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Greetings Klipsch owners,

I'm looking to get a TV speaker system for my 1-bedroom apartment. Obviously, I won't be able to use it to its full potential. I'll have to really watch my bass levels, and surround sound isn't very practical. But I'd like to have something that I can build on.

Would it make sense to only get the R-25C center-channel speaker and the R-26F floorstanding speakers? Those pieces are the minimum that I would want to start my audio setup, right? Pardon my complete ignorance on the subject, but are the R-25C and R-26F's designed to be used without their accompanying satellite speakers and subwoofer?

Would the bass be acceptable without the subwoofer?
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Greetings Klipsch owners,

I'm looking to get a TV speaker system for my 1-bedroom apartment. Obviously, I won't be able to use it to its full potential. I'll have to really watch my bass levels, and surround sound isn't very practical. But I'd like to have something that I can build on.

Would it make sense to only get the R-25C center-channel speaker and the R-26F floorstanding speakers? Those pieces are the minimum that I would want to start my audio setup, right? Pardon my complete ignorance on the subject, but are the R-25C and R-26F's designed to be used without their accompanying satellite speakers and subwoofer?

Would the bass be acceptable without the subwoofer?
Do you have receiver or 2ch amp? I would get the best 2 speakers for your mains to start with. Can you swing the rf82ii?
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Greetings Klipsch owners,

I'm looking to get a TV speaker system for my 1-bedroom apartment. Obviously, I won't be able to use it to its full potential. I'll have to really watch my bass levels, and surround sound isn't very practical. But I'd like to have something that I can build on.

Would it make sense to only get the R-25C center-channel speaker and the R-26F floorstanding speakers? Those pieces are the minimum that I would want to start my audio setup, right? Pardon my complete ignorance on the subject, but are the R-25C and R-26F's designed to be used without their accompanying satellite speakers and subwoofer?

Would the bass be acceptable without the subwoofer?
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Advise needed!...

I am looking for a receiver to go with my set up, I just got my center and sub today. I know a lot of you guys are running a 5.1/7.1 or 7.2 setup. I however will be running a 3.1 set up for now and at first I was looking at getting the Denon x4000, but is xt-32 worth it with my set up? Can you guys give me your advise on a receiver that has good room correction to setup my speakers (No Yamaha's), or should I just get the x4000?? My set up is as follows...

TV: LG Oled EC9300 55in
Speakers: Klipsch R-28F
Center: Klipsch RC-62 ii
Sub: JL Audio Fathom F-112

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Similar yes but have you ever done an A B of the two? I think they sound quite a bit different.
Started with f30s, got an rc62ii then rf82iis
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(2)RF-83 (1)RC-64ii (2)RF-82ii (2)RC-62ii
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Started with f30s, got an rc62ii then rf82iis
Then an rc64ii and finally rf83s
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(2)RF-83 (1)RC-64ii (2)RF-82ii (2)RC-62ii
(2)Exodus audio tempest-x 15" subs in 200l sealed enclosures
Onkyo 705 pre/pro and rear surrounds
DSPeaker Antimode 8033 sub eq Behringer EP4000 subs
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Started with f30s, got an rc62ii then rf82iis
direct comparison
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(2)Exodus audio tempest-x 15" subs in 200l sealed enclosures
Onkyo 705 pre/pro and rear surrounds
DSPeaker Antimode 8033 sub eq Behringer EP4000 subs
NAD C275BEE mains
AMC 2N100-3 surrounds and center
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