its about a $1400 investment to upgrade my center channel and get a new amp for them (nu4-6000, including cables).
Any one who has done this or even owns the Rc64II do you think its worth the extra cost? Is it something I can quantify purchasing. I find at -10 with my x4000 its about as loud as I like to comfortably watch movies. Not sure if I need the extra power, or do I? my rooms 3,377 cubic feet.
Your room is pretty big size I will definitely think about RF-7 set. People have those in lot smaller rooms.
From pictures looks like you have a room for them.
It is very commend talking here about center. Some people get RC-64II center and keep tower like RF-82II or RF-62II and they love it, other will tell you those are not timber matched together so it is better to decide to get RF-7 set up or keep RC-62II and tower for this center. Like you said RF-7 set will be great with extra amp but this can be last thing on your list, Klipsch speakers even RF-7 are easy to drive so your AVR will do great with it. If you budget is ok i will look for RF-7 set up a specially now is kind of good time for better deals.
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