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  1. Do Klipsch Surround Speaker RP-250S is Di-Pole or Bi-Pole ?
  2. Next year i will install 4 height speakers to make my system 5.1.4 Dolby Atmos
  3. derrickdj1; Checkout following link for advance manual of pioneer SC-LX901 to find steps of configuration for Bi-Amp Under Configuration -> Bi-Amp http://jp.pioneer-audiovisual.com/manual/sclx901/adv/en/004.html and check the attachment as well for Bi-Amp wiring SC-LX901_Bi-Amp.pdf
  4. Pioneer SC-LX901 also has Bi-Amp feature. and yes we have to configure it electronically through AV receiver check out following link below for specs https://www.pioneerelectronics.com/PUSA/Home/AV-Receivers/Elite+Receivers/SC-LX901#AudioFeatures check out following link for the Manual https://www.pioneerelectronics.com/ephox/StaticFiles/PUSA/Files/Home/SC-LX901_BAS_EnFr.pdf
  5. I have Pioneer SC-LX901 and Klipsch RP-280F speakers; both of them are Bi-Amp capable. since my current configuration is (5.1) setup. so I can Use Height 1 speakers' output for high frequency connected to HF in RP-280F and Front Speakers output will be connected to MF in RP-280F (Bi-Amp). shell this configuration gives me any benefits in term of sound quality ? shell I do Bi-Amp (single AV Receiver 2 amplified channels) or not ?
  6. I Agree, even I don't know how to calculate the power per channel if more than 2 channels are running such as 5 channels setup. I assumed the dividend of total power into running number of channels. regarding the specs of SC-LX901; you'er right It's total power is 850W. in some websites it's specified 880W such is in the following Japanese website (http://jp.pioneer-audiovisual.com/components/avamp/sc-lx901/spec/)
  7. my understanding is just simply divide total power 880W into 11 channels which gives 80W per channel. which is the maximum capability if all 11 channels are powering. in my current setup (5.1) I'm using only 5 channels which might gives more than 80W per channel. may be between 80W~140W (Average 110W) in near future I will configure it to 5.1.4 (9 channels) which gives around 97W per channel. AM I right ?
  8. I really appreciated your way of explanation So setting this center speaker RP-450CA as Small will give better sound clarity. What is the crossover for small speaker setting ?
  9. Thank you for the explanation Since inner woofers and outer offers are same size while handling different frequency ranges with overlap; do this setup gives better sound producing overal comparing to if same size single woofer handled wider rang 58Hz-1500Hz ?
  10. RP-450C has followings: Crossover frequency: 500Hz/1500Hz Frequency Response:58-25kHz; Does it mean: 1. Tweeter's Frequency range (1500Hz ~ 25kHz) 2. Inner 2 woofers' frequency range (500Hz ~ 1500Hz) 3. Outer 2 woofers' frequency range (58Hz ~ 500Hz) As illustrated in the attached photo. And do Voice/dialogue frequencies handled by inner woofers only ?
  11. Or setting crossover at 80Hz in A/V receiver should avoid sending lower frequencies (heavy bass) to front and surround speakers...I'm I right ? so if I set all speaker as LARGE (Front, Center & Surround) and set crossover at 80Hz in A/V receiver; shouldn't this setting protect these speakers if speakers didn't have built-in protection method?
  12. As you mentioned to set front and surround speaker to small to avoid pass extreme low frequency (heavy bass) to them in case of having subwoofer. I am wondering if these reference premiere class front speakers RP-280F and Surround Speakers RP-250S can't handle heavy bass; isn't these speakers should have built-in filter or crossover to avoid pass unnecessary frequencies to the speakers as a protection ? for example RP-280F Frequency response is 32~25kHz isn't all frequencies below than 32Hz should be filtered by speaker itself to avoid damages?
  13. Thanks for the advice, I will definitely buy ceiling atmos speakers in the future The sub-woofer I have is klipsch R-115SW which is strong enough to shake my home
  14. My current setup is 5.1 After one year I will purchase Dolby atoms speakers to make 5.1.4 setup My hall size is 7.6m X 11m and seating area is 5m X 7m where my home theater is set
  15. I did a full MCACC Pro calibration after properly placing all speakers (5.1 setup), the Pioneer AV receiver detected surround sound speakers (RP-250S) as a large tower speaker ! Should I keep the setting for these surround speakers Large as calibrated or change it to Small manually? I know the RP-250S is strong and has deep bass. Need your opinions
  16. Hi guys! this my first post on this forum; I bought 5 days back a home theater 5.1 Setup with Klipsch reference premiere speakers (RP-280F, RP450CA, RP-250S & R-115SW) and A/V receiver is Pioneer Elite SC-LX901. I am glad that I purchased Klipsch speakers; they are amazing. I never heard such a natural sound like these speakers as well as the heavy bass of the sub-woofer. I bought Pioneer SC-LX901 so that I will upgrade my home theater after one your to Dolby Atmos 5.1.4 Setup. now my only concern is Do Pioneer SC-LX901 is best choice for these speakers since these speakers required 150W while the receiver is 140 W/ch (8 ohms, 20 Hz-20 kHz, THD 0.08 %, 2ch Driven FTC) Please Advice me !
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