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Just hooked it up. Sounds cleaner...Could be just my excitement.

Need to run calibration tomorrow.
Good to hear that, RC-62II is a great center and as you said even without calibration you can hear different right away. Enjoy it!!!

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Sorry it's taken so long. The KLF-C7 is better than the Academy, IMHO. That big horn makes a world of difference. Plus, I did upgrade the tweeter to a titanium diaphragm. Nice and crisp.
How do you upgrade the diaphragm? Can you change the aluminum tweeter to a titanium one on the r-25c?

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Hey guys! I also got into Klipsch and in particular the RP-280F pair for a stereo setup. Now I'm on the lookout for separates to pair them that will sound nice, powerful and analytical but not fatiguing.What are your thoughts about the following combinations:


Marantz PM8005 + SA8005
Primare I22 + CD22
Cambridge Audio CXA80 + CXC
Marantz PM7005 + CD6006
Cambridge Audio Azur 851A + 851C


Personally, I'm inching towards the Marantz 8005 line because imo they have the best value/price, but what do you guys think?
I think you will be fine with any of the above mentioned. Maybe check out Parasound and Rotel as well.
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How do you upgrade the diaphragm? Can you change the aluminum tweeter to a titanium one on the r-25c?
Don't think there is a replacement for that diaphragm.

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Good evening,

For the office I'm thinking of pairing rb 82 iis with monoprice 116153:

http://www.monoprice.com/mobile/product/details/16153?gclid=Cj0KEQiA4JnCBRDQ5be3nKCPhpwBEiQAjwN1bk 8EAGde0CK7Nk_2z5dhzKeewZpy4I66D1GA2V9m5yEaAqwl8P8H AQ

Any thoughts?

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Finally got my Hanukkah present hooked up. ATI AT527NC 7-channel amp 200W/ch. Now, I have an ATI AT1505 5-channel amp 150W/channel for sale.
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Finally got my Hanukkah present hooked up. ATI AT527NC 7-channel amp 200W/ch. Now, I have an ATI AT1505 5-channel amp 150W/channel for sale.
Nice! Any sound differences or just needed extra 2 channels? By the way it will be much easier to dust the shelf prior to installing the amp on the shelf.
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Nice! Any sound differences or just needed extra 2 channels? By the way it will be much easier to dust the shelf prior to installing the amp on the shelf.
The dust is for acoustic damping! Thing is, I painted those pieces and just never did sand them down. So, when I run my wiper over it, it is pretty course. Need to use a damp rag on it next time. Plus, the damn thing weighs 70lbs!

I need to give the new amp a few weeks to get fully broken in. Right now, I am getting better lower freqs from it and the mids are a lot crisper.
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Lol Gene! Actually, just received my 2nd pair of 140's. At the moment, I can only go to 7.2. Have to wait for OPPO to market the next gen players for me to go to 7.2.4.
The 140's have received respectable reviews...positioning is the key....quads will really provide the "full" convincing immersive effects that Atmos and DTS:X offers. A bit OT but I (and @retro124 ) too are waiting for the Oppo 203...anytime soon now I hope!
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Finally got my Hanukkah present hooked up. ATI AT527NC 7-channel amp 200W/ch. Now, I have an ATI AT1505 5-channel amp 150W/channel for sale.
WOW!!! Congrats! Jealous!
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The 140's have received respectable reviews...positioning is the key....quads will really provide the "full" convincing immersive effects that Atmos and DTS:X offers. A bit OT but I (and @retro124 ) too are waiting for the Oppo 203...anytime soon now I hope!
I'm gonna hold out for the 205. I don't have a preamp or AVR. OPPO straight to amp.

For now, I'm going to use one set of 140's as my back surround. Waiting for new recliners so I can center the speakers. I will end up having an unconventional rear surround setup. But, I think it might work OK for now. I got some RB-81 II's for the final rear surround. Couldn't pass up the sale on them. Then, I will have the four 140's for Atmos.
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I'm gonna hold out for the 205. I don't have a preamp or AVR. OPPO straight to amp.

For now, I'm going to use one set of 140's as my back surround. Waiting for new recliners so I can center the speakers. I will end up having an unconventional rear surround setup. But, I think it might work OK for now. I got some RB-81 II's for the final rear surround. Couldn't pass up the sale on them. Then, I will have the four 140's for Atmos.
Ahh yes...recall your previous posts now. Keep us posted as you progress!

Now...the $64K question...Do you have any pull with Morris Kessler?

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Ahh yes...recall your previous posts now. Keep us posted as you progress!

Now...the $64K question...Do you have any pull with Morris Kessler?
Morris sure can design an amp! Not quite the Signature Series, but it's an impressive piece of equipment.

Morris and I are having tea in Venice Beach on Thursday.
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The 140's have received respectable reviews...positioning is the key....quads will really provide the "full" convincing immersive effects that Atmos and DTS:X offers. A bit OT but I (and @retro124 ) too are waiting for the Oppo 203...anytime soon now I hope!
I really like Atmos and DTS:X since new AVR what I have my front heights works much much better then before. I'm sure with 4 speakers will be even better. Playing with UHD Panny right now, going to post some new info. I agree Gene we are like on BF front of Best Buy waiting in line for 203 .
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I'm gonna hold out for the 205. I don't have a preamp or AVR. OPPO straight to amp.

For now, I'm going to use one set of 140's as my back surround. Waiting for new recliners so I can center the speakers. I will end up having an unconventional rear surround setup. But, I think it might work OK for now. I got some RB-81 II's for the final rear surround. Couldn't pass up the sale on them. Then, I will have the four 140's for Atmos.
RB-81II's are really great speakers!!
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A lot of that is a bit marketing. What specific speakers are you looking at, and what are your overall listening goals.
The RP-280F which I heard in a Fry’s isolated auditorium/theater. Speaker size seems too large for my 19/16/10 feet room
The RP-260F which I have not heard.
The RP-150 which I have not heard.
Listening to the RP-280F, even though I had thought this would be my front L&R, had little clarity and musical chords, musicality, etc. were just lost, almost a lot of noise. I was very disappointed.
I had also though about using the RP-250F as my Rear L&R speakers.
I have heard the Klipschhorns many times in a friend’s home and was really impressed by their realism. A recording of a car door slamming made you think the car was in the room with you. Orchestral recordings sounded great, with clarity, and the timbre of instruments and sections of the orchestra was very realistic, musical, without distortion, with great sound staging. This was back in the early 70s.
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Morris sure can design an amp! Not quite the Signature Series, but it's an impressive piece of equipment.

Morris and I are having tea in Venice Beach on Thursday.
Make that a tea setting for three! I can start the conversation with the Monolith 7.
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I really like Atmos and DTS:X since new AVR what I have my front heights works much much better then before. I'm sure with 4 speakers will be even better. Playing with UHD Panny right now, going to post some new info. I agree Gene we are like on BF front of Best Buy waiting in line for 203 .
Agree...when set up properly, 3D sound is very immersive. Also OT here, but you and your friends in the other thread are terrible influences. I actually purchased the Philips UHD Player and 5 4K titles from BB and ordered 5 more from Amazon over the weekend! Gotta stay away from this forum!
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Agree...when set up properly, 3D sound is very immersive. Also OT here, but you and your friends in the other thread are terrible influences. I actually purchased the Philips UHD Player and 5 4K titles from BB and ordered 5 more from Amazon over the weekend! Gotta stay away from this forum!
I don't think you can survive now. You had a chance but it is too late now my friend
Good to hear you did it. Just try it and you will see how it will do with your screen. Sound will be excellent just need to try PQ. I'm sold and I will sell 103D anytime now.
BTW that is exactly samething what you and your friends doing with new 16" SVS subs. Only 2 reasons why I still survived is I can't fit those monsters in our room and I decide to finish 4Kfirst.

Need to say something about Klipsch since we are here, so now my system with 4K movies sounds even better as well
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I don't think you can survive now. You had a chance but it is too late now my friend
Good to hear you did it. Just try it and you will see how it will do with your screen. Sound will be excellent just need to try PQ. I'm sold and I will sell 103D anytime now.
BTW that is exactly samething what you and your friends doing with new 16" SVS subs. Only 2 reasons why I still survived is I can't fit those monsters in our room and I decide to finish 4Kfirst.

Need to say something about Klipsch since we are here, so now my system with 4K movies sounds even better as well
LOL!!! Electronics come and go! Klipsch has been the stable part of this journey! Truly, without Klipsch, there would be no adventure!
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The RP-280F which I heard in a Fry’s isolated auditorium/theater. Speaker size seems too large for my 19/16/10 feet room
The RP-260F which I have not heard.
The RP-150 which I have not heard.
Listening to the RP-280F, even though I had thought this would be my front L&R, had little clarity and musical chords, musicality, etc. were just lost, almost a lot of noise. I was very disappointed.
I had also though about using the RP-250F as my Rear L&R speakers.
I have heard the Klipschhorns many times in a friend’s home and was really impressed by their realism. A recording of a car door slamming made you think the car was in the room with you. Orchestral recordings sounded great, with clarity, and the timbre of instruments and sections of the orchestra was very realistic, musical, without distortion, with great sound staging. This was back in the early 70s.
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Make that a tea setting for three! I can start the conversation with the Monolith 7.
If I didn't know any better, that thing is almost like mine. Almost.

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I think you will be fine with any of the above mentioned. Maybe check out Parasound and Rotel as well.
I was told that klipsch and Marantz will create too much mid. Is this true? And in the case of the Marantz PM8005, are 70w enough to drive the speakers loud for a couple of hours, or will something explode?
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I also tyrn off deq (I want nothing tamed And compressed).

With DEQ off you have acess to tone controls and I leave "treble" at 0Db and put bass at +5Db (this only gives bass to midrange on front speakers)

With DEQ off you loose a bit of bass boost so I turn trim up via the AVR (NOT the sub itself) +4-+6Db

Sounds Worlds better this way, lot of people actually do this because of the negative effects of DEQ.
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So with DEQ off, where can I find the tone controls in the settings? Cheers.
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