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post #44371 of 45749 Old 04-24-2015, 02:18 PM
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So I have an older pair of RF3-II's (Fronts) and on one of them my top black speaker connector broke off, snapped right under the black plastic connector.
Do I have to buy an entirely new crossover part to replace this one part, or do you think it could be repaired with say solder etc?

I currently don't have my copper bridge connector on the black cable thats going in there now, not sure how this is affecting my sound but I think I need that back on there right?

Any ideas to repair it? Or get it fixed? I've opened a ticket with Klipsch, maybe I can take it out and send that part into them?
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Very nice speakers and room!

My only (unsolicited) advice is given you are going to the trouble to run Audyssey and get the best results possible, at least try not raising the gain to the subs (too much) and toy with raising the MV and see if the nuances of the RF-7IIs shine through...Fwiw. I honestly think you are going to be ecstatic when you get the larger Center to match!

Anyway, nice job and good pics.
I am only running the subs 4db up from the audyssey setting (raised from -8.0db to -4.0db), and am crossing the RF7ii's at 60hz. I think the 7ii's can take more of the load, especially with the amp, and put some kick into the front channels instead of the subs doing it. Should be interesting when I can fire up a good action movie.

I am already noticing they are larger and more full, and the horn is crisp just on a HBO movie. Sounds great.
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Hahahahahaha that's totally me. I'll inconspicuously add something because my wife really is clueless when it comes to noticing new gear. Every now and then I'll get "is that new I've never seen that before" and I'll say no honey I've had that for a long time "you sure I've never noticed that before". LOL............
Nice. If you can get away with it go for it lol. I didn't think I could sneak the rf83s in without her noticing though so had to tell her. She was p**sed at me for a while but things are all good now, I purchased some kitchen things for her and she forgot about the monsters in the living room haha
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FInally got all the new gear setup
Nice pictures, looks very nice there, congrat's and enjoy, so how are RF-7II any damage on them? I know from your post you received each speaker different color.

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Nice pictures, looks very nice there, congrat's and enjoy, so how are RF-7II any damage on them? I know from your post you received each speaker different color.
The first one I got had a little chip along the back bottom, same thing that would have if it went across carpet without the feet on. No way to see it. Second one is spot less as best I can tell. For the price I got them
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The first one I got had a little chip along the back bottom, same thing that would have if it went across carpet without the feet on. No way to see it. Second one is spot less as best I can tell. For the price I got them
That is great, I'm happy for you.

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Hope to be grabbing a 64ii in that $800-900 range here shortly.
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Hope to be grabbing a 64ii in that $800-900 range here shortly.
You will so how is sweat it RC-62II between RF-7II's?

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Finally got my SVS PC-12+ set up and wow I didn't know what I was missing with my Polk PSW-10 talk about BASS lol. It makes my RF-82 II's look tiny hahaha guess I'm going to have to eventually upgrade to RF-7 II's.
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Finally got my SVS PC-12+ set up and wow I didn't know what I was missing with my Polk PSW-10 talk about BASS lol. It makes my RF-82 II's look tiny hahaha guess I'm going to have to eventually upgrade to RF-7 II's.
I haad a polk sub as my first one, they dont even compare to ID subs.
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I haad a polk sub as my first one, they dont even compare to ID subs.
It's not even in the same ballpark lol I'm glad I found this forum or I would have never known about ID subs.
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Finally got my SVS PC-12+ set up and wow I didn't know what I was missing with my Polk PSW-10 talk about BASS lol. It makes my RF-82 II's look tiny hahaha guess I'm going to have to eventually upgrade to RF-7 II's.
Enjoy, SVS us sub is one bad boy for sure, it is nice update and put your HT system to next level for sure.
I agree this forum is a reason why I have at home 2 of those

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Yea its amazing what a real sub sounds like compared to everything else, congrats

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This and the Klipsch forum are the reasons why I have all of my gear lol. And to think I almost chose cerwin vega over klipsch when I really started getting in to it! I had sonys then wharfedales then an ok pair of cerwin vegas. I still remember the day I got my synergy f30s home I was hooked. Then I found this forum then the klipsch community, it was all downhill(or uphill) from there.
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This and the Klipsch forum are the reasons why I have all of my gear lol. And to think I almost chose cerwin vega over klipsch when I really started getting in to it! I had sonys then wharfedales then an ok pair of cerwin vegas. I still remember the day I got my synergy f30s home I was hooked. Then I found this forum then the klipsch community, it was all downhill(or uphill) from there.
Yea this hobby can be addicting. One good thing by having a great pair of speakers, you're set for a very long time.
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This and the Klipsch forum are the reasons why I have all of my gear lol. And to think I almost chose cerwin vega over klipsch when I really started getting in to it! I had sonys then wharfedales then an ok pair of cerwin vegas. I still remember the day I got my synergy f30s home I was hooked. Then I found this forum then the klipsch community, it was all downhill(or uphill) from there.
I completely relate to it. I was pretty happy with my klipsch wf and then I started checking out this forum. One thing leads to other, and was here regularly reading each and every post. Finally upgrade bug got me. Was targetting B&W CM9 at BB, but when I audition RF-7ii at WWS I was sure these are my speakers. Difference of night and day B&W Cm8 compared with Rf-7ii (I know it is not fair comparison) at low volume.
Recently updated my receiver and getting rf-7ii tomorrow, very excited. I wanted WWS walnuts badly but they are not budging on price so settling for used RFs.

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I wanted WWS walnuts badly but they are not budging on price so settling for used RFs.
Have you had the opportunity to do a side by side comparison of the walnut and cherry finishes? If so, what were your impressions?

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Have you had the opportunity to do a side by side comparison of the walnut and cherry finishes? If so, what were your impressions?
No actually I did not compare. I did not even notice walnut very well in the store as it was dimly lit. But after seeing high quality cherry picures lastly from gadget freak, I am okay with cherry color.

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No actually I did not compare. I did not even notice walnut very well in the store as it was dimly lit. But after seeing high quality cherry picures lastly from gadget freak, I am okay with cherry color.
Thanks for your response. It appears very few people have seen the walnut in person and even fewer actually own it. Understanding that it is purely subjective, I'm trying to determine if the walnut finish is worth the premium over the discounts that are available for the black and cherry.

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Any of you fine fellows running an amp had any issues with Audyssey bottoming the speaker trim out at -12.

It's a new issue for me since adding the new gear (RC62II is -12 and RF7II's are -9.5db). I can get 6db attenuators for all 3 which would fix it, or XLR has been mentioned as well. The amp gain is 28db on RCA's and 34db on XLR's, but I am not quite sure how that translates into the situation.

I tested with an spl meter, at the advice of audyssey staff, and the center is within 0.5db's of the other two, so I lucked out. Concern is the 64ii may be worse when I get it.

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Thanks for your response. It appears very few people have seen the walnut in person and even fewer actually own it. Understanding that it is purely subjective, I'm trying to determine if the walnut finish is worth the premium over the discounts that are available for the black and cherry.
The Cherry finish is much darker in person than the pictures on Klipsch's and other sites would suggest. I have dark cherry floors throughout my house and the speakers are just a shade lighter. I haven't seen the Walnut finish is person, but I wouldn't pay a premium for it compared to the discounts you can get on the beautiful Cherry finish.

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The Cherry finish is much darker in person than the pictures on Klipsch's and other sites would suggest. I have dark cherry floors throughout my house and the speakers are just a shade lighter. I haven't seen the Walnut finish is person, but I wouldn't pay a premium for it compared to the discounts you can get on the beautiful Cherry finish.

I agree on it being darker in person. I avoided it because of the website pics, but once I saw it in my living room all I thought was "classy".
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The Cherry finish is much darker in person than the pictures on Klipsch's and other sites would suggest. I have dark cherry floors throughout my house and the speakers are just a shade lighter. I haven't seen the Walnut finish is person, but I wouldn't pay a premium for it compared to the discounts you can get on the beautiful Cherry finish.
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I agree on it being darker in person. I avoided it because of the website pics, but once I saw it in my living room all I thought was "classy".
As you might guess, the 7's and 64's are on my very near horizon. The PC pics of the walnut are appealing but I tend to agree that it's not worth the premium. Your responses on the cherry have me comfortably moving in that direction. I know you both are enjoying your new 7's...be joining the club soon. Thanks!
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Any of you fine fellows running an amp had any issues with Audyssey bottoming the speaker trim out at -12.

It's a new issue for me since adding the new gear (RC62II is -12 and RF7II's are -9.5db). I can get 6db attenuators for all 3 which would fix it, or XLR has been mentioned as well. The amp gain is 28db on RCA's and 34db on XLR's, but I am not quite sure how that translates into the situation.

I tested with an spl meter, at the advice of audyssey staff, and the center is within 0.5db's of the other two, so I lucked out. Concern is the 64ii may be worse when I get it.

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Audyssey set my fronts at -7.5 and the center at -6.0 I've been using XLR cables from day 1 with my pre/pro. After calibration I checked with a SPL meter and all 3 were spot on @ 75db - 80db at the MLP
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After some more research, it seems XLR's having a higher gain would make my issue "worse". I am going to get the made in the USA 6db attenuator for the center channel and see what happens.

This has been a helluva two weeks, but I have learned a lot!

I think it is the 7500/new Preamp combo. When the Audyssey chirps went off, it was super loud. I have run it alot and do not remember them ever being that loud.

I am guessing by the settings, my fronts are running 85db roughly when they should be 75, and the center is 87...
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Hey guys I posted my thoughts on my new RF-82 II's over here in response to another member.

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Great review, I'm glad they were an improvement over the other speakers. Sometimes we do not know how something will sound until then, a lateral move isn't so bad, but a move back is a bummer.

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^^^ Thanks man! It's crazy how the horns seem to disperse the sound everywhere in the room. I like it and now in the next few weeks I can complete the system by snagging the matching center and surrounds.
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^^^ Thanks man! It's crazy how the horns seem to disperse the sound everywhere in the room. I like it and now in the next few weeks I can complete the system by snagging the matching center and surrounds.
You might check out the Klipsch forum classified section, a lot of gear shows up there, the alerts section is for Craiglist and Ebay, the for sale section is from members. It's actually a great forum, many members from here also.
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