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  1. RF-83....RC-64....RS-62.....Servo 15......Room is 23 X 13.....System is 85% used for theatre....15% music.... I am currently using Pro Link (Pro Series) copper wire...12 Guage up front and 14 in the rear ( Rear will have to stay, it was ran in the wall during a renovation ).........My question is...... What size should be used......Braided or solid.....Are there better brands than others ?.........I am using a Power Link (Digital Coax ?) cable on my sub......Is all this OK or are there some improvements that good benefit my system. Thanks
  2. Didn't have much luck with this question before, so I will try again......RF-83......RC-64......RS-62..... Servo 15 V.2....Need a receiver .....Don't know what to get.....Thinking a good AV receiver......... or should it be seperates ?? Need something for both music and movies. Thanks
  3. I just picked up my new HT package Rf-83......RC-64....RS-62.....and a Servo-15 V 2.0........I have it all hooked up to my 4.5 year old Denon 2802 reciever....it is 90 watts per channel X 6.....Is that enough to power my system......It sounds good, but would a bigger reciever (4308) sound better......what would my gains be with a bigger reciever..... (or seperates)....should I buy a new bigger amp or keep the 2802...I planned on getting something new, but not if I don't need too. Thanks
  4. Just ordered the Klipsch RF-83.....RC-64....RS-62...ans a servo-15.....should be in this Thursday......pretty keen to let'em whale !!! But I was wondering what would be better...AV reciever (Denon 4308ci ....I was thinking) or seperates......I have the Denon 2802 right now, I hope that it is enough to run my speakers for now.......until I get something soon. Can you add a power amp to an AV reciever or not ??.....Heard that seperates are expensive....I can get the new Denon 4308ci for about $2500 CAD.......or is that not even good enough reciever ?? I would assume that seperates are better.........but how much better......... and how much money are we talking for a good set up. All comments welcome Thanks
  5. AUB

    AV amp to run RF-83

    Reciever.......7.1 is what the ones I was looking at were. Thanks, Aub
  6. AUB

    AV amp to run RF-83

    Any reason why you don't have the RS-62 for your surrounds........Are they not a good surround speaker..........I'm not sure what sub to get yet...RT-12d...Servo-15. Thanks, Aub
  7. Jay....you like you RF-83's........would you consider another speaker or are they just that good.........Want to get a pair but I want to make sure it is the right choice....lotta money.......RC-64.......RS-62. Thanks, Aub
  8. I meant't WOW (2499).......they are 3499 CAN $$......thats what was brutal.
  9. You need to get a "Y" adapter.......The Y goes on the sub amp, then attach it to the cable.......Attach the other end of the cable to your onkyo amp. (pre-out sub) Hope this helps.
  10. WOW......$3499 retail......can get them for $2850 CAD.......thats brutal.......You know any good stores that would ship to Southern Ontario ? Thanks, Aub
  11. Whats a pair of RF-83's worth down there ?
  12. I was told that the RT-12d retailed for $2500 Can. dollar........I can get it for $2100 Canadian.........Does that seem high ??
  13. Looking for a good AV amp to run a RF-83 system.......RC-64 and the RS-62....not sure what sub yet.......Own a Denon 2802 right now, want to upgrade that.......Like to stay with Denon but not which model is enough for these beasts......Would consider another brand. Any comments welcome. Thanks, Aub
  14. Looking for a sub that go with the RF-83 home theatre system...............My room is 14 X 24 almost 10 foot ceiling................Would spend around $3000 for a sub............... Servo 15.......Klipsch RT-12d.......Fathom F-113.......some I have looked at. Need some guidence please. Thanks, Aub
  15. What sub would you suggest ?........Servo 15.......Klipsch RT-12d
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