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Hello everyone, glad there is a rbh owners thread. First time posting on avs but I had to get in on this. I have RBH 61 signature edition reference speakers and they are great. I was previously using klipsch sf-2 and even though the klipsch are tower speakers the 61 smoked them in every aspect except for bass extension (61 se/r are booKshelf sized). The wide dispersion and speed are AWESOME.
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RBH'S status acoustics line. The bass must be insane! There is a quick look on the audioholics site in the loud speaker review section.
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Im considering the 661 ser for front l-c-r.... Having a hard time tracking them down for a listen. Anybody have these???????
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Happy happy joy joy!

Added as of 3/30...in home, and to be installed this weekend:

- RBH MC-615 In-ceiling surrounds (to replace generic in-ceilings)
- RBH TS-10AP 200W amp sub (to replace cheapo KLH sub)

Ooooooooooooooooooo BABY! Complete matched RBH MC 5.1 system will finally be in place...Looking forward to rocking the house (and neighborhood) starting this weekend!

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Im considering the 661 ser for front l-c-r.... Having a hard time tracking them down for a listen. Anybody have these???????

If you don't get a response here, you might try dropping a line to [email protected] and ask them if they have any dealers/retailers w/their product in your area...

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RBH'S status acoustics line. The bass must be insane! There is a quick look on the audioholics site in the loud speaker review section.

You mean here, right?

http://www.audioholics.com/productre...rbh_61-SE1.php

I really like the look of the 61-SE (and the whole line in general). Haven't heard them myself, but a friend in another state has them in his setup and loves 'em.

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I would keep an eye on Audiogon. There are a couple of Utah-based dealers that post RBH speakers with significant discounts...

John

John if you happen to still have this Pm I would like to get a copy of it please.
I am looking at RBH and would like to get a pair to compare with my NHT M5 to see if I want to replace them or not. I don't have a dealer around me.
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You mean here, right?
http://www.audioholics.com/productre...rbh_61-SE1.php

I bet he meant these, the new Status Acoustic towers. http://www.audioholics.com/news/editorials/RBHSOUND.php
or for more Status Acoustics info try http://www.statusacoustics.com/

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I bet he meant these, the new Status Acoustic towers. http://www.audioholics.com/news/editorials/RBHSOUND.php
or for more Status Acoustics info try http://www.statusacoustics.com/

Excellent background story on RBH...I hadn't seen that before. Thanks!

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Audio Monk, I too have a power tower and am considering replacing with the 661ser...... They realy blew them away????????????????
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[quote=11427]I bet he meant these, the new Status Acoustic towers.

Right, those look very nice although I don't know how the "truncated line array" sounds. I'ts supposed to add more dynamics and realism to the sound. They compared it to the t2 which uses a similar setup.(which I haven't heard either)
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Audio Monk, I too have a power tower and am considering replacing with the 661ser...... They realy blew them away????????????????

In every category except bass extension IMHO. I have had the sf-2 tower for awhile and actually blew them out (played them a little too loud, I think). I was forced to upgrade and then gave RBH a listen. The Klipsch will play louder (due to efficiency) but I felt that the quality of sound was being colored by their tweeters. I wanted to get the 1266 se/r but didn't have the cash. So I got the 61-se/r and the dispersion and the neutrality of the sound were far better than any of klipsch's speakers, I even compared them to klipsch's reference line bookshelf the rb -75. I still felt that the RBH's were better. (more neutral sounding, more "air" and in my perception of their quickness, more speed) Please keep in mind that these speakers have been upgraded with status acoustic drivers for the tweeter and woofer. And the other RBH series I listened to were the mc series as the dealer had none of the signature line to demo, only se/r 61 bookshelves. I cannot say how the 661 se/r compares but in audioholics they said it has a bit more frequency range than the bookshelves.
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Great ....thanks.
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No not yet, bit of a delay I know. 3 more weeks and counting!!

Well, Krisso? We're waiting...how'd it go?

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Hi there,

Finally I have everything up and running.

2 x 1266SE
2 x 66SE
1 x 661SE/R
1 x 12SE

Denon 4306
Denon 3910
3 x Jands Amps (2 x 1500w each @ 4ohms)

These are the first "reference grade" speakers I have owned, and I can only really compare them against the B&W 700 series as my brother owns the 703's, HTM7, 705's & ASW750. My bro also uses the same electrics exept for the 4306, he has the 3806.
After making the transaction and waiting for the speakers to arrive, I kind of had a feeling of regret as I chose to ignore probably the most important rule, "Listen before you purchase". I had never heard these speakers before now, and I am presently feeling absolutely no regret.
The sound that these speakers produce is truely amazing in every aspect. With no doubt, I prefer them over my brothers system (IMO). My brother actually admitts he liked the RBH's better also. Maybe it's room accoustics? I dont care, my theatre sounds better hahaha.
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great krisso!!!! thursday im suppose to demo the 661ser for my mains.
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Hi there,

Finally I have everything up and running.

Krisso, can you tell me where you purchased your RBHs?
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John if you happen to still have this Pm I would like to get a copy of it please.
I am looking at RBH and would like to get a pair to compare with my NHT M5 to see if I want to replace them or not. I don't have a dealer around me.
Thanks Allen

Sorry, didn't see your post. Try A'goner "Bb20038" or email Ray at [email protected]. Regards,

John

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Sorry, didn't see your post. Try A'goner "Bb20038" or email Ray at [email protected]. Regards,

John


Thanks
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Hi there,

Finally I have everything up and running.

2 x 1266SE
2 x 66SE
1 x 661SE/R
1 x 12SE

Denon 4306
Denon 3910
3 x Jands Amps (2 x 1500w each @ 4ohms)

These are the first "reference grade" speakers I have owned, and I can only really compare them against the B&W 700 series as my brother owns the 703's, HTM7, 705's & ASW750. My bro also uses the same electrics exept for the 4306, he has the 3806.
After making the transaction and waiting for the speakers to arrive, I kind of had a feeling of regret as I chose to ignore probably the most important rule, "Listen before you purchase". I had never heard these speakers before now, and I am presently feeling absolutely no regret.
The sound that these speakers produce is truely amazing in every aspect. With no doubt, I prefer them over my brothers system (IMO). My brother actually admitts he liked the RBH's better also. Maybe it's room accoustics? I dont care, my theatre sounds better hahaha.

Great...glad to hear you got things completed and you are pleased. Sharing your new-found sound is one of the most fun parts of the new setup, isn't it. Had a few friends over this weekend and they started out "RBH, what the heck is that?" and ended up with "RBH...wow."

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I just got the 661ser for the 3 fronts.... breaking them in as we speak.....wow!!!
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I just got the 661ser for the 3 fronts.... breaking them in as we speak.....wow!!!

Very nice...out of my budget range, unfortunately... What are you using for sub and surrounds, and how is everything matching up?

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Their out of my range too!!!! Im using Cambridge surrounds and subs...I will eventually upgrade them all to the RBH, but they are fine for now. Im using a low/mid range yamaha (100 wat) That may be the first upgrade as they say these are power hungry..... Question for u guys..... The 661/ser are dual rear ported, Im finding that keeping them plugged results in cleaner bass???? This goes against RBH's reccomendation of removing the foam plugs (just supposed to be used for cabinet installation)..... any thoughts??????????????????
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I take that back..... leaving the plugs ported results in alot of midrange loss.
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Dana,

How is the system sounding?

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I think the correct phrase would be "smokin'!"

A buddy who is good with audio is supposed to come over to help me tune my audio setup in the next couple of weeks...though my own tweaking has me very happy, he assures me that when he's done I'll offer to wash and wax his car for 6 months...and he has an Excursion.

Sub is so much cleaner and shakes the room w/out degenerating into a confused rumble like my old one did...surrounds are more, I guess the word would be transparent...old ones stood out too much ("Look at me, I'm surrounding you!"). RBH surrounds blend and surround w/out distracting.

Just couldn't be happier...though my audio-enabled buddy says I will be...

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Hi everyone.

I guess I must be number 5. I too love my RBH's. I recently completed a new home and after having fallen in love with my brothers 4410's, I just knew I would put RBH through out my house.

To date I have installed 18 MC6 inwalls and 1 MC616 in 6 differant rooms. They are the best sounding inwalls I have heard under $600 a pair. I was worried at first if they would keep their imaging and spaciality, I was not disappointed.

I am also in love with my 1010SEP, I feel it is one of the most musical and deep subs on the market. Not to mention how cool they look. As others have mentioned, the little 8" & 10" subs are quite the performers in their own right. They are great for discrete applications, while thumping their little hearts out.

And finally, I have 3 of the MC616's in my HT. I went in looking for the Signature series 661's but after talking with the experts at the factory I was persuaded to go with the MC's. Everyone I spoke with sincerely felt the new MkII MC series were going to force the Signature's into a redesign and I have to agree they are about as transparent as my brothers 4410's.

I have tried to get my local dealer to carry even part of the line, but they are committed to Klipsch. It just makes me sick to think how much money is thrown at BOSE by peolpe who think that they are buying the "best". I know a few friends who had to rethink that one over after experiencing what RBH's sound like.

I don't know about any of you, but I would rather have an amazing sounding speaker in my wall than those goofy looking cubes all over my house.

I hope to see more of get in on the thread. We can surely help this great company get the word out. If I can help in any way, please drop me a line.


My Gear:
HT Room-
BenQ8700+
124" SilverStar
Yamaha 2500 receiver
3x MC616 MKII
4x MC61 MkII (inwalls)
1010 SEP

Game Room-
Samsung 50" HDTV
Onkyo Integra 810Pro
3x Sound Dynamics 616
4x MC61's MkII
12" Custom sub

Family Room-
Pioneer 43" Plasma
Sony ES50
4x MC61 MkII
1x MC616 MkII
TS-8AP 8" sub

1 Pair MC61's in Garage, Master Bath, and Master Bedroom

Would really like to upgrade to the new CinemaSITE in-walls for my main theater. I am sure they would sound and look great. If any one has seen or heard them, please drop me a line. I would love to hear what you think.

- Kery


Kerry, can you explain a little more about what RBH told you about the differences in the MC and the Signatures????? I just purchased 3 661/SER's....did I make a mistake????????????? Also.... is there any benefit in getting the 1010sep over the 1010se????????????
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Chiming in ... we were just recently approved as an RBH dealer (custom A/V shop), and this is going to be one of the three main lines we recommend to our clients. I work out of my home and use my LR as a demo station for clients, so the plan is to stock a pair of speakers from each of our three primary lines for this purpose.

I had been considering ordering the 661SE/R for this, then ... and if my eval of this goes well I'll likely use this as my full-time L/C/R setup. However, I'm curious about the following feedback...
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And finally, I have 3 of the MC616's in my HT. I went in looking for the Signature series 661's but after talking with the experts at the factory I was persuaded to go with the MC's. Everyone I spoke with sincerely felt the new MkII MC series were going to force the Signature's into a redesign and I have to agree they are about as transparent as my brothers 4410's.

I, too, would like to get some more info on this - care to elaborate on the details of your conversation with the folks you spoke to at RBH? (and you say your "brothers 4410's" ... do you mean his 441's? don't see a 4410 model from RBH)
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Chiming in ... we were just recently approved as an RBH dealer (custom A/V shop), and this is going to be one of the three main lines we recommend to our clients. I work out of my home and use my LR as a demo station for clients, so the plan is to stock a pair of speakers from each of our three primary lines for this purpose.

I had been considering ordering the 661SE/R for this, then ... and if my eval of this goes well I'll likely use this as my full-time L/C/R setup. However, I'm curious about the following feedback...

I, too, would like to get some more info on this - care to elaborate on the details of your conversation with the folks you spoke to at RBH? (and you say your "brothers 4410's" ... do you mean his 441's? don't see a 4410 model from RBH)


I bet it is the 1044SE .
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