Quote:I am a few pages behind and someone may have answered your question by now, but I used to run RC-10s for surrounds and now have RC-Rs and to me it is a definite upgrade. Now this all depends on your room and preference. My room is open and my RC-Rs are mounted on posts that divide the room and I find it much more enveloping instead of distracting like the monopole RC-10s were. I also find them great for having party's where I use multichannel music, they just sort of fill the room without direction instead of being focused.
On the topic of nc88keys (sorry if I mixed up your name I'm on my phone), I know you are getting teased, but I applaud you for taking that with a grain of salt and continuing to post. I don't blame you for posting ridiculous prices for your RC-Rs. There are a lot of people that make a lot of money and you never know when someone will bite on those. The fact is that they are rare, the most rare of the RC line and personally I wouldn't sell mine for less than $600, but like you, I really don't want to sell them in the first place. I remember a few years ago I thought they were ugly and didn't want them, but when I got them I was more excited then when I got 2 pairs of RC-10s and I would jump on another pair at the right price, but like most of us in this thread we are looking for deals, not overpriced speakers.
I have a 9.2 Energy/ Hsu system and I'm done with home audio for a very long time. Now I'm moving on to car audio and just put some Polk speakers in my truck and I'm really impressed by them, but that's for a different thread. Enjoy!