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  1. My experienced Klipsch subwoofer power failure and created a ticket instantly. It said I will be contacted by Klipsch rep within 7 business days. I called Klipsch and was told it be 5 days. With excuses about the holidays, I waited over two weeks and then got an email that i i am still under warranty and have been added to the list. Unfortunately, the amp replacement is on back order and might be getting them in march and then ship it to me. So from now on to I can't watch a movie or listen to a music. A company like Klipsch will give such an excuse like a newly Chinese company? Am i being forced to buy a new subwoofer from another company? And how am i guaranteed that i will even receive the said amp in March. Not everyone has that kind of money sitting there to buy Subwoofers. I made a huge mistake of selling my SVS subwoofer to purchase Klipsch just to complete all my setup with Klipsch. Regret is an understatement.. I don't know how many customers are going through this
  2. Hi the company i work for sells this BEHRINGER iNUKE NU4-6000 which pumps 440 watts into 8ohms. Is it ok to use it for my Klipsch Rp-280F fronts for 2 channel stereo? Lexicon Mc-12 Alesis Deq 830 Klipsch RP-280F Klipsch Rp-450C Klipsch RP-160M Emotiva UPA-500 for Center & Surrounds Egreat Android Media box for Hi-res Audio, 4K, 3D Video Samsung Bdfj500 Blu-ray Player Your advice will be appreciated. Thank you and have a good day.
  3. Hello everyone. I am a newbie in the Klipsch family. Recently moved from Polk Rti12 & Rti6 to Klipsch RP. FRONTS- RP-280F CENTER - RP-450C SURROUND - RP-160M SVS ULTRA 13 PORTED bought them from my company with great discount. I recently read a thread about the RP-260 & the 280's and lots of votes went for the 260's. Is there anything wrong with the 280's? My living room size 12 X 16 feet. SETUP LG OLED 55 LEXICON MC-12 PROCESSOR SONY TA-E9000ES PROCESSOR CARVER M1.5T 350 WATTS FOR FRONTS EMOTIVA UPA 500 CENTER & SURROUNDS SAMSUNG BDJ7500 3D BLU RAY PLAYER EGREAT ANDROID BOX ALESIS DEQ 830 EQUALIZER
  4. Hello everyone. I am a newbie in the Klipsch family. Recently moved from Polk Rti12 & Rti6 to Klipsch RP. FRONTS- RP-280F CENTER - RP-450C SURROUND - RP-160M SVS ULTRA 13 PORTED bought them from my company with great discount. I recently read a thread about the RP-260 & the 280's and lots of votes went for the 260's. Is there anything wrong with the 280's? My living room size 12 X 16 feet. SETUP LG OLED 55 LEXICON MC-12 PROCESSOR SONY TA-E9000ES PROCESSOR CARVER M1.5T 350 WATTS FOR FRONTS EMOTIVA UPA 500 CENTER & SURROUNDS SAMSUNG BDJ7500 3D BLU RAY PLAYER EGREAT ANDROID BOX ALESIS DEQ 830 EQUALIZER
  5. Good day to everyone and hope your day is going on well. I need an advice or suggestion. Classe SSP 70 VS Lexicon MC-12. Which one is better.
  6. I believe so. When I plug back the sony in, everything seems to work fine. But the Lex, no at all. Hopefully repairs wouldn't cost more than $200
  7. Thanks man. I tried it last night no success ..I hear a noise but no sound. And when I did the Lexicon speaker test, all speakers produced a sound with the exception of the center channel. May be to the repair center?
  8. What if I do factory default resetting. Or it doesn't work like that. I have to enable the center channel for it to work
  9. I am using an Emotiva UPA 500 for my movies. Connected the surrounds and the center to it while using Carver mt1.5 for my fronts. Was using a Sony TA-E9000ES processor. I don't have the manual for it. When I connected back the Sony it is playing alright. My 3d 4K player is Samsung bdF 5700. Thank for coming in
  10. Good day to you all. Anyone on this forum using Lexicon? Especially MC-12? I recently purchased one but I don't get sound from the center channel. I did a reset to factory default but still no sound from the Center Channel. Anyone knows if it's normal? At The Record and Zone 2 sections there are amber lights that says OFF. I haven't connected anything to those zones. Any help will be greatly appreciated before shipping it back to the seller. I really want to keep it
  11. Thank you Willland. I appreciate your input as well. I'm now being convinced I'm not making bad choices. But what about 2 channel without a Sub. Do you think the Rp280 can produce a punchy bass? I mean music bass not that sort of crazy Bass lol
  12. @Youthman, thanks for your input. Being bright meaning in sound and not looks. That's a beautiful setup.
  13. Hello fellas. Hope you all having a good day and week. I am a fun of Polk audio and due to high cost of Amplifiers, I learnt Klipsch speakers are very sensitive and can be hit hard by receivers even though I am using separates. Polk Rti12 Front Polk Rti6 Center Polk rti6 rear Surrounds Svs Ultra 13 Sub Emotivat UPA 500 (80watts 5 channel) Carver Mt1.5 (350 watts channel) Sony TA-E9000ES Processor Mac Mini server Samsung BDJ7500 Alesis Deq 830 Digital Spectrum Equalizer From some reviews, they stating Klipsch are good at lower volumes but lose bass and mids when hit harder unlike the Polks that shines when hit harder. They complain about Klipsch speakers being too bright . I am considering Klipsch RP280 fronts Klipsch RP 450 Center Klipsch Rp 160m. Aside good sound, I consider cosmetic looks as well and the Klipsch will look beautiful in a white wall paint. I don't want to regret migrating. Anyone has any knowledge about the Polks vs The Klipsch Rp? Mostly listen to music 80% . 2 channel without a Sub. The Polks play well and sometimes friends couldn't believe Sub is off. But Will need to use one Amp instead of two to get what I want. I need a simple setup Edited 2 minutes ago by dafirst
  14. Hello fellas. Hope you all having a good day and week. I am a fun of Polk audio and due to high cost of Amplifiers, I learnt Klipsch speakers are very sensitive and can be hit hard by receivers even though I am using separates. Polk Rti12 Front Polk Rti6 Center Polk rti6 rear Surrounds Svs Ultra 13 Sub Emotivat UPA 500 (80watts 5 channel) Carver Mt1.5 (350 watts channel) Sony TA-E9000ES Processor Mac Mini server Samsung BDJ7500 Alesis Deq 830 Digital Spectrum Equalizer From some reviews, they stating Klipsch are good at lower volumes but lose bass and mids when hit harder unlike the Polks that shines when hit harder. They complain about Klipsch speakers being too bright . I am considering Klipsch RP280 fronts Klipsch RP 450 Center Klipsch Rp 160m. Aside good sound, I consider cosmetic looks as well and the Klipsch will look beautiful in a white wall paint. I don't want to regret migrating. Anyone has any knowledge about the Polks vs The Klipsch Rp? Mostly listen to music 80% . 2 channel without a Sub. The Polks play well and sometimes friends couldn't believe Sub is off. But Will need to use one Amp instead of two to get what I want. I need a simple setup
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