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  1. If the cabinets are in excellent or better shape and all components are working the price is reasonable.
  2. The R62 will give you much clearer dialogue than the 52. The R15s will work really well as surrounds if you decide to go with larger speakers as your front mains. What are you thinking about getting instead?
  3. Not sure if that's per pair or for both pairs but a steal either way. https://minneapolis.craigslist.org/dak/ele/d/saint-paul-klipsch-forte-speakers/7237882484.html
  4. Also make sure your receiver didn't get messed up and somehow turned off the sub output.
  5. My TT has built-in RCA cables that are very short. I could relocate it but would then have to get two female to female RCA adaptors and add an additional length of RCA cable. Otherwise the TT would have to sit directly on one of my subwoofers which I'd rather not do.
  6. Concrete block wall. I'd rather not drill into it.
  7. You can always level match the speakers. The R-34 will still play a lot louder, which may not be a bad thing if you want it to act more as a soundbar.
  8. That would be much better plus it has the grille and box.
  9. Hey, it was a legitimate question. I've almost dropped records several times trying to hold them with one hand and open my TT cover with the other hand. My TT is on the middle shelf of my TV stand and the shelf isn't high enough for the cover to stay up on its own. If I used a microfiber glove I wouldn't have to worry as much and I could hold the record more securely without worrying about touching anything other than the edge or the label.
  10. Random question: Does anyone use something like a microfiber glove for handling their vinyl?
  11. Congrats. Good to have you back. 🍺
  12. Any Klipsch sub would work. In fact, subs don't benefit from timbre matching like your center speaker will so look at other brands as well. The matching center is the RCX-3, there's one on eBay right now (although it appears to be missing its grille): https://www.ebay.com/itm/Klipsch-RCX-3-Center-Speaker-/254481682159?_trksid=p2349624.m46890.l49292 As far as a new center I'd suggest finding whatever the smallest that Klipsch currently makes since your other speakers are small satellite speakers.
  13. Yes, powered speakers like the R-41PM have a subwoofer output to connect to a powered subwoofer. R-41PM paired with a small sub would be excellent for a computer setup.
  14. All of the above. I've always used spikes on speakers, subwoofers and speaker stands if they came with them. I don't know if I noticed any improvement in sound but I like having everything secure and not sliding around.
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