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Browninggold

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  1. We really like the G-17. Doesn't lose signal and sounds great. Going to order another one shortly for the outside patio.
  2. I have a G-17 and is all setup. Is there a way to rename the speaker once it is setup. Or do I have to go through the setup again? Thanks
  3. I currently have RF 7IIs and RS 62IIs. I have a opportunity to purchase RB 81s they are not IIs would they sound alright in my setup for height and wides or rear surrounds? I am guessing they would be ok but just want to make sure. Thanks
  4. Looks good. Thanks for the suggestions/options
  5. I was looking at these mounts. I sent questions to Klipsch to see if the screw inserts on the bottom of the RB81IIs line up. Wondering if this mount would work: http://www.omnimount.com/products/speaker_mounts/stainless_steel_series/30.0_wb/
  6. 14.2.... I believe I blew that on a breathylizer before
  7. Youthman- So you had to screw into the speaker. I believe I used to have those mounts I used w/ Aperion 532 bookshelfs and it slid out on me. Didn't really want to screw into the speaker but if I have to. Any other ideas?
  8. Maybe someone has a suggestion I have 3 RF7IIs across the front and RS62IIs for surrounds. I am going to use RB81IIs for height and wide channels. What can I use to mount these speakers so they tilt and aim down without falling? Any manufactured stands out there for these large bookshelves. Thanks
  9. I have 3 RF7IIs across the front and RS62IIs for surrounds. I am going to use RB81IIs for height and wide channels. What can I use to mount these speakers so they tilt and aim down without falling? Any manufactured stands out there for these large bookshelves. Thanks
  10. I purchased 3 RF 7IIs for 2750.00 shipped to me for B stock. On one speaker there was paint missing on the edge about a 1/4" long and I covered that with a sharpie marker. Other than that they looked perfect.
  11. yeah whats up with the kids' glove remark...hopefully he isn't a clown with a giraffe in the backyard
  12. You Call ...I did not have my rear feet connected at first so I was going to take the front feet off but they were hard to turn to take off. So I ended up putting rear feet on speakers. Can't exactly remember how front was attached with a screw you can actually grab onto or if you can even remove them. I would check again but I have the spikes on quarters and sometimes if I move the speaker they roll off the quarter and sometimes it is hard to line up again.
  13. I believe if you hold down your control button and right click your pictures
  14. I had a horizontal center yrs ago and ceiling mounted my plasma so I could slide another tower in there. The sound is seamless to my ears it made a big improvement.
  15. larbo13 those black RF7IIs are nice looking.....great setup and thanks Browning
  16. Congrats larbo13....pictures pictures
  17. I want BASS traps not TROUT Traps....I have a grizzly to catch those. My pet grizzly usually sits by the subwoofer
  18. Yeah ATS cannot be beat. I currently have 7 2'x4'x4" panels on the walls....thinking of BASS traps in corners next.
  19. Nice jjennings.....The light wood with copper look is awesome also.....in fact any RF-7II looks great IMO
  20. Nice setup Ken.....are those ATS panels? I ordered my panels right before I painted the room, blended in nicely. Almost cannot see them. For the price/value they cannot be beat.
  21. What mount does everyone use? Thanks for any info.
  22. I also have the RF-7IIs Black....awesome speakers. Sound amazing
  23. Stumbled upon this post while listening to Phil Collins with my RF-7IIs....coincedence maybe but I believe fate has intervened. I have ATS 2'x4'x4" panels and could not be happier-price and look is very good.
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