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There has to be someone that has these reference 263 speakers, no? They look solid, but all about sound. What are the speaker material, is it just paper on these or something?
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I just got a pair of r152's and love them. These are great bookshelf speakers for the money. I ended up getting killer deal on ebay and found them for $100. One of the best $100 i've ever spent.

If I was going to do my whole home theater over again, these would be on my short list of reasonably priced speakers.

I did a pretty detailed review of them with measurements you can find here http://averagejoeaudiophile.blogspot...itys-high.html

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I just got a pair of r152's and love them. These are great bookshelf speakers for the money. I ended up getting killer deal on ebay and found them for $100. One of the best $100 i've ever spend.

If I was going to do my whole home theater over again, these would be on my short list of reasonably priced speakers.

I did a pretty detailed review of them with measurements you can find here http://averagejoeaudiophile.blogspot...itys-high.html
Great write-up! I always enjoy your reviews as it's nice to see some real-world measurements to back up what you are hearing. I would love to give these a try, need to keep my eye out for any sales on them. The biggest issue with the Primus for me was their brighter than average sound, but it sounds the new Reference series is a bit more even.

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Would be great to read such a review of the towers.

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Great write-up! I always enjoy your reviews as it's nice to see some real-world measurements to back up what you are hearing. I would love to give these a try, need to keep my eye out for any sales on them. The biggest issue with the Primus for me was their brighter than average sound, but it sounds the new Reference series is a bit more even.
Thank you! It listening to the r152 was a big eye opener to some of the weaknesses of the Primus, especially in the near field where I did most of my listening this time. A down side of the Primus is they are just a touch bright for some in a 2.0 system. They are not as balanced as the r152s, with the r152's also being a little less active in the lower treble and without the bloom past 8khz.

Once you add a sub to the Priums, those issues don't go away but they do become less noticeable. The r152 don't suffer any of those issues and probably don't even need a sub for many types of music and listening situations.

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Btw AverageJoeaudio, My owned since new Infinity Alpha 50's, 37c and 20's are in use every day, 10's in storage. Still love them. The Alpha line preceded the Betas which preceded the Primus line.

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Btw AverageJoeaudio, My owned since new Infinity Alpha 50's, 37c and 20's are in use every day, 10's in storage. Still love them. The Alpha line preceded the Betas which preceded the Primus line.
Wasn't the Alpha line designed primarily for the European market? I had a pair of 20s once and couldn't help but notice that they were manufactured in Scandinavia. I never saw them for sale here. And I think the Entra line actually preceded the Primus line, which means that the Betas were really the end of the line for their good stuff until this new Reference line came out. Been enjoying my Interludes for 11 years now.

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Wasn't the Alpha line designed primarily for the European market? I had a pair of 20s once and couldn't help but notice that they were manufactured in Scandinavia. I never saw them for sale here. And I think the Entra line actually preceded the Primus line, which means that the Betas were really the end of the line for their good stuff until this new Reference line came out. Been enjoying my Interludes for 11 years now.
Thanks for your questions. I also had Enta's. The Entra's were a economy line. The Alpha's were sold online by Infinity and at Circuit City. According to techs at Infinity the Alphas were superior to the Betas because of superior materials. Infinity was really into satellite speakers at that time. This was well back in the day. I am very disappointed with Infinity. Seems they have almost left the home speaker market.

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I think Harman has decided that this new Reference line is as good as it's going to get at Infinity with Revel taking over from there on up. Concertas aren't that much more expensive (well, $700/pr for M12s). But they don't have the dealer network of Infinity.

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I think Harman has decided that this new Reference line is as good as it's going to get at Infinity with Revel taking over from there on up. Concertas aren't that much more expensive (well, $700/pr for M12s). But they don't have the dealer network of Infinity.
After spending some time with them, the Reference line really needs to be in some place like Best Buy/Magnolia. Let Frys and Amazon keep the Primus's. If its a line the ends up dying off too soon, I know what I'll build my new HT out of at a nice discount.
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Nice set of Beta50s w/ center and surrounds available in the Infinity Beta Owners thread.

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Primus P363 Upgrade

I currently have Primus P363 towers and I am thinking of upgrading to the Reference R263. I was wondering if anyone has done this. Is it a decent upgrade?


My other question is I have very little room I can have the R263 from the wall. Does anyone know the minimum distance the R263 should be from the wall?


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My other question is I have very little room I can have the R263 from the wall. Does anyone know the minimum distance the R263 should be from the wall?
I imagine that wherever your Primus towers sound best would also be fine for the R263s. Since they are rear-ported I'd recommend 8 inches at the very least. Most speakers create the most realistic image/soundstage when placed much further into the room than most people do. In this review the speaker fronts are 3 feet from the wall.

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Secure R253 Tower Speakers

I just bought a pair of R253 tower speakers. I have them on carpet and I am using the carpet spikes. I find the speakers are very wobbly. I have a 2 year old and I am a little worried about him knocking them over. Although, I do have large baby gate blocking the speakers.


I was wonder if there was a way to make the speakers more stable. I have tried adjusting the spikes to be longer and it did not help. I do have a thin berber like carpet with a pad underneath. Do I possibly need different spikes? I was also wondering if made a speaker stand that is low to the ground and flat to stabilize the speakers.


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You guys shouldn't be looking forward when it comes to Infinity speakers, instead you all should look in the past! Old Skool Infinity's are the best!

One thing about Infinity though, why are the bass on their woofers always soo wimpy? I wonder if they just designed it that way to be more punchy and precise, having designed them around the use of a separate subwoofer to compliment the lower frequencies......... or if they just can't design a decent cabinet/woofer to get more low's out of them?
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One thing about Infinity though, why are the bass on their woofers always soo wimpy? I wonder if they just designed it that way to be more punchy and precise, having designed them around the use of a separate subwoofer to compliment the lower frequencies......... or if they just can't design a decent cabinet/woofer to get more low's out of them?
Harman/Infinity made several models with great bass: 2, possibly 3 different Preludes; the Intermezzo line; the Interlude IL-60 and IL-50; and the Overture series (designed by Andrew Jones). All had powered woofer sections though. Maybe that's what it takes for them to shine.

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Old Skool Infinity's are the best!
In the strict technical sense, yes, yes they where, actually. If you valued things like accuracy and none of that audiophile BS.

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One thing about Infinity though, why are the bass on their woofers always soo wimpy? I wonder if they just designed it that way to be more punchy and precise, having designed them around the use of a separate subwoofer to compliment the lower frequencies......... or if they just can't design a decent cabinet/woofer to get more low's out of them?
Because, yes, they are designed to be used with a standalone sub. That and having a single driver cover that much of the low frequencies can introduce a lot of distortion. You have to remember that Infinity, JBL, and Revel are all the same company (Harman International) and they have, arguably, the best speaker engineering team in the world.
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Infinity R253 Cabinet Issues

I purchased a pair of R253 speakers a month or so ago. Out of the first pair one of the speakers was in perfect condition. The other had missing finish on the front and bottom at the corners. That speaker went back and I was sent a replacement. The replacement had the same issues. I am now being sent a 3rd speaker.


I was wondering if anyone has seen these issues on the reference line in general?


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What are you guys' thoughts on the old skool Infinity RS-125 through RS-625? Any experience with them and what is your opinion on them?
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I bought a pair of R253's yesterday for $199/ea. Can't wait for them to arrive on Wednesday.
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How would you replace a driver (if needed) in these Reference speakers? I don't see any screws at the front of the speakers.

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How would you replace a driver (if needed) in these Reference speakers? I don't see any screws at the front of the speakers.

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Could the trim ring pop out to reveal some screws?


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I bought a pair of R253's yesterday for $199/ea. Can't wait for them to arrive on Wednesday.
Where did you get that low of a price on these? I am very curious. Amazon hasn't budged on these...thanks in advance.

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Where did you get that low of a price on these? I am very curious. Amazon hasn't budged on these...thanks in advance.
They were on sale in-store at Nebraska Furniture Mart. I've been checking weekly (online) since I got them and none of the speakers from that set have gone on sale since. I have a hard time paying $349 for the center channel when I paid $400 for both towers

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With the apparent discontinuation of the Primus line (RIP), I wonder if we'll start seeing these Reference speakers become more available. At present, this Reference lineup is either unavailable or in very low stock everywhere.

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^^^ +1

I owned a pair of IRS 2's for a while. These don't seem too similar... A quick search seems to indicate they (R253's) are out of stock and/or unavailable almost everywhere, as @CruelInventions said, may be new models coming out?

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Or maybe Infinity is getting out of the home speaker business.

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Hi

I picked up a pair of Infinity RS-8 speakers on Craigs List that looked like a deal and ended up a nightmare. The short of it is that it looks like the amp for the powered woofer is shot. It's a pricey fix. I'm thinking of replacing the powered crossover to a passive one. Does anyone know if this is doable and what the frequency responses are so that I can shop for an acceptable replacement
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I picked up a pair of Infinity RS-8 speakers on Craigs List that looked like a deal and ended up a nightmare. The short of it is that it looks like the amp for the powered woofer is shot. It's a pricey fix. I'm thinking of replacing the powered crossover to a passive one. Does anyone know if this is doable and what the frequency responses are so that I can shop for an acceptable replacement
You might want to check with the Infinity fans over at Audiokarma. All they discuss are the older designs. This thread is about the current Reference line, not the RS series from long ago. Good luck.

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