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What typical size room would be best for the RP-280F?
I have a large open floor plan (30x40 roughly) but sit about 10-12 feet from screen.

Don't want the 280 to be to overbearing in your face with my room/distance.

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If you are on a budget why not just do bookshelfs all around? No need to spend extra money for towers if you are using your subs. 150s or 160s (bigger mid driver) all around is awesome! Nothing wrong with towers unless you listen to music 2.0 and use towers midbass. Otherwise, its just a waste of speaker not using its full potential. Having towers crossed over at 80hz is same thing as using bookshelfs at 80hz.
I want a bookshelf version of RF7
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With the RP-450C and using the RP 260F up front for the time being, then I would get the RP-280F for up fronts, could (should) the 260's work as the side or rear speakers?

Will the 280's ever get cheaper than the 480.00 they are at now?
Yes, the RP-260F would be fine for side or rear surrounds if you have the physical space for them. They'd probably be overkill, but I'm sure they'd be FUN. In an ideal world, you'd have 5 or 7 of the exact same speaker so that they'd match perfectly, but life is rarely so perfect due to budget, room, or spousal constraints.

I would probably prioritize them as side surrounds since the sides will get a lot more activity than the rears for most movies.
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Setting the XO higher on your towers and letting the sub do the low end IS getting the most out of your towers.
Agree with Mr. Interceptor, answering Mr. Apex Grin.

Even though your mains will play lower most of the power being used will go to the woofers to play those very lowest notes. If you cross at 80 Hz the mains can now use more power to play in its sweet spot in the mid-bass and above. You will get a lot more chest thump and greater dynamics this way. Chest thump is good.

The dedicated sub crossed at 80 Hz can now devote all of its 350-500 watts to driving those low notes with authority.

And remember, just because the crossover is 80 for both speaker and sub, the XO number is not a hard wall. The mains will play just a bit lower with a gentle roll off, and the sub will play slightly higher.

Most people like that 80 Hz XO for the sub because at that level the human voice will not play through the sub. I HATE voices coming through the sub, it just sounds awful.

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i want a bookshelf version of rf7
rb75?
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What typical size room would be best for the RP-280F?
I have a large open floor plan (30x40 roughly) but sit about 10-12 feet from screen.

Don't want the 280 to be to overbearing in your face with my room/distance.

Thoughts
I also have open floor plan that is 18x20 feet and I sit 13 feet away from the speakers. I also use 280F as well and with your room being bigger than mine it won't be overbearing at all.

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The RB-81ii is still available new ($280/ea Amazon or Klipsch.) - mine are keepers, albeit top-heavy now on Dayton SSBM24 stands! The RB-61ii, 6.5" LF driver instead of 8", is easier to place on a bookshelf and has nearly the same spec's - @ $330/pr. Both are front-ported, too - with Ti diaphragm HF horn.
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rb75?
Yep...RB-75's have been out of production for about 10 years now. Their performance and appeal have not diminished and are rare to find these days. Owners are reluctant to part with them.
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Yep...RB-75's have been out of production for about 10 years now. Their performance and appeal have not diminished and are rare to find these days. Owners are reluctant to part with them.
I haven't heard the RB75s, but I hear they are exceptional speakers. I'll bet they would nicely compliment RF7s.
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Don't want the 280 to be to overbearing in your face with my room/distance.

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That's what the volume control is for.
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What typical size room would be best for the RP-280F?
I have a large open floor plan (30x40 roughly) but sit about 10-12 feet from screen.

Don't want the 280 to be to overbearing in your face with my room/distance.

Thoughts
My room is a LOT smaller than yours, and I love the RP-280F in there. They definitely won't overpower a room your size.

Besides - I've always believed that, despite what sound measurements indicate, a bigger speaker will have more of a "presence" to the sound. Personally, I'll always try to go oversize in my speakers...

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The RB-81ii is still available new ($280/ea Amazon or Klipsch.) - mine are keepers, albeit top-heavy now on Dayton SSBM24 stands! The RB-61ii, 6.5" LF driver instead of 8", is easier to place on a bookshelf and has nearly the same spec's - @ $330/pr. Both are front-ported, too - with Ti diaphragm HF horn.
These are both inventory clearance items and thus heavily discounted...i.e. the RB-61II's were recently only $199/pr at Frys...a no brainer!
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What typical size room would be best for the RP-280F?
I have a large open floor plan (30x40 roughly) but sit about 10-12 feet from screen.

Don't want the 280 to be to overbearing in your face with my room/distance.

Thoughts
I have 280's in a 13'x19 room and it's perfect
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KLF owner here looking to upgrade. All of my listening is home theater and had always been told in past by AV experts that Klipsch is well suited for movies as the horn loaded speakers have a wide directional dispersion and efficient.

Would that still be the case today with the like of other leading Home Theater like speakers from Def Tech and SVS?

Anyone recently demo the 3 brands for Home Theater and can provide insight. I believe Magnolia Best Buy carries all 3 and am planning a listening outing.
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KLF owner here looking to upgrade. All of my listening is home theater and had always been told in past by AV experts that Klipsch is well suited for movies as the horn loaded speakers have a wide directional dispersion and efficient.

Would that still be the case today with the like of other leading Home Theater like speakers from Def Tech and SVS?

Anyone recently demo the 3 brands for Home Theater and can provide insight. I believe Magnolia Best Buy carries all 3 and am planning a listening outing.
Have only played the Klipsch RP-160s from the brands you chose. Before that I had Ascend Sierra 2's as my mains. I can tell you, after proper calibration the Klipsch are very close (in a home theater setting) as the Ascends. They play louder but are not too harsh at the high end like some people have claimed for previous generations. I will hopefully get more play time on them this weekend to really hear how they sound.

Some point this spring/summer I will be trying some other brands to see how they compare but will be a few months off right now.
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I have took some pictures, with the R-14S, with the grill removed. I haven't seen one on the net.
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KLF owner here looking to upgrade. All of my listening is home theater and had always been told in past by AV experts that Klipsch is well suited for movies as the horn loaded speakers have a wide directional dispersion and efficient.

Would that still be the case today with the like of other leading Home Theater like speakers from Def Tech and SVS?

Anyone recently demo the 3 brands for Home Theater and can provide insight. I believe Magnolia Best Buy carries all 3 and am planning a listening outing.
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What is the popular wall mounting bracket for the RB-81 II?
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Looking for some New Rear/Side speakers
Currently upgrading to a 7.2 system with:
Klipsch RP 280F fronts, Klipsc RP 450C center, Subs: Klipsch Synergy 12 and Acoustech PL-200, and new receiver is Denon X3300W.

Current rears are Polk Audio FXi3 (dipole/bipole) sitting about 3 feet behind and 8 feet above sitting area. (looking to come up with a way to lower them some - can only get about a foot lower). No side in set-up.

I want to keep using the Polks for either the rear or sides, and get new set for the other position. The sides will have the right side next to a wall, but the left side will be in an open space facing the seating area (no wall behind), if this matters.

So looking for what would be best position for the Polks and what to add to fill in for other position? Will replace the Polks at a later date.

Thoughts/Advise

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What is the popular wall mounting bracket for the RB-81 II?
This is what I use and works great. I drill extra hole to base plate, support speaker more from bottom using inserted threads.

https://www.amazon.com/Pinpoint-Moun...speaker+mounts
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I have took some pictures, with the R-14S, with the grill removed. I haven't seen one on the net.
Is that grill supposed to come off? The speaker looks pretty unfinished with the grill removed which is surprising if the grill is removable.
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It is not removable. Has four Torx screws in the back.
When I was looking into more info about these speakers, I wanted to know, how they look like under the grill, if they have the copper cones, how finished they would look like without grill, so I'm helping others with these questions.
I'm still thinking, if I would paint those exposed areas with some black paint, it may even look good enough.
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This is what I use and works great. I drill extra hole to base plate, support speaker more from bottom using inserted threads.

https://www.amazon.com/Pinpoint-Moun...speaker+mounts
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I have took some pictures, with the R-14S, with the grill removed. I haven't seen one on the net.


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I will do that too.
I see, that you may have the same mount as me(monoprice). How did you mount it to it?
I'm about to install it this weekend. But I have to paint it first.
I have just got the R-28Fs and I'm looking for a center speaker, then in-ceiling speakers for Atmos.
I'm not impressed, with the R-25C.
This is my first set, from a HT in box.
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Anyone using the RP-160M for the sides of a 7.1 set-up?

Wondering how far from your ears they are. They look big, and mine would be about 2-3 feet from seats and don't want them to be to overbearing over the rest of the system.

Can go with the RP-150M instead, but like to go big and never look back?

Also, what stands (24") would fit the base of these speakers?

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Anyone using the RP-160M for the sides of a 7.1 set-up?

Wondering how far from your ears they are. They look big, and mine would be about 2-3 feet from seats and don't want them to be to overbearing over the rest of the system.

Can go with the RP-150M instead, but like to go big and never look back?

Also, what stands (24") would fit the base of these speakers?

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I had Sierra 1's as side surrounds in a 10' wide area and they were fine for me. i was usually the only one in there watching movies and whatnot. Depends on the room layout I suppose.

Also, I have my 160s on these now https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0...?ie=UTF8&psc=1

I may remove the angled base but for now they work fine.
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I had Sierra 1's as side surrounds in a 10' wide area and they were fine for me. i was usually the only one in there watching movies and whatnot. Depends on the room layout I suppose.

Also, I have my 160s on these now https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0...?ie=UTF8&psc=1

I may remove the angled base but for now they work fine.
The top plate on those stands is small, ever worry about the 160's falling off if bumped?
Wish Klipsch had stands with exact same size top plate as the actual speaker.

Should the speaker be right at ear height , below or above it?
My seat height is right at 39"

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The top plate on those stands is small, ever worry about the 160's falling off if bumped?
Wish Klipsch had stands with exact same size top plate as the actual speaker.

Should the speaker be right at ear height , below or above it?
My seat height is right at 39"

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They usually say to have the tweeter at ear level. The stands can be filled with sand and i use some https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0...?ie=UTF8&psc=1 on the bottom of each speaker and have to pry them off to reposition them. Very good stuff.
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They usually say to have the tweeter at ear level. The stands can be filled with sand and i use some https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0...?ie=UTF8&psc=1 on the bottom of each speaker and have to pry them off to reposition them. Very good stuff.
Cool, thx.
Might get some nice wood, cut it to the same size as the bottom of the speaker and mount it to the stand, thx.
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