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I'd negotiate a total price of 80. Just MDF below the veneer. Difficult to fix. That would be my tactic.
He will accept $85+ shipping which is $107 total. Hmmmmmm. Problem is if I dont like them, I likely wont be able to sell them in this condition. But if I do like them and overlook the looks, pretty good deal.

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Welcome to the madness. Place the speakers where you want them. Then let your auto correction software do its thing.
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I'd like to buy a Klipsch setup as I've heard them and felt in love with its sound. Thinking of 2x RP-280F, RP-440C, 2x RP-250S as I could get a good price here in switzerland.
But I have one "problem". I will be moving to a big cinemascope AT screen and want speakers behind it. I don't think those Klipsch' are designed for standing behind AT screens as they are very massive.
Does anyone use these front speakers behind an AT screen? What would be a decent alternative? Does Klipsch even offer more compact speakers which will match the quality of RP-280Fs and are good to place behind a screen?
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I'd like to buy a Klipsch setup as I've heard them and felt in love with its sound. Thinking of 2x RP-280F, RP-440C, 2x RP-250S as I could get a good price here in switzerland.
But I have one "problem". I will be moving to a big cinemascope AT screen and want speakers behind it. I don't think those Klipsch' are designed for standing behind AT screens as they are very massive.
Does anyone use these front speakers behind an AT screen? What would be a decent alternative? Does Klipsch even offer more compact speakers which will match the quality of RP-280Fs and are good to place behind a screen?
Those are very nice speakers. If you're going to a "big cinemascope" screen, you should have plenty of room for those speakers behind the screen. I think those speakers are around 44" tall. It's a shame those beautiful speakers would be hidden

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I'd negotiate a total price of 80. Just MDF below the veneer. Difficult to fix. That would be my tactic.
I snagged them up for $107 shipped. Ill make a use for them at that price. As long as they are acoustically sound. . . Now to cram in 2 more channels until I get a proper room
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I snagged them up for $107 shipped. Ill make a use for them at that price. As long as they are acoustically sound. . . Now to cram in 2 more channels until I get a proper room

I use 51ii's as FH an like it a lot, I raise the level my auto correction by quite a bit for them

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I use 51ii's as FH an like it a lot, I raise the level my auto correction by quite a bit for them
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I'd like to buy a Klipsch setup as I've heard them and felt in love with its sound. Thinking of 2x RP-280F, RP-440C, 2x RP-250S as I could get a good price here in switzerland.
But I have one "problem". I will be moving to a big cinemascope AT screen and want speakers behind it. I don't think those Klipsch' are designed for standing behind AT screens as they are very massive.
Does anyone use these front speakers behind an AT screen? What would be a decent alternative? Does Klipsch even offer more compact speakers which will match the quality of RP-280Fs and are good to place behind a screen?
No problem with big speakers behind an AT screen... But you might be better off picking a speaker that isn't rear-ported so that you can push it up against the wall. Also, buy 3 of the same rather than a center type speaker such as the RP-440C. Should be cheaper to boot.
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I'd like to buy a Klipsch setup as I've heard them and felt in love with its sound. Thinking of 2x RP-280F, RP-440C, 2x RP-250S as I could get a good price here in switzerland.
But I have one "problem". I will be moving to a big cinemascope AT screen and want speakers behind it. I don't think those Klipsch' are designed for standing behind AT screens as they are very massive.
Does anyone use these front speakers behind an AT screen? What would be a decent alternative? Does Klipsch even offer more compact speakers which will match the quality of RP-280Fs and are good to place behind a screen?
No problem with big speakers behind an AT screen... But you might be better off picking a speaker that isn't rear-ported so that you can push it up against the wall. Also, buy 3 of the same rather than a center type speaker such as the RP-440C. Should be cheaper to boot.
Agreed. With AT I'd go with three 280a across the front
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Well, put in my order for some new speakers. I went with 2x RP-280F, an RP-450C, and 2x RP-250S for the surrounds. They'll be replacing some old Polk Monitor 70s, 40s, and a CS10. I'm really excited to get everything hooked up and to see how they sound in my basement. Any specific tips or tricks for hooking these up, or am I best off plugging everything in and letting the mic and receiver figure everything out for me? I guess it's time to start sub shopping as well...my poor wallet
Nice I had your exact Polk setup and upgraded to klipsch Rp280Fs and RP450c up front and just moved my monitor 70s to the side surrounds in my 7.1 setup. One thing I had to do was change my speaker wire the klipsch speakers sounded decent but were missing something like they weren't delivering full sound I don't know what it was maybe it was just me but got some new speaker cables and made a huge difference love the way they sound now. I also just upgraded my sub I would recommend looking at ID companies Reaction Audio, Power Sound Audio, SVS. I went with a Reaction Audio Gamma 18 and I'm very very happy with it!

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Agreed. With AT I'd go with three 280a across the front
guessing you mean three 280's and not three 280A? an atmos center would be a fat waste of money.
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guessing you mean three 280's and not three 280A? an atmos center would be a fat waste of money.
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Anyone have any Klipsch in-ceiling speakers for Atmos? If so, what are you using? I bought 4 of the 1650-C. They are $125 each at Best Buy but I bought them for $35 each at Fry's.


http://www.bestbuy.com/site/klipsch-...&skuId=9939305


For that price I'm not expecting a lot. Home theater will be set up in a month - will try them out, but curious as to what Klipsch in-ceiling speakers you guys use, in case I'm not happy and want to upgrade.


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Anyone have any Klipsch in-ceiling speakers for Atmos? If so, what are you using? I bought 4 of the 1650-C. They are $125 each at Best Buy but I bought them for $35 each at Fry's.


http://www.bestbuy.com/site/klipsch-...&skuId=9939305


For that price I'm not expecting a lot. Home theater will be set up in a month - will try them out, but curious as to what Klipsch in-ceiling speakers you guys use, in case I'm not happy and want to upgrade.


TYIA,
Several members here have installed the CDT-5600 and 5800 series ceiling speakers for Atmos and reported very good results. Although the Dolby Atmos Installation Guidelines have recommendations for speaker characteristics, it would seem that room constraints...i.e. size, shape, ceiling heights, FR, and speaker location are as important in determining what speaker works best...no one size fits all. Over in the "What Atmos Speaker is Best" threads, folks have installed speakers from $40 to $400. I think the thing to keep in mind is price is not necessarily a performance compromise. IMO, your approach is sound (no pun intended)...experimenting with minimal expense in your environment...and if necessary, move on from there. Atmos for HT is still in its infancy and we're all still on the learning curve..
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Nice I had your exact Polk setup and upgraded to klipsch Rp280Fs and RP450c up front and just moved my monitor 70s to the side surrounds in my 7.1 setup. One thing I had to do was change my speaker wire the klipsch speakers sounded decent but were missing something like they weren't delivering full sound I don't know what it was maybe it was just me but got some new speaker cables and made a huge difference love the way they sound now. I also just upgraded my sub I would recommend looking at ID companies Reaction Audio, Power Sound Audio, SVS. I went with a Reaction Audio Gamma 18 and I'm very very happy with it!

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Thanks for the tip! I have a reel of 14awg speaker wire from Monoprice, so hopefully the wire won't be an issue. But I'll keep that in the back of my mind in case the speakers don't sound as crisp as I'm expecting. I've been looking at a pair of SVS subs as well. I've heard a lot of great things about the new R-115SW, but I think 2 of those might be a bit too much. I'll have to start demoing some subs soon so I can make a decision, but I'll keep those three on my short list. Thanks again!
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Anyone with any cheap/create ways to safely angle mount some RB series bookshelves for people who need to mount them high? I grabbed some 4" screws for now to get a little angle, but cant for the life of me think up anything to get more angle on them

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Several members here have installed the CDT-5600 and 5800 series ceiling speakers for Atmos and reported very good results. Although the Dolby Atmos Installation Guidelines have recommendations for speaker characteristics, it would seem that room constraints...i.e. size, shape, ceiling heights, FR, and speaker location are as important in determining what speaker works best...no one size fits all. Over in the "What Atmos Speaker is Best" threads, folks have installed speakers from $40 to $400. I think the thing to keep in mind is price is not necessarily a performance compromise. IMO, your approach is sound (no pun intended)...experimenting with minimal expense in your environment...and if necessary, move on from there. Atmos for HT is still in its infancy and we're all still on the learning curve..
Thanks. I'll report back with my experience of the 1650's. The guy at Klipsch was surprised I'm planning to use them for my Atmos ceiling speakers. My ceilings are only 7 feet tall though, so I wouldn't think I need a lot of power. Online reviews are good. Will report back but hope I am satisfied!


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Anyone with any cheap/create ways to safely angle mount some RB series bookshelves for people who need to mount them high? I grabbed some 4" screws for now to get a little angle, but cant for the life of me think up anything to get more angle on them
Some chain and a couple of hooks.
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Thanks. I'll report back with my experience of the 1650's. The guy at Klipsch was surprised I'm planning to use them for my Atmos ceiling speakers. My ceilings are only 7 feet tall though, so I wouldn't think I need a lot of power. Online reviews are good. Will report back but hope I am satisfied!


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I don't believe power is an important consideration for Atmos...

My ceiling is only 7.5 feet (higher is better). With lower ceilings like ours, it becomes more important to have speakers with wider dispersion characteristics to get the greatest/ideal/intended Atmos object placement and immersive effects. Regardless, some level of Atmos effects are realized in everyone's installations. And the take away seems to be that everyone agrees that Atmos is a game changer....and no one is going back. Looking forward to your impressions!

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What is the benefit to front heights opposed to rear surrounds?

Preference, I prefer a large presence from the front sound stage. The heights add depth from the top, rain actually sounds like its falling, and planes flying by sound like they are up high instead of at eye level(front and back)
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How to hook on the speaker side though? Do you bolt a board to it and then a chain to the board?
They are rear ported so a board will be difficult. I have seen This done before with the chain and hooks but couldn't recall how it connected to the speaker safely to keep it hanging
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Preference, I prefer a large presence from the front sound stage. The heights add depth from the top, rain actually sounds like its falling, and planes flying by sound like they are up high instead of at eye level(front and back)

Is enough stuff coded for that? Or does my receiver force the movie to use those channels properly?
My side surrounds are about ceiling level and I planned on the rear surrounds around ceiling level aiming down
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Nice simple, clean idea.

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Rf82 mains rf3 center rf3 surround R 280 f rears rw12 sub all driven by marantz Sr 7009 love system just wish I could get deeper bass movies sound great music is where issue is at can any give any pointers waiting on second rw12 it's coming
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Hey Guys

I just upgraded my RF-63 main speakers to 3 year old hardly used La Scalas II, any suggestions on how to best integrate them with my current setup consisting of;
RB-61 - Front Height speakers
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All the above are reference II series speakers BTW.

Any advice or tips would be greatly appreciated.

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No way that center speaker is going to keep up...
Congrats on some fine speakers!

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Hey Guys

I just upgraded my RF-63 main speakers to 3 year old hardly used La Scalas II, any suggestions on how to best integrate them with my current setup consisting of;
RB-61 - Front Height speakers
RS-62 - Surround Speakers
RS-52 - Surround Back speakers
RC-62 - Center speaker
2 X Rythmik DS1510 subs

All the above are reference II series speakers BTW.

Any advice or tips would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks

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