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Hello Mike let me ask you what you will get for front height RB-61II or RB-81II? All my speakers are in my signature,thanks.
61's would probably be fine, but I would get the 81's. The 81's are a better match. The crossover point is even the same.

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is there an official, or can someone recommend a stand for the RC-62II? I'm going to try to move it in front of the TV stand and out of the cabinet to see if I can improve some of that hollow sounding dialogue. I'm about to test me theory if that's the problem. Gonna use my cheap little automan. Stand needs to be about 20" off the floor.

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Reasonably priced is different things to different people, but I have Salamander Design A/V Furniture (http://www.salamanderdesigns.com) that accommodates my RC-64 very well. They have quite a number of different options available. You can see pictures of it and the rest of my gear by following the link in my signature below. I've also attached one picture to this post as well. Not cheap, but to me its "reasonably priced" for its beauty, functionality and sturdiness.


Good luck with your search.
I've looked a lot at the Salamander Designs stuff and there's something about the styling and two-tone coloration that I just can't get past. For their price range, I really want to love it, not just tolerate it. To each their own, of course. Your setup looks pretty nice though. :-)
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I've looked a lot at the Salamander Designs stuff and there's something about the styling and two-tone coloration that I just can't get past. For their price range, I really want to love it, not just tolerate it. To each their own, of course. Your setup looks pretty nice though. :-)
Agree that you need to love it and just not tolerate it. Hope you find what you're looking for.

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Those Klipsch centers are heavy duty! I had my 75lb Vizio on top of my RC52II for a few months and there wasn't any problems.
This is great to know. Thank you!
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I bought yesterday pre owned Emotiva XPA-3 so I hope it will be nice add to my system and I will be able to do 9.2 system if I will decide or I will be able to power zone 2 and have 7.2 set up. Very excited can't wait.

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I bought yesterday pre owned Emotiva XPA-3 so I hope it will be nice add to my system and I will be able to do 9.2 system if I will decide or I will be able to power zone 2 and have 7.2 set up. Very excited can't wait.
Congrats! I think you will be very happy with a nice amp in your system.
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Congrats! I think you will be very happy with a nice amp in your system.
Thank you it is mine first amplifier so will see, it was a good deal main and AVR can easily drive rest of the speakers.

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Reasonably priced is different things to different people, but I have Salamander Design A/V Furniture (http://www.salamanderdesigns.com) that accommodates my RC-64 very well. They have quite a number of different options available. You can see pictures of it and the rest of my gear by following the link in my signature below. I've also attached one picture to this post as well. Not cheap, but to me its "reasonably priced" for its beauty, functionality and sturdiness.


Good luck with your search.

How do your rf-83 pair with the rc-64. I have rf-3's and wanted to upgrade my center to the rc-64II and wondered if it would be a noticable upgrade to the rc-62 and if it paired well with not the rf-7's
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Do you guy think my receiver is underpowered for the RC62s? It's 90w per channel. That's what Klipsch told me might be the problem with unnatural dialogue. Any way I guess I could try more power and if that doesn't do the trick then I don't know what.

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Do you guy think my receiver is underpowered for the RC62s? It's 90w per channel. That's what Klipsch told me might be the problem with unnatural dialogue. Any way I guess I could try more power and if that doesn't do the trick then I don't know what.
unnatural in what way?

have you applied room correction at all?

isn't the Denon rated at 125wpc? that is MORE THAN enough to get good sound

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unnatural in what way?

have you applied room correction at all?

isn't the Denon rated at 125wpc? that is MORE THAN enough to get good sound
Hmm I thought it was 90 maybe it is 125. Yes I applied room correction. But I set it to off (I know it still applies but I turn audyssey off and it helps a little).

Unnatural as in the best way I can describe it is. The actual music and soudtrack sound wonderfully sweeping and amazing. The dialogue half of the time sounds boxy and tinny. I am not good at describing it and that is the BEST words I can come up with. I mean its' not waaaay off it's off just enough for me to not be satisfied with the dialogue half the time.

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How do your rf-83 pair with the rc-64. I have rf-3's and wanted to upgrade my center to the rc-64II and wondered if it would be a noticable upgrade to the rc-62 and if it paired well with not the rf-7's
The RF-83's and RC-64 (not II) sound wonderful together. they are both very strong performers and work extremely well together. When the RF-83's were being sold, the RC-64 was its matching center. Although I imagine the RC-64 and RC-64II's are pretty similar, I haven't ever heard an RC-64II. So , I don't know for sure any differences or strengths/weaknesses. When I upgraded my L, R, C speakers in 2012 to a used set of RF-83's (L/R) and an RC-64 (C) , I upgraded from RVX-54 Floor-standers (L/R) and a RVX-42 (C). The difference, was obviously huge.

As a reasoned guess, if the RC-64II is anything like my RC-64, upgrading your center to an RC-64II with your very nice RF-3's would be a noticeable upgrade. Good luck!

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The RF-83's and RC-64 (not II) sound wonderful together. they are both very strong performers and work extremely well together. When the RF-83's were being sold, the RC-64 was its matching center. Although I imagine the RC-64 and RC-64II's are pretty similar, I haven't ever heard an RC-64II. So , I don't know for sure any differences or strengths/weaknesses. When I upgraded my L, R, C speakers in 2012 to a used set of RF-83's (L/R) and an RC-64 (C) , I upgraded from RVX-54 Floor-standers (L/R) and a RVX-42 (C). The difference, was obviously huge.

As a reasoned guess, if the RC-64II is anything like my RC-64, upgrading your center to an RC-64II with your very nice RF-3's would be a noticeable upgrade. Good luck!

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Excellent, Thank you for the reply. DO you use an external amp? I was told that they would need 200 RMS for the woofers, not so much the tweeters. Thinking inuke nu46000.

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Excellent, Thank you for the reply. DO you use an external amp? I was told that they would need 200 RMS for the woofers, not so much the tweeters. Thinking inuke nu46000.

Cheers!
No, I don't use an external amp. I have a Yamaha RX-A2010 140W per Channel (8 ohms, 20 Hz-20 kHz, 0.06 % THD with 2 channels driven) which seems to be sufficient power for my 7.1 Klipsch system. YMMV.

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No, I don't use an external amp. I have a Yamaha RX-A2010 140W per Channel (8 ohms, 20 Hz-20 kHz, 0.06 % THD with 2 channels driven) which seems to be sufficient power for my 7.1 Klipsch system. YMMV.
I have a x4000. 125 RMS x2 its about 80rms x7. Do you think that is enough to power that monster?
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is there an official, or can someone recommend a stand for the RC-62II? I'm going to try to move it in front of the TV stand and out of the cabinet to see if I can improve some of that hollow sounding dialogue. I'm about to test me theory if that's the problem. Gonna use my cheap little automan. Stand needs to be about 20" off the floor.
I was gonna get this one. Its very nice for the price.
http://www.amazon.com/Sanus-Systems-...r+stand&dpPl=1

Side topic, not sure if Im late to the game, but anyone notice that BestBuy now carries Reference line stuff? Looks like they changed the numbers up a little and cheapened them up by using the Icon series feet and grills . . . . . I was depressed to see this.
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Just ordered it now ! Very excited, got a killer deal from sounddistributors.com

Now I need to see if I need to buy a amp for it.
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I have a x4000. 125 RMS x2 its about 80rms x7. Do you think that is enough to power that monster?

You'll get widely varied - and passionate, opinions about the need for external amps. I think you might be fine but have a listen when you get the new center and do what you think is the right choice.

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Just ordered it now ! Very excited, got a killer deal from sounddistributors.com

Now I need to see if I need to buy a amp for it.
Do you like to listen to bone crushing levels? If you do then get an amp. I would like an external amp someday but to be honest my 125w/ch Denon 3312 does very well at reference. Even though it only does around 90w/ch with 5 speakers being driven. Now that's with my 7II's and 64. I think an amp will help with clarity at extremely loud levels but I think that's about it. Idk really.

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I have a x4000. 125 RMS x2 its about 80rms x7. Do you think that is enough to power that monster?
Easily!
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I was gonna get this one. Its very nice for the price.
http://www.amazon.com/Sanus-Systems-...r+stand&dpPl=1

Side topic, not sure if Im late to the game, but anyone notice that BestBuy now carries Reference line stuff? Looks like they changed the numbers up a little and cheapened them up by using the Icon series feet and grills . . . . . I was depressed to see this.
Nice center stand but for almost 300.00 it's not so nice IMO

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Nice center stand but for almost 300.00 it's not so nice IMO
It says $77 for me . I would not have posted it for $300 lol.

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You'll get widely varied - and passionate, opinions about the need for external amps. I think you might be fine but have a listen when you get the new center and do what you think is the fright choice.
Very true, I didn't appreciate what an amp could do until I tried it.


I originally ran my Klipsch speakers with an entry-level Marantz 5.1 reciever. Fortunately it had pre-outs and was able to hook up a HK 5 channel amp I found in a pawn shop. Made a huge difference for movies, I could crank it with no distortion.
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It says $77 for me . I would not have posted it for $300 lol.
It says 279.99 hmm

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Very true, I didn't appreciate what an amp could do until I tried it.


I originally ran my Klipsch speakers with an entry-level Marantz 5.1 reciever. Fortunately it had pre-outs and was able to hook up a HK 5 channel amp I found in a pawn shop. Made a huge difference for movies, I could crank it with no distortion.
I'm still going to get an amp down the road.

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I have a x4000. 125 RMS x2 its about 80rms x7. Do you think that is enough to power that monster?
A Denon x4000? That is 125w RMS x 7ch @ 8 ohms. (Oops I forgot they rate those at 2 channels. Carry on and ignore me )

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I bought some Heresy I's.
What is the best way to hook this up to the receiver? Banana to Spade Adapter?

Also I am using these as surrounds and have a chance to get Heresy II's to go with. Can i mix and match or but another set of I's
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It says $77 for me . I would not have posted it for $300 lol.
It also shows 279 for me.

I am using an Ikiea end table at the momoent for my center. Its actually perfect size for my current speaker and height (go figure). But, my brain says "no get something nicer". Let me know how the center works out.

Anyone with a RC-64 what type stand are you using for it?
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