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Just got off phone with Klipsch CS for my subwoofer issue, 2-3 minutes on hold, freindly and knowledgable CS agent. Helped me out, no isssue. Hope the amp gets here in a timely manner, either way it's nice to have a positive experience with someone's CS.

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If the woofer is toast, I think the door is on the bottoms.
On the Khorn, the door is on the side
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Can anyone give me an in depth review on the RP - 250F?
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Can anyone give me an in depth review on the RP - 250F?


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I'm sorry to hear about your Grandfather, he had good taste in speakers. Like Mongo said, there are access doors you can remove and look inside. If the wiring looks ok, everything seems to be connected, and the ohm test is ok, you might try to power them. Did you inherit any amps or electronics? I'm sure these require to be placed tightly in a corner, if they're away from the corner they won't sound as good, but you can test them while away from a corner. Good luck and good for you for keeping his sounds going, they are exceptional speakers.

If you wanted to post some pictures, we would love that.
As requested. please excuses the mess we are moving a few rooms around and using this basement room as a holding area.

They are a little dusty inside, i will get out the air compressor and clean them out soon.
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As requested. please excuses the mess we are moving a few rooms around and using this basement room as a holding area.

They are a little dusty inside, i will get out the air compressor and clean them out soon.
Very nice, they look to begin great shape.
Be careful with compressed air, that could damage them. You might try a vacuum process instead, maybe even a lower pressure type.

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Idp82, if you want more info on those beauties, you might look into the Klipsch forum. There's a lot of friendly people on there, and they would love to hear about your speakers.

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Still enjoying my RF-7ii with DeanG Crossovers. Thought I would share a video of my setup.

https://youtu.be/cMKMz0uqq5A


Hey youth, how do you get the name "living room" etc to show rather than the device?


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Edit, watched again and understand thought u were using Bluetooth

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Hey youth, how do you get the name "living room" etc to show rather than the device?
Open the Airport AirPort Utility App, then click on the Airport Express Device, click Edit, then select the device next to "AirPlay and rename to whatever you want.
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I'm using WiFi to stream from my phone to the AirPort Express.


Not sure how, but never even heard of this seems convenient, must look in to it


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I love the Airport Express. As I mentioned in the video, if you only need to stream audio, it is perfect for that purpose. In the Theater Room, I use the AppleTV so I can stream both audio and video through my system.
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Nice video as always from you. I can't agree more RF-7II's are really great speakers. I enjoying my set a lot.

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Not a problem if your amp wattage exceeds your speakers max wattage. Your ears would explode before the speakers.
I have 2 Emotiva XPA-1's Gen 2 (600 watts) on my RF-62 II (150 watt max) speakers. I run the XPA's at a max often. No burning smell yet :-)

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Could I use the RP-140SA's mounted high on the walls as well? I guess, I'm not understanding what you would use height speakers for, if not for Atmos.

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Yes, that is my current set-up. I use them as 4 heights. (With non Atmos designation). The RP-140SA can also be used as side surrounds.

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A while back in this thread I posted about my rc64ii on my onkyo tx-sr606 receiver sounding a bit canned up and less full than my rf3 towers.

I just picked up a NAD T751 receiver for $30 and it has pre-outs, so I put my NAD 2600a amp into bridged mode (500W @ 8ohms I believe, 150wpc in stereo @ 8 ohm) and gave the RC64II to that.

Holy crap. I'm re-listening to so much music and re-watching good scenes in movies because this has totally transformed what the RC64II sounds like. It's now easily miles above any other speaker in the room (RF3 towers, RS3 surrounds) and I've left it at large to get the full range of sound pushed to the center. I have a HSU VTF-15MK2 for my sub. The RC64II's tweeter, mids, and lows are insanely full, and I would say the coolest thing about the change is that the lows are extremely tactile. As in, I feel so much kick off the RC64II in action scenes, but even in music it seems like instruments' low freq nuances translate to me hearing or feeling an insane amount of extra physical detail. I don't know how to describe it.

I'd say I was facing a placebo effect but I have A/B'd this back and forth now a few times with the 606. I've also driven the RC64II from the T751 to see what 60wpc (NAD's rating) does and while it sounds to me better than the 606, I lose the physical detail in notes.

My ears aren't good enough to call myself anything near to an audiophile, but I can't help but sound like one as I try to describe this revelation.

Anyhow, the RC64II, driven with enough power, sure seems to just climb in ability by miles and miles. This is with 17-20+ year old stuff driving it, too.

Just wanted to report in and share my discovery and excitement with you guys.
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I recently ordered a pair of RP-260F's and one RP-450C. I cannot wait to receive these and get them hooked up to my HT. I will probably take my old SB-1's and use them as back speakers to setup a 7.1 system. I'm currently using an older M&K subwoofer, but am looking at going to a Klipsch subwoofer. Not 100% sure if I should upgrade to another subwoofer for a 7.2 setup or upgrade my receiver to allow for Atmos. Once I receive my new speakers I'll have a better idea.
Hard to wait for new speakers though!
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Well, just ordered my RP-440c and RP-240s to finish out my room. Will probably add some atmos channels down the road.

With the 240s how much higher than ear level should they be mounted? I know about 90-110 degrees from mlp.
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I have 2 Emotiva XPA-1's Gen 2 (600 watts) on my RF-62 II (150 watt max) speakers. I run the XPA's at a max often. No burning smell yet :-)

You're putting 500wpc into 62ii's?

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Well, just ordered my RP-440c and RP-240s to finish out my room. Will probably add some atmos channels down the road.

With the 240s how much higher than ear level should they be mounted? I know about 90-110 degrees from mlp.
I thought you were going with 450c? As far as surrounds go if you are doing atmos you want them ear level just like your LCR. If you're not, then having it few inches to a foot higher is ok. I have 5.2 setup with my 160s as rears at ear level and works great.

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Hello from new member/owner of Klipsch gear!
I have been diy speaker building for several years. Mostly proven designs with well documented build info. My last build I went on my own. The result didn't turn out well. I decided to try used market and Klipsch gear. I never heard Klipsch speakers/components before, but have read a ton of info on the some love some don't love the Klipsch sound on the web. I needed/wanted a new main setup for music and home theater to replace my not thrilling diy setup. I ended up purchasing a Promedia 5.1 thx bash set from Craigslist for $80. Got it home and realized it was meant for 5.1 from computer source and not home theater? So I took it to my garage mancave and downloaded owners manual, hooked up two of the tiny speakers to the sub amp, hooked my iPod into volume control box and....OH MY GOD!!!!!! This is sound and music that I never ever experienced before!!!!! I couldn't believe my ears, couldn't stop listening into the late night, until I started dozing off to sleep. I woke up and headed to the garage to listen more with morning coffee. I'm still there!!!! I have questions. 1 can I somehow use this system in my home theater setup? How would I hook it up to my Denon AVR-591 7.1 receiver, or do I even need it? My gf does listen to the FM radio from this. I have currently a blue ray smart player, a 5 disc CD player, and I just bought a turn table vintage sanaui P-L35 I would like to play into this as well? 2: how much of this magic Klipsch sound I am experiencing is due to the driver/sub integration , and how much is attributed to the powerful amp inside the subwoofer? Because I am looking at buying the home theater designed parts for the system with my 7.1 amp/receiver. Used of course. The reason I ask is I hooked up two of the small satellites to my receiver and with sub I'm not getting the love I get from the dedicated bash setup. I can get a pair of floor Stander's I think it's older model with one horn and one 8" woofer (ksf)?? And two surrounds that have one 5-1/4" center woofer and two horns at an angle for $70 used. And use 2 of the bash 5.1 satellites for the rears. Also, the bash thx set came with an extra center channel synergy c2! Incredible for $80! Oh the copper union for single amping is missing- can I just bridge the connection with copper wire? Will I get the Klipsch magic this way? Do I need floor Stander's? Or can I get the magic with the satellites/center and use my old sub with the Denning? Thanks for any help/suggestions you can offer! I am just amazed and no longer will diy!!!!
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Hello everyone!
I have been reading this forum for a few weeks now and am impressed by how knowledgeable some of the members are here.
In the beginning I was planning to spend about $300.00 for a Bose soundbar, but after reading all this information I have decided to increase my budget to between $2,000 to $3,000. I am also planning on purchasing from the Klipsch brand. I am currently looking at the HD wireless speakers as they are discounted 20% for the month of January. However, although I was able to find a lot information on the wired Klipsch speakers, I could not find much information about the Klipsch HD wireless speakers with the Wisa technology. Does anyone know how the wireless system compares to the wired system? If there are any owners of this technology I would appreciated an comments they have.
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Well, just ordered my RP-440c and RP-240s to finish out my room. Will probably add some atmos channels down the road.

With the 240s how much higher than ear level should they be mounted? I know about 90-110 degrees from mlp.
I thought you were going with 450c? As far as surrounds go if you are doing atmos you want them ear level just like your LCR. If you're not, then having it few inches to a foot higher is ok. I have 5.2 setup with my 160s as rears at ear level and works great.
You are correct. Was going to go 450c but decided on 440c to put the extra funds towards a screen so I can finally focus on seating. I might upgrade later or like the 440c enough that I wont need to. Bigger is usually better but currently doing phantom center so anything is an upgrade.
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Hello all. I think I am narrowing my speaker choices down to the Klipsch models below. I never owned this brand before and this is my first attempt at Atmos enabled speakers. The configuration below should get me my 5.1.4 setup.

I did not find anything specifically for running the RP-140SA on top of the RP-160M. I am also assuming for an Atmos config that the RP-160M will be a good option.

Looking for thoughts on my config below. My room is 25' x 15' with a 7'6" ceiling. Wall to wall carpet and a normal drywall'ed ceiling (flat).


  • Fronts - RP-280FA
  • Center - RP-450C
  • Surrounds - RP-160M
  • Atmos RP-140SA to put on top of the RP-160M
  • *SVS SUB PB12-NSD
  • Pioneer Elite SC-LX701
  • BluRay - OPPO UDP-203


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I did not find anything specifically for running the RP-140SA on top of the RP-160M. I am also assuming for an Atmos config that the RP-160M will be a good option.
I'm using RP-160M's as surrounds with RP-140SA's on top in a 5.2.4 configuration and they work great.
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I'm using RP-160M's as surrounds with RP-140SA's on top in a 5.2.4 configuration and they work great.
Perfect! Great to hear. Thanks!
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Perfect! Great to hear. Thanks!
As a matter of fact, the RP-140SA's fit on top of the RP-160M's better than they do any of the towers -- both the 160s and 140s are the same depth. The 140's would be a little too deep to use on top of the RP-150M's IMHO.
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