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I'm currently running a 7.2 system and am using rs41's as my side surrounds. Is it worth it to replace them with rs42's?


My rear surrounds are rs42's currently. I could just place the rs42's as my side surrounds, I know, but that would still leave me using the rs41's as my back surrounds.
Side surrounds get more info than back surrounds. Put the better speaker on the sides.
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Side surrounds get more info than back surrounds. Put the better speaker on the sides.

Yeah, I guess that's the better move than buying a whole new set.


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Probably due to a flood of posts gown in the dank "basement" of the forum.
I had to laugh when I read this post knowing that the basement was only dark for those that couldn't see the light or got caught up in their own dankness...Unfortunately, it is time for Bull**** to take a walk and Klipsch has finally made the change I wasn't looking forward to seeing.
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Side surrounds get more info than back surrounds. Put the better speaker on the sides.


Ok, moved them around. Sounds a little better. Ended up having to move posters also due to the size difference in the speakers. It was a pain in the you know what.
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Try turning up the channel level on the sides just a hair and see if you like it better.

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2 PB12+ and 2 XV15SE...WOW...it looks like a dream setup for any HT enthusiast. How do you handle so much bass man. It must be shaking your entire house,
I haven't heard too much about PSA so was trying to get some honest opinion and I agree with you that numbers don't always matter...it's listening to sub in person and then deciding which one to go for.
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I would expect the Dali to sound better in movies currently since they are a match for your center. The klipsch plus that center probably doesn't blend as pleasantly. As for 2 channel, that's a different story, and you may simply like the dalis more. Have you run any room correction since getting the klipsch? Did you run any with the Dali speakers?
Yeah, both are calibrated, the dali and the rb. I guess, i might have to retire the center to the bedroom and invest in rb center speakers.
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I posted this in the RF-280F review thread, but I think it's relevant here as well.

Feel free to take down if you think I'm being spammy, but I think you guys will like this...

Reference Premiere speakers, RF-7 II and RC-64 II are up to 20% OFF from Klipsch.com through July 4: http://www.klipsch.com/specials

Full disclosure: I work for Klipsch Group, Inc. [Insert jargon about how my opinions don't necessarily represent KGI.]
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I posted this in the RF-280F review thread, but I think it's relevant here as well.

Feel free to take down if you think I'm being spammy, but I think you guys will like this...

Reference Premiere speakers, RF-7 II and RC-64 II are up to 20% OFF from Klipsch.com through July 4: http://www.klipsch.com/specials
This is still not a good deal, call Eric SD and deal what he will give you will shock you.
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This is not bad at all, only right tower looks like B-stock one.

http://allentown.craigslist.org/eld/5037964523.html
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Find one more good deal , guy have center as well and good prices I'm sure there is still room to go little down

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There's a difference between buying off of craigslist and buying directly from the Klipsch factory. The factory will guarantee you they will be in perfect condition.

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There's a difference between buying off of craigslist and buying directly from the Klipsch factory. The factory will guarantee you they will be in perfect condition.
Ofcourse CL is used and from factory is new if you do not buy open box ( that can have some sign of used as well). There is also price different as we all know.

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Ofcourse CL is used and from factory is new if you do not buy open box ( that can have some sign of used as well). There is also price different as we all know.


It's better to buy from acoustic sound design or sound distributors. They give complete factory warranty.
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sometimes there are craigslist deals that are just to good to pass up. lol
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It's better to buy from acoustic sound design or sound distributors. They give complete factory warranty.
Yes it is better I did it myself but sometimes you can find it cheaper there and this can be important for many people. Also many people baby sit their speakers so they are like new and if someone can do local pick up why not.

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Ofcourse CL is used and from factory is new if you do not buy open box ( that can have some sign of used as well). There is also price different as we all know.
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Yes it is better I did it myself but sometimes you can find it cheaper there and this can be important for many people. Also many people baby sit their speakers so they are like new and if someone can do local pick up why not.

If you buy from distributor or CL then is the assembly of the entire package easy to do or do you need to get it installed through local home theater setup guys. Asking coz I have to pickup the entire RP 280F package and if I buy from acoustic sound design of sound distributor, I save a lot of $$ which I can put in subs.
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If you buy from distributor or CL then is the assembly of the entire package easy to do or do you need to get it installed through local home theater setup guys. Asking coz I have to pickup the entire RP 280F package and if I buy from acoustic sound design of sound distributor, I save a lot of $$ which I can put in subs.
not sure what you mean here..

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not sure what you mean here..


I'm planning to put together RP 280F towers, RP 450C center, RP 250S surround. I checked with acoustic sound design and sound distributor. Their rates are very low as compared to a local klipsch distributor near my home. But I'm not an expert in putting together the entire system...I mean in terms of connecting the wires etc. So wanted to know from experts in this group that is it something that requires special skill or a common man like me can do it on own.
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I'm planning to put together RP 280F towers, RP 450C center, RP 250S surround. I checked with acoustic sound design and sound distributor. Their rates are very low as compared to a local klipsch distributor near my home. But I'm not an expert in putting together the entire system...I mean in terms of connecting the wires etc. So wanted to know from experts in this group that is it something that requires special skill or a common man like me can do it on own.
oh ok, you can figure it out.
its not very hard.
just let us know if you have any questions.
its as easy as 1 negative, and 1 positive wire to each speaker that matches the right output on the rear of your AVR.
search "hooking up home theater speakers" on youtube, im sure there will be some helpful info there.
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I'm currently running a 7.2 system and am using rs41's as my side surrounds. Is it worth it to replace them with rs42's?


My rear surrounds are rs42's currently. I could just place the rs42's as my side surrounds, I know, but that would still leave me using the rs41's as my back surrounds.
I too have the rs 41's as surrounds and have the channel level all the way up and they sound great. Was thinking of getting the rs 42's for surrounds and putting the 41's as rears. How are you liking it now?
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I too have the rs 41's as surrounds and have the channel level all the way up and they sound great. Was thinking of getting the rs 42's for surrounds and putting the 41's as rears. How are you liking it now?

I'm definitely getting a fuller sound from my surrounds now. I was originally running a 5.2 system because my room really isn't that big and had the RS42's as surrounds on the back wall of the room. I thought about the pair of surrounds I was using before and thought...why not.


Actually they aren't RS41's as I originally said, they are actually KS-14's (Best Buy version). I find it hard to believe that there are so few movies that actually use 7.1 surround sound. Anyway, back on topic. I think it was a very good change. I did a quick run with Audyssey and then adjusted the numbers on my speakers with an spl meter and played some Avengers. Pretty Nice.
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I am setting up a 9.2 system with all Klipsch Reference speakers and a couple of SVS subwoofers:

2x RF-82ii
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Two of the RS-52ii have to be mounted on the ceiling. Actually, they will be mounted on the underside of a soffit that goes across the room but the concept is the same (eg. ceiling-mounted). Why? Because the rough-in speaker wires are snaking out of the soffit.

Does anyone know how I can mount those surrounds on the ceiling? Any advice is appreciated. Thanks.
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I am setting up a 9.2 system with all Klipsch Reference speakers and a couple of SVS subwoofers:

2x RF-82ii
1x RC-62ii
6x RS-52ii

Two of the RS-52ii have to be mounted on the ceiling. Actually, they will be mounted on the underside of a soffit that goes across the room but the concept is the same (eg. ceiling-mounted). Why? Because the rough-in speaker wires are snaking out of the soffit.

Does anyone know how I can mount those surrounds on the ceiling? Any advice is appreciated. Thanks.
most people here try to use the bookshelf speakers when mounting on the ceiling.
no reason it cant work though. they have key holes, and 1/4"-20 threaded inserts.

maybe..

http://www.peerless-av.com/en-us/pro...roducts/SPK811

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http://www.amazon.com/Pinpoint-Clamp...664204&sr=8-12

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Amazon has also dropped the price of the RF-280F to match the Klipsch.com deal.

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I'm planning to put together RP 280F towers, RP 450C center, RP 250S surround. I checked with acoustic sound design and sound distributor. Their rates are very low as compared to a local klipsch distributor near my home. But I'm not an expert in putting together the entire system...I mean in terms of connecting the wires etc. So wanted to know from experts in this group that is it something that requires special skill or a common man like me can do it on own.
You can do it for sure. Get it from SD they have great deals. I don't think your local dealer will beat their price but you can try. Same with AVR , if you don't hav any get Denon with Audyssey that will set up your system nicely without to be any expert and later on you can learn some extra tricks here like we all do. Like evan1242 said it is easy to put it all together and if you don't know just ask here.

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I was recommended to buy Klipsch Forte 2 speakers from a vendor who restores classic tube amps because of their high sensitivity and bass output. I think the sensitivity of the RP 280F would be just fine for this amp. Price is really not a consideration, I am looking to enjoy 2 channel stereo. Any recommendations from the Klipsch owners would be appreciated. Should I go classic Forte or the latest RP 280F model? Thanks
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I was recommended to buy Klipsch Forte 2 speakers from a vendor who restores classic tube amps because of their high sensitivity and bass output. I think the sensitivity of the RP 280F would be just fine for this amp. Price is really not a consideration, I am looking to enjoy 2 channel stereo. Any recommendations from the Klipsch owners would be appreciated. Should I go classic Forte or the latest RP 280F model? Thanks
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Personally, I would go for the Forte II, if they were in good condition.
I'll have to hunt down a pair locally, too big to ship but I see them come up from time to time. Thanks for the recommendation.
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I'll have to hunt down a pair locally, too big to ship but I see them come up from time to time. Thanks for the recommendation.
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