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Fist, these will be mated to a Pioneer Elite SC-72, I also have a home built 12 inch sub based off
of the cabinet design from rythmik powered by a 500w amp with PEQ
they will be replacing a set of Klipsch KG8.8 that I bought many years ago.
1st choice is the Definitive Audio BP-8020
2nd Fluance XL7F-DW
3rd would be Polk RitA7 7" 3way
these would mainly be home theater speakers, I'm not sure how much use the subs are in the Deftechs are to me. That's why I havent ordered them yet as I'd
rather save a few bucks and put that towards a new center also.
 

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go for the polk's if you have a diy sub in place already.
Just ran across Some Energy CF-50's didn't know if anyone had any time with them.
After having the Klipsch for many years I'm not a huge fan of the brightness they have or the directionality
they exhibit so I'd like to get away from that sound profile.
 

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Fist, these will be mated to a Pioneer Elite SC-72, I also have a home built 12 inch sub based off
of the cabinet design from rythmik powered by a 500w amp with PEQ
they will be replacing a set of Klipsch KG8.8 that I bought many years ago.
1st choice is the Definitive Audio BP-8020
2nd Fluance XL7F-DW
3rd would be Polk RitA7 7" 3way
these would mainly be home theater speakers, I'm not sure how much use the subs are in the Deftechs are to me. That's why I haven't ordered them yet as I'd
rather save a few bucks and put that towards a new center also.
What speakers did you end up getting? i'm in a similar boat trying to decide between the XL7F and the A7.
 

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I recommend the Polk speakers. I have had about a dozen speakers since 1980 and nothing beats a Polk for the money when it comes to budget speakers IMO.
 
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