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  1. Hello all. I just moved into a new house and I have RP-280FA speakers that I was previously using. In this new house I have a drop ceiling so I was thinking about using in ceiling speakers instead of tearing our the ceiling and putting drywall up. Can anyone suggest a good ceiling speaker pairing with the RP-280FA speakers? I am planning on cutting holes in the drop ceiling panels to do this. *This is for Atmos setup obviously Thanks, Chris
  2. Hello all! I am using Klipsch up-firing modules and had a question about insulation/sound proofing. My contractor was planning to use Roxul Safe'n Sound on the ceiling. Is this an issue with Atmos ceiling bounce? Thanks!!!!
  3. Thank you very much for that clarification.
  4. Hello all. I am about to purchase my Atmos system but I cant figure out why they are saying the 450CA is Atmos and 450C is not? I prefer the 450C if possible due to the Ebony finish. Am I missing anything? Thanks!
  5. I want to run 5.1.4 https://www.dolby.com/us/en/guide/dolby-atmos-speaker-setup/5-1-4-setups.html I forgot to say I have an SVS PB12 sub.
  6. All, this is my first Klipsch config (Atmos) so I could use feedback. Fronts: RP-280FA Center: RP-450C Rears: RP-160M w/RP-140SA AV Reciever: Onkyo TX-RZ1100 BluRay Player: OPPS UDP-203 Is there anything I am missing here? Any timber issues etc??? Thanks!!!!
  7. Are those supposed to match that way or no? Are these on sale because there are no matching bookshelves etc???
  8. Hello all. First timer here! The RP-280FA speakers seem to be on a nice discount right now. They are only on Black and Walnut for the 799 cost. The other speakers like the RP450C and RP-160M all seem to either come in Ebony or Cherry. My question is if I go with the Black fronts does it match pretty close to the Ebony? Hard to tell pallet on pictures. Thanks!
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