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Hello everyone,


I needed some help with a possible purchase of some Klipsch speakers. I am currently looking to replace my Definitive Technologies Procinema 800 setup. I was looking at purchasing the Klipsch RP600M for the front right and left and the PR500C for center (due to space limitations) and use the Def Techs for surround until I can upgrade those. I also have a Def Tech SuperCube 1 that I will continue to use as my subwoofer. My system will be powered by a Denon x4400h. My questions are the following:


1. Will the RP600M's make a good front stage for mostly home theater?
2. Will the Denon be enough to power them?
3. For a center channel could I use the RP500C with the RP600Ms? Would they be properly matched? Due to space limitations the 600c would be too wide.


Thank you in advance!
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1. Will the RP600M's make a good front stage for mostly home theater?
Yes, the RP600Ms are excellent for home theater use.

2. Will the Denon be enough to power them?
Of course. These Klipsch speakers are very efficient and will sound great with just about any receiver.

3. For a center channel could I use the RP500C with the RP600Ms? Would they be properly matched? Due to space limitations the 600c would be too wide.
Yes, the RP500C will match up just fine. Another option would be to get another RP 600 and put it on its side. Or if you're not vertically limited standing it up so your front three match would be another excellent option.
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Hi guys,

I'm new to Klipsch. Call me crazy but I like "bright" "harsh" speakers. I've read that after 2015 RP+ lines, Klipsch tamed the brightness of the speakers. In term of sound quality, should I be looking for older Klipsch in line with the RP lines? what speakers do you recommend that are similar to the RP lines, but brighter?
You want harsh find some original poorly mastered cd's from the 80's that were copied from analog tapes and vinyl by folks that did not know what they were doing (yet). That's what all of that was about. Klipsch horns are accurate, garbage in garbage out.
Or you could also recreate that effect with a crappy receiver.

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1. Will the RP600M's make a good front stage for mostly home theater?
2. Will the Denon be enough to power them?
3. For a center channel could I use the RP500C with the RP600Ms? Would they be properly matched? Due to space limitations the 600c would be too wide.
Yes, Yes and Yes!
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Hello everyone,

1. Will the RP600M's make a good front stage for mostly home theater?
I recently got a set (last week) I am loving them. Watched Venom and Into the Spider Verse. Sound great. THey are currently paired with an Elac C6.2 while I save for a Klipsch center.
2. Will the Denon be enough to power them?
I am powering mine with a Denon x1400 and they do just fine. Klipsch is known to be easy to drive from all that I read.
3. For a center channel could I use the RP500C with the RP600Ms? Would they be properly matched? Due to space limitations the 600c would be too wide.
They come from the same line so they should match well I would say.

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I'm trying to figure out if I should go 6 1/4 or 8 for front left and right. Also trying to figure out the difference between the ceiling 3650 and 5650? My theater is about 250 sqft with 8' ceilings and I've been looking at the below speakers. Right now I have 4 Sony SS-F7000 and some HTIB Onkyo center, surrounds and sub.



RP-8000F / 6000F (FL/FR)
RP-504C (C)
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RP-502S (SL/SR)
SPL-120 x2
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Running an Onkyo TX-SR876 but have been looking at upgrading to the Denon AVR-X4500H / 6500
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My suggestion would be to order the your sub and the RP600Ms and listen to them for a bit. You might find that the 600s are all you need and go with them over the towers in the front. This would save you some good money over the towers. If you are happy with the 600s and still want towers go with the 6000s or if you decide you want a little more get the 8000s. It's a good way to try before you buy.

I bought 8000s to use as my front three but can't use one as my center yet. Instead, I have been using a 600 for my center. After playing with the 600s, I could argue the case, that with some good subs, I don't really need the towers.

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I'm trying to figure out if I should go 6 1/4 or 8 for front left and right. Also trying to figure out the difference between the ceiling 3650 and 5650? My theater is about 250 sqft with 8' ceilings and I've been looking at the below speakers. Right now I have 4 Sony SS-F7000 and some HTIB Onkyo center, surrounds and sub.



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RP-502S (SL/SR)
SPL-120 x2
Klipsch CDT-3650-C II or 5650 x2 (UL/UR) after upgrading receiver



Running an Onkyo TX-SR876 but have been looking at upgrading to the Denon AVR-X4500H / 6500
I don't think there will be much difference as long as you are including subs. But my question would be are you set on those subs? I understand the desire to have one brand
for everything. Klipsch subs are never really recommended around here. There always seems to be a better alternative at a given price point.
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I don't think there will be much difference as long as you are including subs. But my question would be are you set on those subs? I understand the desire to have one brand
for everything. Klipsch subs are never really recommended around here. There always seems to be a better alternative at a given price point.
As far as I know the R-110/112/115SW subs were quite good and the SPL line is the successor, so maybe... However depends on the price, because I got mines around 400EUR/piece, but now you can get an SVS SB1000 - sealed - for 500 EUR or an SVS PB1000 - ported - for 600EUR. On the same price I would go with the SVS. I'm happy with my Subs, even I had SVS SB12NSD previously.

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Hi guys,

I'm new to Klipsch. Call me crazy but I like "bright" "harsh" speakers. I've read that after 2015 RP+ lines, Klipsch tamed the brightness of the speakers. In term of sound quality, should I be looking for older Klipsch in line with the RP lines? what speakers do you recommend that are similar to the RP lines, but brighter? [IMG class=inlineimg]/forum/images/smilies/biggrin.gif[/IMG]
You want harsh find some original poorly mastered cd's from the 80's that were copied from analog tapes and vinyl by folks that did not know what they were doing (yet). That's what all of that was about. Klipsch horns are accurate, garbage in garbage out.
Or you could also recreate that effect with a crappy receiver.
I don't know if you are serious or took offense to something I said...

But my question is serious. I like harsh clear bright speakers. Should I look for klipsch speakers pre 2015? I want good quality sound though, clear, but not break the bank.
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So in my media room I'm looking to replace a Bose kit (Sound Touch 520) with a Yamaha AVR Aventage RX-A680 along with one of these two speaker options....


Option 1: Small Bookshelf B&W
L/R - M1

C- M1
SS - M1
Sub - BW 600 (8")



Option 2: Small Towers Klipsch

L/R - RP4000f
C - RP404c
SS - RP402s
Sub - SPL100 (10')



Both kits are within $50 of each other. I'm leaning towards the B&W due to the size and brand... Looking for some good feedback on these two options especially if anyone has either of them more or less?



Since both are 4" drivers I assume I won't be getting that "big" sound from either...
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I don't think there will be much difference as long as you are including subs. But my question would be are you set on those subs? I understand the desire to have one brand
for everything. Klipsch subs are never really recommended around here. There always seems to be a better alternative at a given price point.
Not totally sold on the entire package just yet, just doing my initial research at this point. SVS has gotten most of my attention for possibly 2 PB-1000/2000's.

Primarily posted to get an idea about the difference between the 8000 vs 6000 and the 3650 vs 5650. Will end up with a dual sub system in the end. Only thing I can see is that the below differences


3650 - 5650

Woofer Composition
IMG - Cerametallic

Cutout Size
7.9375 x 13.0625 - 8 x 13

Sensitivity
92 dB - 93 dB

Frequency Response
60-23kHz - 52-23kHz


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RP-504C (C)
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RP-502S (SL/SR)
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So today I picked up a RSW-12, hooked it up and got a continuous “pop” noise. I turned it off and back on again, nothing. Checked the fuse and the fuse seemed fine. So I’m just going to assume it’s a bad amp. Does anyone have a replacement amp for a RSW-12 by any chance?


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So today I picked up a RSW-12, hooked it up and got a continuous “pop” noise. I turned it off and back on again, nothing. Checked the fuse and the fuse seemed fine. So I’m just going to assume it’s a bad amp. Does anyone have a replacement amp for a RSW-12 by any chance?


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Sometimes those old amps needs some juice pumped through them for a couple minutes and they start to go. Run that volume knob around a bunch of times too. If it doesn't start to work them it may be something in the amp.

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So today I picked up a RSW-12, hooked it up and got a continuous “pop” noise. I turned it off and back on again, nothing. Checked the fuse and the fuse seemed fine. So I’️m just going to assume it’️s a bad amp. Does anyone have a replacement amp for a RSW-12 by any chance?


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I do have a brand new amp for an R112sw but don't know if it will work with your model...
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I do have a brand new amp for an R112sw but don't know if it will work with your model...


I’m not sure if the R-112w amp will work with this model. But thanks for the offer I really appreciate it!


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Sometimes those old amps needs some juice pumped through them for a couple minutes and they start to go. Run that volume knob around a bunch of times too. If it doesn't start to work them it may be something in the amp.

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I’ll leave some music running on tonight and see if that works. Thanks for the tip!!


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Sometimes those old amps needs some juice pumped through them for a couple minutes and they start to go. Run that volume knob around a bunch of times too. If it doesn't start to work them it may be something in the amp.

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UPDATE: You were absolutely right, it’s not playing 100% it cuts in and out when the input volume gets too high and the volume knob isn’t working apparently. But it’s playing at a low but moderate volume. I’m going to take the amp out and see what I may have to tighten.


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UPDATE: You were absolutely right, it’s not playing 100% it cuts in and out when the input volume gets too high and the volume knob isn’t working apparently. But it’s playing at a low but moderate volume. I’m going to take the amp out and see what I may have to tighten.


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Disconnect the volume control, take it out and spray it with DeOxit, or a contact cleaner. Also check all pcb connectors that might be loose. Good luck!

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The 450C looks amazing, sounds great, clear and deep!


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I don't know what do you mean. Under the subs?

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are there any sales coming soon for RP line?
I bought my pair of RP-8000f's at Fry's for $600 about a month ago.
They were advertised as "Trusted Brand" I called into Fry's and asked for the A/V dept and the sales person confirmed they were the Klipsch RP-8000f for $300/ea
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How does the Klipsch line go as for quality compnments?
R, RF, RP ?
R, RP, RF ?
ignoring the Heritage and Palladium etc lines
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They were advertised as "Trusted Brand" I called into Fry's and asked for the A/V dept and the sales person confirmed they were the Klipsch RP8000f for $300/ea

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I don't know what do you mean. Under the subs?


Directly under the port. That is not part of the subwoofer. Looks like some sort of platform with the Klipsch logo on it to decouple it from the floor. Mostly curious how you got the Klipsch logo on them. Those looks like the 115sw subs and I have 4 and they’re not part of the sub. You have something under the sub, yes?


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Directly under the port. You have something under the sub, yes?
I have thick carpet in the room, so I had to put something under the subwoofers (spike not possible with the Klipsch). So those are granite/marble washers (slab) and the Klipsch is engraved in it. Ordered - from stone-cutter - with exact size, color and design for the R-112SW's.

I had an R-115SW but it was huge for me, so I bought 2 R-112SW.
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Changing out my system to the new RP line. About to pull the trigger on the 600m's.

Which center is the best match for HT? 504c or 600c?


Edit .. going back 10-15 pages, no one has a bad thing to say about the 504c... so ordered the 504c and 600m's!

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no one has a bad thing to say about the 504c...
Because it's great! Good choice, You won't regret!
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Changing out my system to the new RP line. About to pull the trigger on the 600m's.

Which center is the best match for HT? 504c or 600c?


Edit .. going back 10-15 pages, no one has a bad thing to say about the 504c... so ordered the 504c and 600m's!

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Hey if you bought from Crutchfield you may have got them before the current sale. I just got a nice price match. Just a heads up.
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I’m really enjoying my RP’s much more now that I limited MultiEQ to 300hz. They sound far more detailed than when I use the Reference curve or even Flat. Beautiful, articulate sound.
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