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Hey guys,
I'm looking to get some feedback on some upgrades I'm in the process of doing. I recently picked up a Yamaha RX-A2010 and decided at that time to make a few upgrades to my HT. Right now, I currently have the 1st gen Reference 52 lineup (RC-52, RF-52, RS-52). While doing some in-store research on a good sub to supplement my Klipsch RPW-10D, I accidentally found a great deal on the RC-64 ii Center speaker from my local electronics store. So I had them order me one as they were out of stock. While I was there, I happened to get a quick audition of the RF-7 ii pair that they had and I was pretty impressed. Unfortunately, their demo room is not the greatest so it was hard to gauge how they might sound at home. Still, I was impressed enough that I am planning to pick them up, so my question is, how much of a difference should I expect to see between what I have now and changing out the fronts and center? My basement is not huge by any means (maybe 12x14?) but I do like rich sound and there is always the possibility that I might move into something bigger, so I don't mind if this all sounds like overkill. I am also seriously considering adding the Emotiva XPA-5 to the set, but I'm still researching it like crazy because I've never owned an amp before.

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What's the point of adding an amp if you already have a receiver with a built in amp? In pro audio, the idea is the less components the better so you won't get as much 'noise'. Am I missing something here?

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Hi guys, I'm a first time Klipsch owner, and I've had my (4) WB-14's and (1) WC-24 for about three months, and they just seem to be getting better and better. They are part of my 5.1 system and powered by my Onkyo 709.

Quick question, Audyssey set the x-over at 60hz for the 14's (L/R/Surr) and 50hz for the 24 (Center), but I felt that was far too low, so I changed it to 90hz for all 5 speakers..........What do you guys think?

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What's the point of adding an amp if you already have a receiver with a built in amp? In pro audio, the idea is the less components the better so you won't get as much 'noise'. Am I missing something here?

Yes you are missing something ,modern AVR's don't have the robust amp sections that older AVR's had . The new feature rich AVR's only have a certain amount room in the box by design , add more PCB's & the less room there is for the robust amps that were in the less feature rich older style AVR's .
The Emotiva amps have a very low noise floor, lower than a stock AVR amp section has . Add in the more watts in the Emo's per channel , the ability to run @ lower levels means lower noise floor as well . Then also Add in the added headroom factor & then added amps make a lot of sense .

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Fair enough. That all makes sense to me =^)

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Hey guys, i recently bought a pair of RF82ii's and using an onkyo 805. I love these speakers and have been immersed in this thread....its HUGE!
Question, i ran audessey and it set my speakers ( i am using a powered sub) to full range which i changed to 80hz. After reading i will play a bit more with the crossover freq, but does anyone have a good setting for pairing these with the RC 35( which is what i am using)?
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What's the point of adding an amp if you already have a receiver with a built in amp? In pro audio, the idea is the less components the better so you won't get as much 'noise'. Am I missing something here?

It depends on what SPL at the seat that you want and how hard to drive the speaker may be. Some speakers have some pretty low impedance dips.

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The RF7's that dualedge is asking about are one of those speakers.

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Anyone know the correct angle adjustment screw size for a RC-25 center channel? I have misplaced mine and have angled my center channel using some rubber feet stacked on top of each other and it does seem to help some with sound direction.

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The RF7's that dualedge is asking about are one of those speakers.

Correct, but I don't think the RF-7 II's have as low an impedance dip as the RF-7's. That dip is why a lot of people noticed a difference when connecting up a more powerful amp to the RF-7's.

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Hey guys, i recently bought a pair of RF82ii's and using an onkyo 805. I love these speakers and have been immersed in this thread....its HUGE!
Question, i ran audessey and it set my speakers ( i am using a powered sub) to full range which i changed to 80hz. After reading i will play a bit more with the crossover freq, but does anyone have a good setting for pairing these with the RC 35( which is what i am using)?
Anyhow, glad to join a great community!

Try setting the fronts as "Small" this helped my RC-62 center. And I used 80 as my cross over when I had my 805. Worrked great on movies. For music I use "Pure Direct" no processor and set cross over at 80 but I have Cornwalls and two Subs in very small den.

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Correct, but I don't think the RF-7 II's have as low an impedance dip as the RF-7's. That dip is why a lot of people noticed a difference when connecting up a more powerful amp to the RF-7's.

anyway you say it the 7's & the 7II's still pull alotta watts for those 2 large woofers . & that mostly happens only during dynamic scenes in a movie .

running a 7.1 set-up off just a modern AVR is going to over tax the AVR's amps . Might not clip,but it will be missing alotta dynamics , that's where Amp headroom comes in . I know there are people who say most AVR's need only push 5 to 10 watts a channel to make music. but in Dynamic music passages & in action movies, headroom is needed to accurately present the sounds.

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Try setting the fronts as "Small" this helped my RC-62 center. And I used 80 as my cross over when I had my 805. Worrked great on movies. For music I use "Pure Direct" no processor and set cross over at 80 but I have Cornwalls and two Subs in very small den.

Thanks for the response, unless I overlooked it, I dont think there is a setting for "small", just full band and then specific crossover frequencies. I feel like the center is getting drowned out by the 82's, I will play with it more and report back.
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Thanks for the response, unless I overlooked it, I dont think there is a setting for "small", just full band and then specific crossover frequencies. I feel like the center is getting drowned out by the 82's, I will play with it more and report back.

When setting a xover, you are basically setting it to small. All avrs are different in this aspect


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Thanks for the response, unless I overlooked it, I dont think there is a setting for "small", just full band and then specific crossover frequencies. I feel like the center is getting drowned out by the 82's, I will play with it more and report back.

It's beeen two years.... I have a Yamaha RX-V1900 HD AVR now. It has YPAO room correction I changed it to "small" from "large" with my huge Cornwalls for movies and my RC-62 center is balanced better in my room.
The older I get the more signal gain I add to the center. Have you tried to add gain to the center to see if this helps?

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It's beeen two years.... I have a Yamaha RX-V1900 HD AVR now. It has YPAO room correction I changed it to "small" from "large" with my huge Cornwalls for movies and my RC-62 center is balanced better in my room.
The older I get the more signal gain I add to the center. Have you tried to add gain to the center to see if this helps?

Not yet, but that's what I will try next. Not that any of it sounds bad, just looking for that sweet spot
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It's beeen two years.... I have a Yamaha RX-V1900 HD AVR now. It has YPAO room correction I changed it to "small" from "large" with my huge Cornwalls for movies and my RC-62 center is balanced better in my room.
The older I get the more signal gain I add to the center. Have you tried to add gain to the center to see if this helps?

by setting your crossover to 80 you are taking alot of bass dynamics outta your Cornwalls. I set my CornScala's @ 40 just above rolloff that way I get the full benefit outta the 15" woofers as well as my subs

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by setting your crossover to 80 you are taking alot of bass dynamics outta your Cornwalls. I set my CornScala's @ 40 just above rolloff that way I get the full benefit outta the 15" woofers as well as my subs

OK I will try that. Thanks ...

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I'm planning my home theater and have pretty much decided on the THX Ultra2 system. A couple of questions. First, I see that Klipsch recommends locating the two subs next to each other. Their diagram shows them together at the front of the theater. Have you THX U2 owners experienced an advantage with this setup? Or, do you recommend something else? I realize a lot has to do with room dynamics, just looking for general experience here.

Second, I like the idea of buying a system that's been designed to optimally work together. However, I also read a lot about the great capabilities of many other subwoofers. That would seem to be about the only place that I would think about substituting another brand in the system. Any experience with this? Using maybe a couple of Hsu's instead of the KW-120s? Or are the 120s simply that good that one wouldn't consider other approaches?

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Anybody have any feedback on the SW-115? I'm trying to decide to go with that or the SW-112. If I go with the SW-112, I'll probably eventually go with 2 of them. What do you think would be better to go with, 2 SW-112s or a SW-115?

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Anybody have any feedback on the SW-115? I'm trying to decide to go with that or the SW-112. If I go with the SW-112, I'll probably eventually go with 2 of them. What do you think would be better to go with, 2 SW-112s or a SW-115?

With these two subs the choices are:
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Anybody have any feedback on the SW-115? I'm trying to decide to go with that or the SW-112. If I go with the SW-112, I'll probably eventually go with 2 of them. What do you think would be better to go with, 2 SW-112s or a SW-115?


I will let you know in a few days when my 115 comes in.
I have high expectations for the 18hz and 121dB, But I am only buying one for now.


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With these two subs the choices are:
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I've asked someone to move my thread but no one didn't so I'm posting it in here.

Right now I have a pair of Klipsch VF-36 towers. I came across an ad selling a pair of Klipsch RF-3's. I looked at the specs of both speakers and there is not much if any difference in Frequency respose. My question is would it be smart to pick up the RF3's or just keep my VF-36's? I know the
RF3's are older but what is the difference in the 2?

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I've asked someone to move my thread but no one didn't so I'm posting it in here.

Right now I have a pair of Klipsch VF-36 towers. I came across an ad selling a pair of Klipsch RF-3's. I looked at the specs of both speakers and there is not much if any difference in Frequency respose. My question is would it be smart to pick up the RF3's or just keep my VF-36's? I know the
RF3's are older but what is the difference in the 2?

Thanks for your time.

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