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Jay L

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  1. Those two subwoofers are equal in performance, choose your cosmetics. The dynamic eq has no effect on the subwoofer.
  2. This is a screen I built a couple years ago, I recently switched back to a TV. It is made of 2 layers of spandex material, white over black. This is for local pickup only, and it needs to be gone by next Saturday. Location is southwest of Indianapolis. It will not fit lengthwise in an 8ft pickup bed. If interested please message me to setup a time for pickup. This is the only photo I could find now that it isn't in use, ignore the alien.
  3. All K-55 (that look like that) are made by Atlas. Sent from my Moto G (5S) Plus using Tapatalk
  4. Both are great systems, while the numbers may not look different, the newer system has some sonic tweaks to it.
  5. looks like a k55/pd5v based on your photos
  6. The rsw-15 gets a few dB louder than the 115, that is it really. The 115 plays deeper by a significant margin below 23Hz. That's not to say it is extremely loud under 20Hz, but it is there. Sent from my XT1575 using Tapatalk
  7. Perfect, it does stereo too! Sent from my XT1575 using Tapatalk
  8. If you put another hard surface over the Roxul then you will get the bounce.
  9. TTT, price updated to $450. lets get this sold, I want to buy some new toys.
  10. Ian, I would have replied much sooner had I seen this post. The 150Hz suggestion in the manual was a conservative number for those volume junkies. I personally use 80Hz on mine, but do not take my settings as "recommended by Klipsch". The speaker was designed with Atmos first and foremost the target, but the speaker is pretty versatile. When a speaker is set to "Dolby Enabled" in the AVR, it does NOT set a high pass filter, or engage some hidden filter for those channels. Atmos channels are all full range, it is up to the end user to set bass management properly.
  11. You don't really want to install a wide dispersion speaker near corners. It can really wreck the width they create with additional cancellation. The 140sa will do just fine with 280, and 450, that is what I run. If you can afford, and want something larger, by all means get that. Sent from my XT1575 using Tapatalk
  12. Word, they work just fine for me. Sent from my XT1575 using Tapatalk
  13. I think 15 ft. Sent from my XT1575 using Tapatalk
  14. The baffle is painted just like the original RF7, not plastic on the mkiii. The plinth on the bottom is also painted wood, not plastic. Sent from my XT1575 using Tapatalk
  15. 1. very, very close to identical on the horn, tweeter/pp are different 2. no, completely different 3. long enough for 99%
  16. Negative, closed several years ago. The space is now a showroom. Sent from my GT-N8013 using Tapatalk
  17. Fear not, the "15's" will have the proper Klipsch sound, I like what I have heard thus far.
  18. TTT new price of $450
  19. You would want to use them properly with an Atmos AVR assigning them to the height front channels. Then you can use the Dolby Surround upmixer to create additional ambience with your 2 channel sources. I do not recommend ganging 2 speakers in parallel as the increase in current draw may negatively affect your amplifier. Sent from my GT-N8013 using Tapatalk
  20. Your pictures do not show up. Can you try to post them using the forum software? The easiest advice is to position your theater like the traditional method, while the atmos modules sit on top of the FL, FR. As long as you are not sitting too far back from them, they should just work.
  21. its no problem to use RP-250s for surrounds. We use them all the time.
  22. As you have already stated the room will dominate, especially at low frequency. If an individual had one room to dedicate to designing a subwoofer, then that is the room it will work in the best. You can't equalize a subwoofer for one room, and expect the same results from other rooms. Not only is there the frequency response isssues, you must pay attention to how it actually sounds. That will change depending on each room as well. We use multiple rooms to listen in and a non biased party to measure against (ground plane). I could not fathom only listening and designing for one room, there are too many things to go wrong. Sent from my VS986 using Tapatalk
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