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  1. Thanks soooo much this will really help, I should have checked back sooner! I appreciate all your help and will keep you guys updated with my progress...
  2. I have a pair of P 39F's and the bottom woofer on each one have imperfections. I would like to replace them and have even called Klipsch about the replacements. I am wondering if anyone has any experience with this? I want to do it myself but am very worried I could mess them up further. Has anyone had to have this done before and you have an exploded view or know of someone qualified. I'm hoping if I need to bring them somewhere it doesn't cost an arm and a leg...
  3. I just bought a SW-311 brand new and there is a weird electronic buzzing noise coming from inside the back of the enclosure at least that's what it sounds like to me. I'm not sure what to do about it, when I turn the volume down on the sub itself the buzzing goes away but when I turn the receiver volume up it comes back again. Anyone else have the same problem?
  4. Sorry like I said I'm new to all this, in the past I've owned HT's in a box lol
  5. I was planning on doing a passive bi amp but if u think installing an xo is better I will get one depending on how much it is...
  6. I am waiting on a pair of RF 7II's to arrive to use with my NAD T787, I am planning on bi-amping them and using it as a 5.1 receiver instead of 7.1. I'm wondering if this will power them properly? It's 120 watts per channel from what I've been reading so I was thinking that would double the power going to them. If u can't already tell, I'm really new to this whole game as far as the technical aspect of things goes. I'm really hoping I don't have to purchase anything else for the setup. Any help would be greatly appreciated and I can supply any other info that might be necessary...
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