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Help! Klipsch RB-51 II 5.1 or Definitive Tech 1000 5.1?

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This is for a relatively small room (about 9'x11') and I will be using it for mostly games and music.

Klipsch RB-51 II


(2) RB-51 II Bookshelf Speakers

(1) RC-52 II Center Channel Speaker

(2) RS-42 II Surround Speakers

(1) SW-308

Definitive Technology Procinema 1000

http://www.definitivetech.com/Products/products.aspx?path=Home%20Theater%20Speaker%20Systems|On-Shelf%20Systems&productid=ProCinema%201000%20%20%20%20%20%20%20%20%20%20&hometheater=1 "

(4) each ProMonitor 1000

(1) each ProCenter 1000

(1) each ProSub 1000

Any help will be appreciated
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What did you end up going with? How do you like them so far?

I'm actually using the DT 1000 bookshelves and center right now, along with the ProSub 800. I have the 800's to use as the surrond but haven't hooked them up yet. Can't say I'm too impressed with them so far, but I have to admit they're a nice upgrade from an older set of Cambridge Soundworks speakers that ran on 6 ohms. They sound decent when playing music, but I still find myself constantly adjusting the volume during movies to hear people speaking, and then back down during loud action scenes.

However, I'm considering returning the DT's to pick up the Klipsch set. I haven't found a place nearby that has them set up to demo, but the reviews make them sound terrific.
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