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I'm a big proponent of having all of the speakers in a given setup be from within the same series. If the R-28F's are your mains, get the R-52C. My secondary setup is a Klipsch a Icon W arrangement and my WC-24 sounds great with my WF-35 mains. I actually have an extra RC-3, RC-62II, and C-3 boxed up in my basement that I could use with my WF-35s, but why? The WC-24 blends better than the other centers would IMO.
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I support "if it sounds good to you, in your setup and your house, then use that."

What would people suggest I use as a center with my Chorus II's? I started with the Academy. Now, I'm going to try a KLF-C7. Whichever meets the above specs will be my center channel.
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I support "if it sounds good to you, in your setup and your house, then use that."

What would people suggest I use as a center with my Chorus II's? I started with the Academy. Now, I'm going to try a KLF-C7. Whichever meets the above specs will be my center channel.
I agree if it sounds good to him in that room save the coin if you not going to move to a bigger room and upgrade the fronts. I did like you, I ended up with the C7 (larger 10" tweeter horn)from a RC-62 between my Cornwalls. It's better to turn down the gain on a larger center then to max it out on a smaller one. For me it was a no brainer as I have lived in the house for many years and Not moving now that I am retired... I started out going big on the fronts(build around them first) when I just had stereo then I added HT and faced with not enough room for a third Cornwall or Heresy for the center and rears. I played the RC-62 for several years with RS3-II for rears. It's a shame no rear corners for my back surrounds so I had to wall mount the rears for my 5.2.

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I support "if it sounds good to you, in your setup and your house, then use that."

What would people suggest I use as a center with my Chorus II's? I started with the Academy. Now, I'm going to try a KLF-C7. Whichever meets the above specs will be my center channel.
A Heresy.
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A Heresy.
According to you, that speaker is for older Heritage speakers. Totally different tweeter and mid horn than my Chorus II's.
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The TV would need wall mounting. I mean, if the center channel is of poor quality, then sure, that's one thing. I certainly can understand that. Can't keep up with just sounds like such an over generalized characterization. In any case, perhaps the new Reference line has a better center channel now.
I'm not going to get another tower, there's no need for that and my TV stand is big enough to hold the RC-62II, so anything smaller will fit just fine. Sikclown made a good point, I'll get the R-25C and try it out. I think part of the problem is that I've only heard the RC-62II and anything else I've listened to has not measured up.
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I support "if it sounds good to you, in your setup and your house, then use that."

What would people suggest I use as a center with my Chorus II's? I started with the Academy. Now, I'm going to try a KLF-C7. Whichever meets the above specs will be my center channel.
I have the RC-3 center with 4x chorus II's... I'm using an ancient receiver and was able to match the frequency with the chorus II's with a bit of EQ... but I'm constantly tinkering with it/ might be upgrading to Atmos soon. I'm happy with the sound but I do find that for different films I end up having to crank or turn down the center channel.
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Anyone here have a 7.1 Klipsch setup? I'd like to get some advice from those of you who do/ might have chorus II's (haha).
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According to you, that speaker is for older Heritage speakers. Totally different tweeter and mid horn than my Chorus II's.
The C7 10" tweeter has three different diaphragms so it will timber match most all Klipsch fronts. And two 8" mid woofers. I have listened to a C7 on Fortee, Heresy II, Cornwalls, RF-7 and KLF-30/30 and after we adjusted it in the eq. and matched the diaphragm all was great IMHO. Make a DIY center and purchase used Chorus tweeter and mid .

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The C7 10" tweeter has three different diaphragms so it will timber match most all Klipsch fronts. And two 8" mid woofers. I have listened to a C7 on Fortee, Heresy II, Cornwalls, RF-7 and KLF-30/30 and after we adjusted it in the eq. and matched the diaphragm all was great IMHO. Make a DIY center and purchase used Chorus tweeter and mid .
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According to you, that speaker is for older Heritage speakers. Totally different tweeter and mid horn than my Chorus II's.
I'd try the Heresy II, &/or KLF C-7; easy enough to get your money back out of the one you don't keep.

HII works pretty good with my LS.
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According to you, that speaker is for older Heritage speakers. Totally different tweeter and mid horn than my Chorus II's.
I wouldn't say totally different, but no it's not identical. You asked what I'd suggest and I suggested.

According to me? What? I'm not following you.
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Anyone here have a 7.1 Klipsch setup? I'd like to get some advice from those of you who do/ might have chorus II's (haha).
My setup is soon to be 7.1.4, but 100% of the speakers (minus sub) are Reference II line Klipsch. Perfect for home theatre. Horrible for music.
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My setup is soon to be 7.1.4, but 100% of the speakers (minus sub) are Reference II line Klipsch. Perfect for home theatre. Horrible for music.
Why do you think Klipsch Reference II are horrible for music I really don't have that feeling at all. What Klipsch reference II speakers are you going to use for Atmos?

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My setup is soon to be 7.1.4, but 100% of the speakers (minus sub) are Reference II line Klipsch. Perfect for home theatre. Horrible for music.
Horrible for music? Come over sometime and listen to my 7II's. I can guarantee you will change your opinion. In fact I'd put a hundred dollar bill on that as well.
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My setup is soon to be 7.1.4, but 100% of the speakers (minus sub) are Reference II line Klipsch. Perfect for home theatre. Horrible for music.
Cool... hopefully same here. Are you getting the Def Tech A 60's for overheads?

I have 4x chorus II's, which I want to use as fronts & rears, perhaps will have either SB2's as sides/ or RS 62's... not sure if that would be too much dispersion along with the chorus II's or not.

If you don't mind me asking.... which speakers do you have as your fronts, rears, & surrounds? Have any advice for what I should do about surrounds & heights?
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Why do you think Klipsch Reference II are horrible for music I really don't have that feeling at all. What Klipsch reference II speakers are you going to use for Atmos?
Klipsch speakers sound amazing for home theatre. They are the perfect choice in my opinion to bring objects through to my ears with more clarity and precision than any other speaker brand at that price point IMO. However, when it comes to music, they sound so different they are borderline intolerable compared to what I replaced, the Cerwin Vega D9s. The reason I don't stew about it is because my home theatre is 99% home theatre. I play my music upstairs, where my Cerwin Vegas still rock out and can fill a huge space with no effort. It's a 100% subjective feeling thing, so the only advice I give to people thinking about Klipsch for music is "go listen to them, b/c you'll either love em or hate em."


To answer your 2nd question, this is my atmos setup:
Mains: RF 62ii
Center: RC 62ii
All 8 surrounds/ceilings: RB51ii's.
Subwoofer: AV123 MFW15


The AVR should arrive this week and the remaining RB51s should arrive Monday. Already have my homemade mounts ready and will report on everything next week.
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Horrible for music? Come over sometime and listen to my 7II's. I can guarantee you will change your opinion. In fact I'd put a hundred dollar bill on that as well.
I have no doubt that I would hear every detail, but at the end of the day you'd think I was lying to you to get 100 bucks. Just call me crazy because my Cerwin Vega D9s were made to make music amazing, back in the glory days of quadrophonic. It's probably just an old person thing. My wife would agree with you just to spite me though if that counts for anything.
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....WC-24 sounds great with my WF-35 mains. I actually have an extra RC-3, RC-62II, and C-3 boxed up in my basement that I could use with my WF-35s, but why?.
Now there's a question, but....
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will the built in mic perform well enough, or should i go for an external one for better results?
what all can it do? I'm off the next 2 days and looking for something to do! lol

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To answer your 2nd question, this is my atmos setup:
Mains: RF 62ii
Center: RC 62ii
All 8 surrounds/ceilings: RB51ii's.
Subwoofer: AV123 MFW15


The AVR should arrive this week and the remaining RB51s should arrive Monday. Already have my homemade mounts ready and will report on everything next week.
How are you positioning the RB51's? Wall or ceiling?

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I support "if it sounds good to you, in your setup and your house, then use that."

What would people suggest I use as a center with my Chorus II's? I started with the Academy. Now, I'm going to try a KLF-C7. Whichever meets the above specs will be my center channel.
I have never had Chorus IIs, but curiously found that folks haven't liked the Academy Center channel when compared to the KLF- C7...On the Klipsch Forum there are quite a few folks that prefer the latter--that said, I have a C7 between KLF -20s and it sounds good but when I was running an RC-7 from the Reference line with those felt it sounded cleaner... Of course, YMMV, but I have never been fond of the Hersey comparatively speaking with the footprint it takes up.
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Horrible for music? Come over sometime and listen to my 7II's. I can guarantee you will change your opinion. In fact I'd put a hundred dollar bill on that as well.
Yeah, horrible might be a bit of hyperbole. I have the same speakers you do, other than an SW115 instead of an SVS and I primarily play music at my house and I have never had a listener come over and say the music has sounded anything less than excellent, let alone horrible. Maybe they were just being polite, but I highly doubt it. For reference sake, my speakers are powered by an Onkyo 818 + Emotiva XPA-5 playing 2.0 and 5.1 SACDs on an Oppo 103D. To each his own, I guess.
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Horrible for music? Come over sometime and listen to my 7II's. I can guarantee you will change your opinion. In fact I'd put a hundred dollar bill on that as well.
I listen to mostly multichannel music and unless the RF-7IIs are a downgrade to the original RF-7s (I've never heard them),I can attest that the larger Klipsch Towers are excellent for music and movies. The smaller towers may be good with movies as long as you have a quality sub but....
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How are you positioning the RB51's? Wall or ceiling?
The RB51iis are double threaded in the back, and will be ceiling mounted according to dolby specs. I have a great home depot mounting solution that is 100% secure, flat facing down, give about an inch of air so the rear ports can do something, and the awesome thing is that the solid metal bracket is pre drilled to perfectly fit the threads and 3 mega screws into my ceiling I beam studs. If you're curious about how I mount them specifically, I can post everything down to the SKU number of the metal brackets complete with instructions and pictures.
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The RB51iis are double threaded in the back, and will be ceiling mounted according to dolby specs. I have a great home depot mounting solution that is 100% secure, flat facing down, give about an inch of air so the rear ports can do something, and the awesome thing is that the solid metal bracket is pre drilled to perfectly fit the threads and 3 mega screws into my ceiling I beam studs. If you're curious about how I mount them specifically, I can post everything down to the SKU number of the metal brackets complete with instructions and pictures.
I was just curious about the position not the method as they are rear ported speakers and need some room from the rear surface.

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After spending hours with it helping a friend set up his new system. Imo the c20 isn't that much better than a higher level htib center. I know that seems harsh but its how I feel. I would run your fronts as a phantom center or get a used rc62 or rc62ii. Having a really nice center in place of a bad center far out weigh any voice matching issues. Saying it doesn't sound that good but it matches seems pointless to me. Saying It sounds amazing but isn't a perfect match would be my vote.

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I know the speaker in question is now colored copper and called reference. But from what I could see its pretty much the same speaker.

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The RB51iis are double threaded in the back, and will be ceiling mounted according to dolby specs. I have a great home depot mounting solution that is 100% secure, flat facing down, give about an inch of air so the rear ports can do something, and the awesome thing is that the solid metal bracket is pre drilled to perfectly fit the threads and 3 mega screws into my ceiling I beam studs. If you're curious about how I mount them specifically, I can post everything down to the SKU number of the metal brackets complete with instructions and pictures.
btw I admire you for looking outside the box to make your own mounts. I was in the same dilemma a few months back. Surrounds can be challenging if you wanna direct them in a certain position
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I know the speaker in question is now colored copper and called reference. But from what I could see its pretty much the same speaker.
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The RB51iis are double threaded in the back, and will be ceiling mounted according to dolby specs. I have a great home depot mounting solution that is 100% secure, flat facing down, give about an inch of air so the rear ports can do something, and the awesome thing is that the solid metal bracket is pre drilled to perfectly fit the threads and 3 mega screws into my ceiling I beam studs. If you're curious about how I mount them specifically, I can post everything down to the SKU number of the metal brackets complete with instructions and pictures.
Is an inch enough space to give the rear port? I don't know the answer, just curious.

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