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Is Klipsch home theater in a box better than customized Klipsch setup

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Hi,

Reaching out to all the enthusiasts and experts of home theater setups. Need your guidance regarding the Klipsch setup I'm planning to buy with the following configurations...

Sub Woofer- R-112SW
Center Speaker- RP-450C
Surround- RS-52 II
Bookshelf- RB-51 II
Receiver- Yamaha RX-V677 7.2-channel Wi-Fi Network AV Receiver with AirPlay

Please suggest if this is a good setup to go with or should I make changes to any of the above. My end goal is to have maximum clarity with all the details and at the same time have deep bass which is crisp (not loud and distorted).

Any ideas, comments, suggestion & feedback is welcome.

P.S.- It's going to be my first home theater setup. So want to get the best considering I can't go over $3,00 including installation.
 

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Seems just a bit unbalanced to me. Everything is pretty well matched, but the bookshelves for the L+R seem to be weak in comparison with the center.
 

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Seems just a bit unbalanced to me. Everything is pretty well matched, but the bookshelves for the L+R seem to be weak in comparison with the center.
Thanks for the feedback. What do you recommend? Please share your thoughts.

I can pick any of the following...RP-150M Monitor Speaker or RB-61 II Bookshelf Speakers or RB-81 II Bookshelf Speaker.
 
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