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  1. K5SS

    What's on your Black Friday list for 2018?

    I actually don’t have anything that I need this year, for once! I might get a little squirmy as Christmas approaches and all my shopping is done though. Time will tell.. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  2. Love the optimism! Is that the same thinking that went into you buying a Hellcat? Haha
  3. K5SS

    Time to upgrade my Klipsch rc62ii

    The RC-62 is a great speaker but the RC-7 is supposed to be in a different league. I have never had the opportunity to own the RC-7 but I have owned a couple RC-62’s, a RC-64 and a few other Klipsch centers. From what most members here say about the RC-7, it is supposed to be one of the best centers Klipsch ever made. With all all of that said, the RC-64 is supposed to “match” more with your 82’s. I would probably find deals on both, A/B test them side by side and sell off the one that loses the shootout. I am a bit of a nut though🤪
  4. K5SS

    RP-600M with Adcom GFA 555se

    I used a beefy B&K with 160M’s a while back and think you will be very pleased with the Adcom 600M combo. Like mentioned above, as long as you aren’t trying to fill an auditorium sized room, you should be totally fine. Klipsch speakers are pretty sensitive but that definitely doesn’t mean they don’t like power..
  5. K5SS

    Time to upgrade my Klipsch rc62ii

    Do you have the room for another 82 as a center?
  6. K5SS

    Looking for feedback on the Denon X6500

    If you are around the Seattle area, I might be inclined to take those RF-63’s off your hands:)
  7. K5SS

    How you cooking your bird for Thanksgiving

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  8. K5SS

    Heresy III Raw $800

    Good deal, either way if you ask me. Might even be a little fun project. Can we all settle on realistic price?
  9. K5SS

    Looking for feedback on the Denon X6500

    Yes, it will run cooler, the more strain you take off the internal amps. I would highly recommend picking one or two of these up, if you are worried about heat like me: https://www.amazon.com/AC-Infinity-Front-Exhaust-Receivers-Components/dp/B078PQJSRY/ref=mp_s_a_1_3?ie=UTF8&qid=1542515984&sr=8-3&pi=AC_SX236_SY340_QL65&keywords=ac+infinity+fan&dpPl=1&dpID=31-UUqu8CwL&ref=plSrch I love mine!
  10. K5SS

    Heresy III Raw $800

    Had no clue you could come close to that price for new Heresy III. I have purchased quite a few RP Series speakers from Cory but never any of the Heritage lineup. Good to know!
  11. K5SS

    Heresy III Raw $800

    Actually seems like a good buy for someone with some painting/staining skill.
  12. You could also use an inch of isolation foam on top of the speaker, so you can bring the Atmos modules closer to the front of the speakers. Even if if you don’t go that route, a 3” overhang off the back of the speaker should be just fine, if you can tolerate the looks.
  13. I think the plastic bulge on the top is only a few inches deep and then the rest of the speaker is flat. I had the F-3’s a waaays back and I believe the F-30’s were the replacement for them but very similar. I believe the Atmos modules will fit just fine, behind that bulge. Luckily, the F-30’s are fairly large and the Atmos modules are pretty small. I would measure, just to be safe, before I dropped the coin though.
  14. K5SS

    Epic CF3s near San Diego

    “Post has been flagged for removal” Apparently the person that wanted to buy them, to actually use them, is pissed..
  15. K5SS

    New home theater plan...but is it any good?

    You don’t seem open to my suggestion, which is totally cool and totally your prerogative. It’s your money after all. Knowing that, I would put your entire budget into a higher quality single sub, than duals of the subs you have mentioned. I had dual Polk 505’s in a old Definitive Technology 5.2 system I had a few years back. I totally enjoyed them, don’t get me wrong, but I was soon bit by the upgrade bug. The 505’s were replaced by a Rythmik FV15HP and that was when I realized the bass I was lacking with the Polks.
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