I have listened to the Bic America FH-65B Bookshelf Speaker and the Klipsch RB-51 II Reference Series. I like them both but I can't make a discernible between the two. All things being equal to my ears I would get the BIC since they are less expensive and would allow more budget for a sub, receiver, or surrounds. I would get 5 FH-65B as my LCR behind a AT screen and 2 more as my rear L and R on my 7.2 system. If I go BIC, I will get the BIC Acoustech PL-66 as my surrounds and a BIC America F12 as my two subs with the Onkyo TX-NR809 as my receiver. My room will be 16x12 with 2' behind the AT screen for the LCR. My budget is $1500 for a receiver and all my speakers. This is my first home theater. All of my speaker experience before this was HTIB systems under $500 from your local big box retailers. Any advice, reviews, or suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
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6/10/12 at 7:23pm