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post #48001 of 51528
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Originally Posted by hernanu View Post

Should be more than enough - how does it sound?

I hear the stirrings of upgradeitis.

smile.gif haha
post #48002 of 51528
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Originally Posted by caloyzki View Post


Because of my limited space on my living room apartment thats the only place i can put my surrounds. But all i can say is wow! Especially wit movies!

I've been listening to "Blue Man Group - Audio" in 5.1 surround. This is a DVD-Audio with DST surround but it is also has on the other side a version that can be played on a regular DVD player. This is not a video, just 5.1 audio. It starts out, well, kind of meh. Then, the drums kick in, but still, kinda OK. Then, HOLY...!!!! This is a GREAT workout for a multi-channel system that really gets all your speakers into the mix, especially the sub. I just got an Energy S8.3 (for $52 shipped) and an Energy S8.2 ($45 shipped) and I gotta say, these little subs command respect!
post #48003 of 51528
I finally decided on some stands for my 5.2cs. for L/R

24" Lovan M2's Glass Base / Black Post. - I think the 24s will work well based on speaker height /tweeter placement of the V5.2C, I have some other nice tempered glass furtniture in that room as well. Should look pretty nice once its all set.

Got a great deal on them from wayfair actually, ship direct from Lovan , in Paramount CA, ETA 06/14 /Ship 06/10

$170 Pair shipped. - 3% CB.



Oh btw, I am done too with upgraditus. 4k is a long way off for me to be practical,

I have a DLP currently, and would love a sharp 80" but its just not the right time ...

I ended up selling off my take classic system in parts for over 215.xx and other ebay transactions payed for 2 v5.2s over the last two months.

Now i own a little piece of Energy's history with a Veritas Set and RC Set,

I will just admire the original 1.8s and 2.3is , 2.2s from a far.....

Upstairs
3312CI AVR
V5.2C x 2 L/R / Lovan M2 24"
V MiniC - Center ( Due to location restrictions)
V MiniC - LR, RR
Velodyne CT120 Sub

Downstairs 5.1 / w heights
4311CI AVR
RC70 L/R
RC-LCR Center
RC-RCR LR/RR
VMINI-C Heights x 2
V-Mini x 2 ( Future 7.1?) or bedroom maybe
S10.3 x 2 Subs
Edited by nc88keyz - 6/8/13 at 3:32pm
post #48004 of 51528
Just ran MCACC for the first time after integrating my new sub. Not as impactful feel-wise but there is absolutely nothing missing frequency-wise. No gaps or anything. I have one of my s10.2 subs in the system as well. I have to wait til next payday to order another long sub cable and y-adapter and I'll add my other sub to the other side of the back couch.

post #48005 of 51528
Thats pretty much my setup, I just moved, re ran MCACC on my VSX 33, and find that the subs are very involved now, much more than before. May have to tone it down a bit.I was watching Nemo, where Darla is tapping the tank and I could definitely feel it.

The room makes a large difference.
post #48006 of 51528
Picked up the RC70's, Black RC-LCR and S12.3 yesterday. Tried them out today.

RC70's:
A couple of minor normal wear spots on the RC70's. The one stand has a little piece that is pushed in a little on the corner - about 1/3 of an inch. I will switch it so it's in the back and not viewable or noticeable. The other couple of things I covered with a black marker and not even visible.
Sounded exactly the same as my current RC70's - which I think is amazing. Perfect working order. I did an A/B. Missing the gold brackets - so I put the ones from my RC70 on. Anybody know where I can get 2 of those? The things that connect the H+H-,L+L-?

RC-LCR:
In near perfect shape. I did notice a small dot, like a pen mark in the middle of the larger tweeter. Not really dented or anything.
Sounded the same as my rosenut RC-LCR - great! Again - I did an A/B and sounded the same.

S12.3:
A bit of a beast...
I touched up a very tiny spot with a black marker - the size of the head of a pin. This sub is in as close to perfect shape as possible (just like the s10.3's are).
Sounded a slight bit clearer on the low end and a little more "feeling" /pressure during the skidoosh scene from Kung Fu Panda. I did an A/B with my s10.3's after recalibration for the s12.3.
It was a close call but more a little feeling with the s12.3. I am leaning toward keeping the S12.3 (do to the WAF on space). Both are quite capable subs, IMHO.

Looks like I will be parting with the Rosenut RC-LCR - almost perfect shape - one tiny scratch on the back - again - very small. Tweeters and other speakers are in perfect shape. My 9 year old said the black one matches the other RC70's, so he picked that one :-)

Also - selling the RC70's....although i would really like to move them to the upstairs room - I don't think my wife would go for it though.
Also - selling 2 s10.3's in perfect shape.

Feel free to PM me if interested. I got a good deal on these and will sell them at a very reasonable price to the good folks on this forum. RC70's would have to be local'ish due to their size...or pay about an extra $100 for shipping. I think the s10.3's would have to be local too or will be quite a bit extra for professional packing.

I think it was worth 6 hours in the car to get these...despite it raining heavily for most of the trip...
Edited by eah9 - 6/8/13 at 3:51pm
post #48007 of 51528
Just chiming in a with a little bit of info in regards to getting "the most out of what you have" -- at least, in my case.
As most regulars know on here, I've had my 2.2i's for a bit now. Along with baron & the rest, I have at times 'wondered' what the 2.3, 2.4, etc, would be able to offer in the increased bass range.
Admittedly, at one point I was very close to pretty much more-than-doubling the amount of money I invested in the 2.2i's (already more than any other speakers in the house) in order to upgrade to the 2.4i's.
After following some guidelines batpig & others put out there for me, I can say I'm pretty darn happy now though. As I speak, I'm listening to some music via the 2.2i's, blended with the s12.3 sub, and I don't really feel like I'm missing anything.
That being said -- I haven't HEARD the 2.4i's ... so I can't say for sure. But, for what I'm getting out of them, they sound quite stellar for me.

My one concern: At times, when listening at high volume levels, the 4311 will shut off, with the blinking red ring around the power switch on the receiver. If I turn things back on, everything seems to work fine. When I had my APS 5+2's as my mains, this had happened as well, and I think I had narrowed the issue down to just one or two 'threads' of the speaker wire sticking out and contacting the other side (+ and -). I don't think this is the case here though. Any thoughts on what the issue might be? Or am I just listening too loud? With the 4311, I don't think that would be an issue, as last time it happened, I was only listening in 2.1 (2.2i's + s12.3).

Overall though, I just wanted to kind of reiterate what others on here have said in the past: the 2.2i's, if paired with a capable sub...and given some attention to tweak-to-taste, can likely get 'most' of what you'd get out of the 2.3's or 2.4's. In my case this is, however, with XT32 to do some room adjustments (though I do have the sub setup to run 'hot', since I like more bass, and even have the 2.2i's on 'double bass' contributing, too).

I think with most of our home setups, the actual setup of equipment (physically and electronically settings-wise) is going to play a huge factor in how much we get out of our systems.
The other key...is knowing when to stop 'tinkering' -- and just enjoy!
I think I'm finally there. smile.gif

Now...there's just to sell my C-8's (or C-6's -- one or the other) and my 5.1e / RVS setup!!! Those poor beasts have been relegated to the garage for now.
Speaking of which, here's some side-by-side photos of the C-8's and 5.1e's -- kind of fun to see, since I don't think many on here have ever seen the 5.1e's, but many have had experiences and / or seen the 'even-numbered' C's in setups. I'd say they're actually pretty darn comparable, and if you can grab them anywhere, can be found for killer prices!!! Both are great speakers ... makes me wish I had more rooms in my home. wink.gif

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post #48008 of 51528
eah9:

Glad to hear it worked out for you! Hopefully somebody locally will want your towers. I'm sure you'll have NO problem finding buyers for the others right here on the forum.
post #48009 of 51528
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Originally Posted by eah9 View Post

Picked up the RC70's, Black RC-LCR and S12.3 yesterday. Tried them out today.

RC70's:
Missing the gold brackets - so I put the ones from my RC70 on. Anybody know where I can get 2 of those? The things that connect the H+H-,L+L-?

You can probably get the gold plated bracket jumpers directly from Klipsch, but it might be cheaper (and possibly sound better) to make your own jumpers from some quality cable and spade connectors (or bare wire if you don't mind the maintenance).

Congrats on the new sub and matching center. It seems a few folks on this forum have been in sub upgrade mode. We'll all be bass heads before Klipsch completely uses up all the goodwill of the Energy Speakers brand (oops, maybe they already did!).
Edited by jasonmichaelh - 6/8/13 at 4:48pm
post #48010 of 51528
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Originally Posted by Fears4Ears View Post

eah9:

Glad to hear it worked out for you! Hopefully somebody locally will want your towers. I'm sure you'll have NO problem finding buyers for the others right here on the forum.


Thanks!
post #48011 of 51528
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Originally Posted by jasonmichaelh View Post

You can probably get the gold plated bracket jumpers directly from Klipsch, but it might be cheaper (and possibly sound better) to make your own jumpers from some quality cable and spade connectors (or bare wire if you don't mind the maintenance).

Congrats on the new sub and matching center. It seems a few folks on this forum have been in sub upgrade mode. We'll all be bass heads before Klipsch completely uses up all the goodwill of the Energy Speakers brand (oops, maybe they already did!).


ok. thanks. I sent an email to energy and will call klipsch monday. probably will go with original gold plate just to make it match.


the subs for movies do make a difference to the experience. thanks again.
post #48012 of 51528
John:

Those older Energy speakers really are an awesome value. If you can get buyers to come over to listen there should be NO problem selling them. Just don't let them compare them to your "little" V2.2i's.

Glad to hear that you're able to just relax and enjoy your speakers. I haven't even bothered to run Audessey on my Denon 3808. I'm listening to lots of 5.1 multi-channel SACD and DVD-Audio music in DTS direct. The V2.3's sound so awesome with the V2.0C, I'm just happy to send the entire signal through for max clarity. My gawd the clarity!
post #48013 of 51528
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Originally Posted by DAC21 View Post

Yep, 30" is the way to go with the RC-10, puts the tweeter at ear level when seated.

I'm using this with some blue tac (museum putty) on the base. Never an incident, though I have no young kids.

http://www.adorama.com/SANBF31B.html
Thank you. I purchased these and waiting for them to arrive!
post #48014 of 51528
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Originally Posted by Fears4Ears View Post

John:

Those older Energy speakers really are an awesome value. If you can get buyers to come over to listen there should be NO problem selling them. Just don't let them compare them to your "little" V2.2i's.

Glad to hear that you're able to just relax and enjoy your speakers. I haven't even bothered to run Audessey on my Denon 3808. I'm listening to lots of 5.1 multi-channel SACD and DVD-Audio music in DTS direct. The V2.3's sound so awesome with the V2.0C, I'm just happy to send the entire signal through for max clarity. My gawd the clarity!

Lol...that's actually what happened last time -- I setup the C-8's, the guy loved them...and then he said, "Hey...what are those little speakers behind them there?" (the 2.2i's). Then I think he started obsessing over going "bigger", even though he didn't even hear them. lol...instant upgrade-itis, even before he purchased! Arrg!
I haven't posted the 5.1e setup yet, as for what I could get for them...they might not be worth it to sell; I'm not sure. They really are very comparable to, say, the C-8's -- just 'older', which most people don't really want to pay for. It's funny...we on here definitely pay a premium for incremental improvements...but the difference between, for instance, the 5.1e and C-8's isn't huge (I actually go back and forth between them), and from what someone has said in the past, there isn't a huge difference between the C-8's and the RC-70's / newer Veritas. So really, we are definitely getting HUGE value for our money by going the used market -- as you noted. smile.gif

I am, indeed, very happy to just be enjoying the speakers. smile.gif Actually still listening to music in the same spot since my last post, lol.
Glad you are enjoying your 2.3's as well -- and yes...it is indeed nice to have the matching center. I personally don't find the 2.0C to be lacking in any fashion as far as integration goes. If I ever find a stellar deal on the 2.3s or 2.4's, I might be tempted 'just because', but overall I really am content. It's been an investment over time, for sure -- but I really get a lot of joy out of my setup. At times I wish I would have just jumped to the Veritas from the beginning, but it has been fun working my way up, too -- I just kind of want to recover some of the costs & free up some garage space ... and see the speakers go to a good home!

I did have a quick question:
I have both the C-6's and C-8's. Right now the C-6's are my surround-back speakers. Does anyone really have any thoughts either way on if the C-8's would be warranted being back there instead of the C-6's? I figure I can get more money for the C-8's, but if there's any reason I should put the C-8's back there instead (aside from the slightly nicer finish), I can always look to sell the C-6's instead.

PS - I have no idea why the text is showing up italicized... :-/
post #48015 of 51528
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Originally Posted by eah9 View Post

ok. thanks. I sent an email to energy and will call klipsch monday. probably will go with original gold plate just to make it match.


the subs for movies do make a difference to the experience. thanks again.
I am in need of 1 jumper for my 50's. I called Energy months ago and the person suggested that I just use speaker wire to create a jumper. He said that he can sell me the jumper but the only way is to sell me the whole crossover eek.gif
I just found these jumpers and I am going to order Monday http://anticables.com/jumpers
post #48016 of 51528
John:

"Getting a lot of joy" out of one's system is what this is all about. Once we can just sit back and enjoy, without obsessing over the next incremental upgrade, it makes it all worthwhile. At that point we can just get lost in the sound. I think we're both there!

Next step for me is finding the best SACD and DVD-Audio, and of course BD's, to get the max out of the system. I also just got another turntable and I keep finding awesome deals on vinyl in antique stores. Just found another brand new Rickie Lee Jones and some Tchaikovsky and Ravel. I ordered the Beatles "Love" DVD-A last night and I'm looking for another Blue Man Group, since I just can't get enough of all that massive percusion coming at me from all sides.

Try picking one of those up. It may convince you to put your larger speakers as surrounds.
post #48017 of 51528
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Originally Posted by tang7969 View Post

I am in need of 1 jumper for my 50's. I called Energy months ago and the person suggested that I just use speaker wire to create a jumper. He said that he can sell me the jumper but the only way is to sell me the whole crossover eek.gif
I just found these jumpers and I am going to order Monday http://anticables.com/jumpers

Thanks! I moved the gold plates to the new RC70's I picked up so they will match on the set I am selling. I guess I will try the jumpers on mine. Who knows, it might even sound a bit better. Cool.
post #48018 of 51528
^^^^ Those are way too expensive for jumper cables.

Buy some paper clips and save your money.biggrin.gif
post #48019 of 51528
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Originally Posted by losservatore View Post

^^^^ Those are way too expensive for jumper cables.

Buy some paper clips and save your money.biggrin.gif
For $38 I'll try them.biggrin.gif 30 day money back guarantee.
post #48020 of 51528
World Wide Stereo has the V-mini Center in Rosenut for $74.99 less $15 today. That's $59.99 with free shipping! Code WEEKEND15. Prolly only works for 1 but $74.99 is still a great price if you need more than that.
post #48021 of 51528
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Originally Posted by tang7969 View Post

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Originally Posted by losservatore View Post

^^^^ Those are way too expensive for jumper cables.

Buy some paper clips and save your money.biggrin.gif
For $38 I'll try them.biggrin.gif 30 day money back guarantee.


I'm just kidding about the paper clips lol.


Just make sure that the spades are big enough to fit.
post #48022 of 51528
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Originally Posted by Fears4Ears View Post

World Wide Stereo has the V-mini Center in Rosenut for $74.99 less $15 today. That's $59.99 with free shipping! Code WEEKEND15. Prolly only works for 1 but $74.99 is still a great price if you need more than that.
I tried this and it didn't work .
post #48023 of 51528
Go to buy.com, search for v-mini
post #48024 of 51528
If you go to buy.com (or rakuten.com) and search for v-mini it will bring up the wwstereo sale. If you put one in your cart and enter the code WEEKEND15 when you're about to pay, you will get it for $59.99 with free shipping. It says max 2 so I would think you could get one for that price and one for $79.99. You must be registered with buy.com but you can pay with Paypal if you prefer. Sale ends at midnight.
post #48025 of 51528
if you use buy.com/rakuten you must use PayPal. there is a thread on slickdeals where over 100 people's credit cards had fraudulent charges show up after using them on said websites.
post #48026 of 51528
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Originally Posted by johnb4467 View Post

Just chiming in a with a little bit of info in regards to getting "the most out of what you have" -- at least, in my case.
As most regulars know on here, I've had my 2.2i's for a bit now. Along with baron & the rest, I have at times 'wondered' what the 2.3, 2.4, etc, would be able to offer in the increased bass range.
Admittedly, at one point I was very close to pretty much more-than-doubling the amount of money I invested in the 2.2i's (already more than any other speakers in the house) in order to upgrade to the 2.4i's.
After following some guidelines batpig & others put out there for me, I can say I'm pretty darn happy now though. As I speak, I'm listening to some music via the 2.2i's, blended with the s12.3 sub, and I don't really feel like I'm missing anything.
That being said -- I haven't HEARD the 2.4i's ... so I can't say for sure. But, for what I'm getting out of them, they sound quite stellar for me.

My one concern: At times, when listening at high volume levels, the 4311 will shut off, with the blinking red ring around the power switch on the receiver. If I turn things back on, everything seems to work fine. When I had my APS 5+2's as my mains, this had happened as well, and I think I had narrowed the issue down to just one or two 'threads' of the speaker wire sticking out and contacting the other side (+ and -). I don't think this is the case here though. Any thoughts on what the issue might be? Or am I just listening too loud? With the 4311, I don't think that would be an issue, as last time it happened, I was only listening in 2.1 (2.2i's + s12.3).

Overall though, I just wanted to kind of reiterate what others on here have said in the past: the 2.2i's, if paired with a capable sub...and given some attention to tweak-to-taste, can likely get 'most' of what you'd get out of the 2.3's or 2.4's. In my case this is, however, with XT32 to do some room adjustments (though I do have the sub setup to run 'hot', since I like more bass, and even have the 2.2i's on 'double bass' contributing, too).

I think with most of our home setups, the actual setup of equipment (physically and electronically settings-wise) is going to play a huge factor in how much we get out of our systems.
The other key...is knowing when to stop 'tinkering' -- and just enjoy!
I think I'm finally there. smile.gif

Now...there's just to sell my C-8's (or C-6's -- one or the other) and my 5.1e / RVS setup!!! Those poor beasts have been relegated to the garage for now.
Speaking of which, here's some side-by-side photos of the C-8's and 5.1e's -- kind of fun to see, since I don't think many on here have ever seen the 5.1e's, but many have had experiences and / or seen the 'even-numbered' C's in setups. I'd say they're actually pretty darn comparable, and if you can grab them anywhere, can be found for killer prices!!! Both are great speakers ... makes me wish I had more rooms in my home. wink.gif

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John, those C-8's are really nice looking. Glad to hear you dialed in a sound that you like with the V2.2i using a sub to go along with them.
The V2.3i by themselves for me have just the right amount of bottom end for my taste. At this time I am using the V2.2i along with the V2.0Ci
for our main TV watching area upstairs. I really like that 3 channel setup for sound and using the V2.3i downstairs pulling 2 channel duty.
post #48027 of 51528
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Originally Posted by eah9 View Post

Picked up the RC70's, Black RC-LCR and S12.3 yesterday. Tried them out today.

RC70's:
A couple of minor normal wear spots on the RC70's. The one stand has a little piece that is pushed in a little on the corner - about 1/3 of an inch. I will switch it so it's in the back and not viewable or noticeable. The other couple of things I covered with a black marker and not even visible.
Sounded exactly the same as my current RC70's - which I think is amazing. Perfect working order. I did an A/B. Missing the gold brackets - so I put the ones from my RC70 on. Anybody know where I can get 2 of those? The things that connect the H+H-,L+L-?

RC-LCR:
In near perfect shape. I did notice a small dot, like a pen mark in the middle of the larger tweeter. Not really dented or anything.
Sounded the same as my rosenut RC-LCR - great! Again - I did an A/B and sounded the same.

S12.3:
A bit of a beast...
I touched up a very tiny spot with a black marker - the size of the head of a pin. This sub is in as close to perfect shape as possible (just like the s10.3's are).
Sounded a slight bit clearer on the low end and a little more "feeling" /pressure during the skidoosh scene from Kung Fu Panda. I did an A/B with my s10.3's after recalibration for the s12.3.
It was a close call but more a little feeling with the s12.3. I am leaning toward keeping the S12.3 (do to the WAF on space). Both are quite capable subs, IMHO.

Looks like I will be parting with the Rosenut RC-LCR - almost perfect shape - one tiny scratch on the back - again - very small. Tweeters and other speakers are in perfect shape. My 9 year old said the black one matches the other RC70's, so he picked that one :-)

Also - selling the RC70's....although i would really like to move them to the upstairs room - I don't think my wife would go for it though.
Also - selling 2 s10.3's in perfect shape.

Feel free to PM me if interested. I got a good deal on these and will sell them at a very reasonable price to the good folks on this forum. RC70's would have to be local'ish due to their size...or pay about an extra $100 for shipping. I think the s10.3's would have to be local too or will be quite a bit extra for professional packing.

I think it was worth 6 hours in the car to get these...despite it raining heavily for most of the trip...

Glad the trip worked out for you and the gear is in good shape. Have you tried running 4 RC-70's in your setup since you got them there? I used to run 4 RC-70's for my front stage using 2 of them for front wides.
post #48028 of 51528
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Originally Posted by Fears4Ears View Post

John:

Those older Energy speakers really are an awesome value. If you can get buyers to come over to listen there should be NO problem selling them. Just don't let them compare them to your "little" V2.2i's.

Glad to hear that you're able to just relax and enjoy your speakers. I haven't even bothered to run Audessey on my Denon 3808. I'm listening to lots of 5.1 multi-channel SACD and DVD-Audio music in DTS direct. The V2.3's sound so awesome with the V2.0C, I'm just happy to send the entire signal through for max clarity. My gawd the clarity!

Fears, glad that V2.0C is working for you in your setup. Have you tried along with your V2.3 for movies yet?
post #48029 of 51528
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Originally Posted by baron2 View Post

Glad the trip worked out for you and the gear is in good shape. Have you tried running 4 RC-70's in your setup since you got them there? I used to run 4 RC-70's for my front stage using 2 of them for front wides.

Thanks Baron2. I don't think my avr can run the wides but I will check. And unfortunately I can't try it since the gold plate was missing in the one RC70. I could rig something up I suppose but I am out of town until Thursday night.

By the way - I did get a response from energy/klipsch and they said to call them (below is the info and cost). Not too bad an option I guess, depending on the shipping.

These parts are available only on the larger assembly with the binding posts and
mounting plate; here is the part information for your records:
Part number: 7CT3RC12
Part description: TERMINAL PLATE W/ BINDING POST & STRAP
Price (USD): $9.46 (each plus applicable tax and shipping)



Baron - How did you like it when you tried it (the 4 RC70's)? I bet it was pretty darn powerful. The RC70's are so good, IMHO. Don't make me want to keep them now! biggrin.gif

Looks like the rosenut rc-lcr is off the market.
Still have the s10.3's and the RC70's.
Edited by eah9 - 6/10/13 at 12:54pm
post #48030 of 51528
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Originally Posted by Fears4Ears View Post

John:

"Getting a lot of joy" out of one's system is what this is all about. Once we can just sit back and enjoy, without obsessing over the next incremental upgrade, it makes it all worthwhile. At that point we can just get lost in the sound. I think we're both there!

Next step for me is finding the best SACD and DVD-Audio, and of course BD's, to get the max out of the system. I also just got another turntable and I keep finding awesome deals on vinyl in antique stores. Just found another brand new Rickie Lee Jones and some Tchaikovsky and Ravel. I ordered the Beatles "Love" DVD-A last night and I'm looking for another Blue Man Group, since I just can't get enough of all that massive percusion coming at me from all sides.

Try picking one of those up. It may convince you to put your larger speakers as surrounds.

I agree, once you find what you like with speakers and AVR the upgrade urge is not there and you can just sit back and enjoy.
I really like all the speakers and AVR's I have tried for the most part but some just stick out more. I really like my 4 - V5.2 front stage
and the V5.2 for center and my surround speakers along with my Pioneer VSX-33 for my theatre room downstairs. My V2.3i for 2 channel music
running off my Pioneer SA-9500II amplifier downstairs. And my V2.2i and V2.0Ci along with my Pioneer VSX-94TXH for upstairs.
Took alot of different combinations with speakers and AVR's to find exactly what I liked but once you find it its a good feeling.
I will say this though if I was going to keep my RC-70's and the rest of my RC-line I would run them off a class D amp/avr like the
Pioneer SC-25. I tried that combination and the RC-70's sounded really nice, better than anything else I had them hooked up to.
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