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Wow.. Thats some serious surround system Your rear surrounds cost more then most people's entire systems.. LOL

I am sure it sounds sweet.

Hopefully you never decide to go ATMOS as mounting the RF-7IIs on the ceiling is going to be difficult

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Heh....I already thought about that. But its not going to happen. People will just call me crazy.

You'll be surprised at some of these movie soundtracks having full range sound coming from the surround speakers. You'll notice that once you put the RF-82II where the surround goes. But once you get the RF-7II, you'll be tempted to do what I did. (Having 4 of them.)

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Heh....I already thought about that. But its not going to happen. People will just call me crazy.

You'll be surprised at some of these movie soundtracks having full range sound coming from the surround speakers. You'll notice that once you put the RF-82II where the surround goes. But once you get the RF-7II, you'll be tempted to do what I did. (Having 4 of them.)
When I bought mine RF-82II I use for 2 weeks before I sold my older F-3 and they did amazing job as surrounds and so as front wides it was great, I just don't have a room to keep them so I got RS-52II for surrounds and works great also. I think for some people can work surrounds with RF-82II pretty easily.

BTW what is your next project getting better subs?

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I didn't think sound tracks had anything below 80Hz in the surround channels. I guess if your not using dedicated subs and running large it may make a difference. RF-7 II only goes down to 30Hz though so in HT a dedicated sub seems like a must have now days.

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