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NICE room CJ!
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Nice looking space CJ. I like how you have your mains nicely spread out as well.
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Klipsch R-112-SW (2-15"s were just too massive in the space, second pic)
Very nice set-up

Your Center speaker look tight in that space, any chance to move-it forward. So it clear the edge about 1/2 inch. This would remove any first reflections, for better sound results for you. Normally, I would also recommend to angle-it up a little. Unfortunately, from those pictures. It look like you have less than a inch to play with.

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Sony 75 940E
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Klipsch R-112-SW (2-15"s were just too massive in the space, second pic)
Very nice and clean room. How far apart are your mains?
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Used $400 5.0 set: Klipsch R-26F x2, R-25C, and R-15M x2.

good speaker brands: Revel, Power Sound Audio (PSA), Ascend, KEF, Emotiva, JBL, Tekton, SVS, Definitive Technoogy (DefTech), Paradigm, MartinLogan, Bowers & Logan, Klipsch (safe V shaped audio).

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Rythmiks, HSU, SVS, PSA, Outlaw
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Nice setup!
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7 speaker set-up (including 3 built-in subs)


All Definitive Technolgies.
BP2002TL fronts (including sub)

CLR2500 center (including sub)

BPX sides
SR8040BP rear


Will soon be experimenting with front/upper presence speakers, will start with any free junk I have lying around the house and go from there.
(problem is with AVR the presence speakers can not be utilized with audio output straight.)

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My setup, minus the pics of the rears. Running 5.0 for right now until I can figure out what I want to do with 5.0.4.

Coming along nicely I think.
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My setup, minus the pics of the rears. Running 5.0 for right now until I can figure out what I want to do with 5.0.4.

Coming along nicely I think.
Why the "0" on subwoofers?

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Why the "0" on subwoofers?
Because I find the internal 10” powered subs in my towers is MORE than enough. They hit pretty hard and low enough for me.....and my wife gets cranky

MAYBE, down the road, I will add or reintroduce my energy 10” sub.....but it will most likely be a while so I can place it and run the cables appropriately.
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Are you bi-amping the towers?
Do the 10's play down to 20-25hz?
If yes to both questions, then you have 5.1.4 DA.

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Very nice set-up

Your Center speaker look tight in that space, any chance to move-it forward. So it clear the edge about 1/2 inch. This would remove any first reflections, for better sound results for you. Normally, I would also recommend to angle-it up a little. Unfortunately, from those pictures. It look like you have less than a inch to play with.

Only meant to improve your sound enjoyment, and not a critic.


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Gracias...So it's hard to see on the photos here, but for the center I was able to use a 1/2 inch rubber bar mat to slightly lift the center without touching the top, and I pulled the front clear about a 1/2 inch. Small but noticeable. I had one of the RP-112SW go out with an electrical issue, and Klipsch replaced it with a SPL 120. Difference is negligible.
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Very nice and clean room. How far apart are your mains?

The Mains are just over 8.5 ft apart. After a lot of trial and error, this gives me a nice large sound stage and listening area vs too narrow or too wide.
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My setup, minus the pics of the rears. Running 5.0 for right now until I can figure out what I want to do with 5.0.4.

Coming along nicely I think.
Nice! I would pull that centre speaker forward so that it's flush with the face of the stand, though!
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Nice! I would pull that centre speaker forward so that it's flush with the face of the stand, though!


i will tey that for sure, but it is only a couple inches back and no part of the speaker is under the tv.

probably would sound different...i will try that.

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i will tey that for sure, but it is only a couple inches back and no part of the speaker is under the tv.

probably would sound different...i will try that.

thanks for that suggestion.


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The reason being that even though it may be a few inches back, the sound is bouncing upwards off of the stand directly in front of the speaker. Pulling it forward will alleviate that, and you may (or may not) hear a bit of an improvement. There's no harm in doing it, and it shouldn't cause any undue ire from the other half.
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The reason being that even though it may be a few inches back, the sound is bouncing upwards off of the stand directly in front of the speaker. Pulling it forward will alleviate that, and you may (or may not) hear a bit of an improvement. There's no harm in doing it, and it shouldn't cause any undue ire from the other half.


agreed, there is mo harm in trying it for certain. and it will kot cause any issues or be difficult to do, just gotta clip some wimre management ties. should take me about 5 minutes.

i have some time this weekend and will give it a shot.

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and it will kot cause any issues or be difficult to do, just gotta clip some wimre management ties.

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This is why I use velcro wire ties, makes those adjustments so much easier.
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This is why I use velcro wire ties, makes those adjustments so much easier.


ya...i hear you. i have gone through an entire package of 100 in a very ahort time.

way my setup is, wire management is a PITA. i would love to use velcro, it would just be a bit tougher


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ya...i hear you. i have gone through an entire package of 100 in a very ahort time.

way my setup is, wire management is a PITA. i would love to use velcro, it would just be a bit tougher


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I think it's just a PITA in general. Every time I've set things up afresh, I start out doing alright, but then just give up about half way through because it just becomes a mess, and I don't have that many devices...
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Dumb question....I can't find the brand of direct to consumer speakers that have the cabinets with auto paint finishes and many tweeters and drivers?
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Dumb question....I can't find the brand of direct to consumer speakers that have the cabinets with auto paint finishes and many tweeters and drivers?
You're probably thinking of Tekton.
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I don't have a dedicated room, so there are some compromises. I also have in-ceiling speakers set up as Top Front and Top Rear (5.1.4).

I cycle through gear relatively often, currently have a DefTech setup and an HSU VTF15-mk2 subwoofer.

I'm happy that my wife appreciates my hobby and puts up with my tweaking/testing, and she appreciates that I'm also a neat freak minimalist Going to try and find some nice GIK Acoustics panels to throw in there at some point.
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I like the clean look!

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Speakers are by Tekton Design. These are the Tekton Ulfberhts.

System:
Onkyo PR-RZ5100, Onkyo DXC390 6 Disc CD Changer
Emotiva XPA DR3 Amplifier [600 watts rms x 3 into 4 ohms]
Tekton Ulfberht L + C + R [4ohms]
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I do plan to add another 4-10 subwoofer coming this summer.


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That view looks AWESOME! Another 4-10's will clean up that symmetry!
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Speakers are by Tekton Design. These are the Tekton Ulfberhts.

System:
Onkyo PR-RZ5100, Onkyo DXC390 6 Disc CD Changer
Emotiva XPA DR3 Amplifier [600 watts rms x 3 into 4 ohms]
Tekton Ulfberht L + C + R [4ohms]
Tekton 4-10 Subwoofer
Sony XBR-65A8G, Sony UBP-X700 DVD/Blue Ray 4K player

I do plan to add another 4-10 subwoofer coming this summer.







So jealous!!! Looks amazing
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Hi all, I was 'invited' from a different thread to post my setup ..
To reiterate what I said there, it's the implementation rather than the actual product that matters - it's all in the placement IMO

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Speakers are by Tekton Design. These are the Tekton Ulfberhts.

System:
Onkyo PR-RZ5100, Onkyo DXC390 6 Disc CD Changer
Emotiva XPA DR3 Amplifier [600 watts rms x 3 into 4 ohms]
Tekton Ulfberht L + C + R [4ohms]
Tekton 4-10 Subwoofer
Sony XBR-65A8G, Sony UBP-X700 DVD/Blue Ray 4K player

I do plan to add another 4-10 subwoofer coming this summer.


I hear those speakers are incredible... but can that small 300w sub even keep up to those towers ?
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I hear those speakers are incredible... but can that small 300w sub even keep up to those towers ?
Hi Shadowed,

Yes, and it adds a dimension down low that rattles everything. I actually just finished my amateur review of the Tekton 4-10 subwoofer. Trying my hand at blogging for the first time.

https://www.disqus.social/2020/02/re...subwoofer.html

Enjoy,
William
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