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Loudogp250

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    Home Theater: Cambridge Audio CXR 120, Sony BDP-S6500, Roku 3, X2 Dayton Audio Sub 1500, Klipsch 4800W LCR, SS-2 surround LR, Klipsch KG 1.5 Rear
    2 CH: Technics SA-818, White U-turn Orbit with a Grado Prestige Blue1, Pioneer DV-45A (cd/sacd), Pioneer N-50, Forte ( Bob Crites TI diaphragms, updated crossovers)
    Living Room: Yamaha RX-v571, Vandersteen 2c .
    Bedroom: H&K 3475, Energy CB-5

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  1. After hours of research I have decided to go with the Marantz SR6013. No to many options when looking for multi channel analog input. I would like to listen to multi channel SACD’s and DVD a from time to time.
  2. I have bought a few receivers from Accessories4less in the past. They are authorized dealers of the brands they sale so even buying refurbished gets you warranty coverage.
  3. Hello Klipsch lovers. After searching a few forums without success I decided to post my question here. I am in the process of building a room for HT. I am currently using a CXR 120 that has served me faithfully. The issue is that I would like to speakers so that I can experience Atmos / DTS X and possibly Auro-3d. Has anyone replaced their Cambridge with another AVR so that they can experience the latest audio formats? Would you mind sharing your experiences? I have a 7.2 setup with Klipsch KL-7800-THX in-wall speakers and two Dayton audio 15' subwoofers. Height channels are Klipsch Pro 4800 W.
  4. In my old theater I used the Klipsch pro 4800 W for my LCR behind an acoustic screen and I enjoyed them.. For HT there is nothing like 3 matching speakers for your LCR. I am currently remodeling my entire basement adding a "sound proof" theater room. My pro 4800's will be moved to front heights for Auro-3d, Atmos and DTS X with KL 7800 L THX handing the LCR. If you are using in wall speakers strictly for HT you will be fine as long as you have a few subs. If you are on Facebook you should post this question in the Klipsch Owners Group.
  5. If anyone has flirted with the thought of running RP 8000’s as your LCR speakers in a home theater I have 1 RP 8000 F. My plan was to use 3 in a home theater setup, but I have changed my mind. Looking for anything for the THX line of in-walls of $350.
  6. I would like to know the same info. I am building another HT room. My current pro 4800 in walls will be used in a different room so I need to purchase another set of speakers. My dilemma is that I cannot decide between the R-5800-W II, PRO-180RPW or the THX-502-L. I would purchase 3 for my LCR.
  7. Taken for the Sound and Vision website, "Expected availability is this January, with the BTS-133 selling for $25,000, the BTS-160 for $30,000, and the BTS-180 for $35,000. The KPT-8000M surround and height speakers are $1,000 each. Read more at https://www.soundandvision.com/content/klipsch-launches-behind-screen-pro-cinema-home#Xp6SqUfsW3YiyGqY.99
  8. I just saw THIS video on Klipsch YouTube channel. Roy Delgado is explaining the system. Has anyone listened to the Modular System?
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