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I was wondering if i should change my front highs and my ceiling speaks(mounted diecrlty aabove me) to klipsch as well.....or do i have to?

If i just change the fronts sound stage to klipsch should i worry about changing out the other 6 speakers to klipsch as well as im running a 9.2 setup.

Kinda confused to the whole tibre match thing.

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The answer is maybe. Research has shown that our ears are less sensitive to differences to sounds not in front of us. I would simply run whatever your roomeq is after you get the Klipsches, and decide for yourself if it works. If not, buy more Klipsches. If it sounds good to you, you're done.

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Also,one more thing ...shoukd i get an external amp to power the Klipsch's and let the Yamaha run the other 6 channels?

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To expand on my topic, I'm mostly interested in what AVR's you guys that have Klipsch speakers are using. What do you like and dislike about them with the Klipsch speakers? If you have one of the ones I'm considering and could give me a detailed run down that would be even better. Not interested in people's opinions of stuff they don't even own or people looking to bash brands just because of what they heard. Thanks


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I used to sell Home Theater gear and found that Denon and Klipsch complimented each other well. Because of that, I've used Denon almost exclusively until I bought a Pioneer Elite SC-65 a few years ago for under $400 out the door due to open box/lack of remote/no user manual.

I found that the SC-65 sounds quite good w/the Klipsch speakers as well.

Klipsch has the reputation of being "bright" and Denon has the reputation of being "warm" so they compliment each other quite well.
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I used to sell Home Theater gear and found that Denon and Klipsch complimented each other well. Because of that, I've used Denon almost exclusively until I bought a Pioneer Elite SC-65 a few years ago for under $400 out the door due to open box/lack of remote/no user manual.



I found that the SC-65 sounds quite good w/the Klipsch speakers as well.



Klipsch has the reputation of being "bright" and Denon has the reputation of being "warm" so they compliment each other quite well.


I've heard the RP line is a lot better now when it comes to brightness. Would the Denon and Pioneer still pair good with them? Which one would you go with if you had to chose one?


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To expand on my topic, I'm mostly interested in what AVR's you guys that have Klipsch speakers are using. What do you like and dislike about them with the Klipsch speakers? If you have one of the ones I'm considering and could give me a detailed run down that would be even better. Not interested in people's opinions of stuff they don't even own or people looking to bash brands just because of what they heard. Thanks


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Denon all the way! I have the avr-x2100 and love it.

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Hmm, I'm not sure how "Ladeback" Klipsches powered by 200 watt monoblocks can be.
What are you saying? I am saying that I have twice the wattage available to power my surrounds and and have not hurt my speakers. I have not had to turn up my speakers a lot to get good sound out of them. Klipsch are efficient and you don't have to turn them up much to get get good sound.

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To expand on my topic, I'm mostly interested in what AVR's you guys that have Klipsch speakers are using. What do you like and dislike about them with the Klipsch speakers? If you have one of the ones I'm considering and could give me a detailed run down that would be even better. Not interested in people's opinions of stuff they don't even own or people looking to bash brands just because of what they heard. Thanks


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I own Klipsch speakers and I own the Denon X2200w. I think they work well together. My complaint right now has to do with what was promised with the Dolby add-ons but you're not asking about that situation.

Also, people don't have to own something to have an opinion on it. They could have heard the item you're asking about or something considered to be very similar. I personally don't feel receivers differ all that much with sound. I've owned at least 3 different brands.

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What are you saying? I am saying that I have twice the wattage available to power my surrounds and and have not hurt my speakers. I have not had to turn up my speakers a lot to get good sound out of them. Klipsch are efficient and you don't have to turn them up much to get get good sound.
It was just a joke that apparently didn't land.

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To expand on my topic, I'm mostly interested in what AVR's you guys that have Klipsch speakers are using. What do you like and dislike about them with the Klipsch speakers? If you have one of the ones I'm considering and could give me a detailed run down that would be even better. Not interested in people's opinions of stuff they don't even own or people looking to bash brands just because of what they heard. Thanks


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Any chance of going to a local store and asking to demo an AVR at your home? Even accessories foe less has a return policy. Different brand AVRs do sound different. I have a Klipsch/Yamaha combo and I think it sounds wonderful.
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Well,im finally switching ove from Polk to klipsch.I just ordered the RP-450c center channel.Its going to replace my polk cs20,next will the fronts,Monitor 70.ill be replacing them with the rp 280's.

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RP-450c? I cant wait to get it,should be here this thursday..

Oh,it's being powered by a Yamaha rx-a2050 9.2


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I've heard the RP line is a lot better now when it comes to brightness. Would the Denon and Pioneer still pair good with them? Which one would you go with if you had to chose one?


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I'm a Denon fan so I say go w/Denon.

Especially since Pioneer decided to stop doing any software/firmware upgrades to keep up w/Pandora. I've not checked in a couple of months, but sometime last year Pandora made a change to their system which made it so one could not listen to Pandora through certain models of receivers, mostly units that were ~3 or more years old. So, I'm going to go to a Denon when I swap this one sometime in the future. Last time I tried, I was unable to use Sirius through my Pioneer as well, but that may have been a different issue, I've not looked into it too much.

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Would 200wpc from a Monolith7 power RF-7 ii's well enough? I would probably set them to "Large" so they would handle their own bass.
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Would 200wpc from a Monolith7 power RF-7 ii's well enough? I would probably set them to "Large" so they would handle their own bass.
More than enough and great amp by the way!
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Would 200wpc from a Monolith7 power RF-7 ii's well enough? I would probably set them to "Large" so they would handle their own bass.
You should be fine.....nice gear.
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You should be fine.....nice gear.
I don't actually have the RF-7's yet, but really close to ordering them.

Currently have KF-28 fronts, RC-62ii center, and RB-81ii rears all on the Monolith.

Using a $99 Sony subwoofer, but not sure it will be useful with RF-7's. The sub is already drowned out by the rest of the speakers.
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I don't actually have the RF-7's yet, but really close to ordering them.

Currently have KF-28 fronts, RC-62ii center, and RB-81ii rears all on the Monolith.

Using a $99 Sony subwoofer, but not sure it will be useful with RF-7's. The sub is already drowned out by the rest of the speakers.
That is very insulting to use that sony sub with your nice speakers. LOL Look into some serious subwooferage such as JTR, HSU, PSA, Seaton, SVS, Rythmik, etc. Nothing beats those ID companies for the money and performance.

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That is very insulting to use that sony sub with your nice speakers. LOL Look into some serious subwooferage such as JTR, HSU, PSA, Seaton, SVS, Rythmik, etc. Nothing beats those ID companies for the money and performance.
I have been eyeing the Rythmik F12, but I can't get a sub and RF-7s right now. I felt like the RF-7s would take my 2-channel listening to the next level while a sub would not. I live in the middle of nowhere, so don't have any places to demo stuff.

System is split between TV/Movie use (CX-A5100 pre/pro) and 2-channel music (including Rega RP6 TT feeding into XSP-1 pre). Ideally, these would be separate systems, but I don't have the room for it.
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If you are more focused on 2 channel do the mains first and run it full range. If you are more into home theater, the subs will give you bigger wow factor upgrade.
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I have been eyeing the Rythmik F12, but I can't get a sub and RF-7s right now. I felt like the RF-7s would take my 2-channel listening to the next level while a sub would not. I live in the middle of nowhere, so don't have any places to demo stuff.

System is split between TV/Movie use (CX-A5100 pre/pro) and 2-channel music (including Rega RP6 TT feeding into XSP-1 pre). Ideally, these would be separate systems, but I don't have the room for it.
Get the sub later, you will be amazed how much bass those RF7lls will have. I use the same front tower speakers for 2 channel and movies via a NilesSPK-1 speaker switch. Works great.
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I have been eyeing the Rythmik F12, but I can't get a sub and RF-7s right now. I felt like the RF-7s would take my 2-channel listening to the next level while a sub would not. I live in the middle of nowhere, so don't have any places to demo stuff.

System is split between TV/Movie use (CX-A5100 pre/pro) and 2-channel music (including Rega RP6 TT feeding into XSP-1 pre). Ideally, these would be separate systems, but I don't have the room for it.
I have to agree with @ereed and @ceptorman . For 2 channel music, I listen without subs as the RF-7II's have very capable bass. For the LFE found in movies, however, subs are a must. So, I also suggest the RF-7's first and then the sub as budget allows.

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Another piece from me to complete puzzles .

I have to agree with @Gene 4th, @ereed , @ceptorman .

If you can go and get RF-7II's you will never look back. Your RB-81II's will be great match with them as well. Center and sub can come later.

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Another piece from me to complete puzzles .

I have to agree with @Gene 4th, @ereed , @ceptorman .

If you can go and get RF-7II's you will never look back. Your RB-81II's will be great match with them as well. Center and sub can come later.



And you'll never have to "upgrade" speakers again. Its liberating! (Believe me.........I know, especially after all of the upgrades Ive spent $$ on in the past)! Just do it!
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How does the "premium wood grain polymer veneer with a brushed polymer veneer" of the RP-280F compare to the real wood veneer of the RP-280FA? Is there much difference in the actual look of them? The Best Buy in my area doesn't carry them, so I'm not able to stop by and check them out. I have seen the RP-280FA in black for $750 each at Fry's. Is it worth the extra $300 for the pair for the real wood veneer and included atmos speakers even if I don't plan on hooking up the atmos speaker in the FA at this time?
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