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  1. Not many people know that...There is actually a refrence on the Klipsch website..no pun intended. See link below. http://www.klipsch.com/news/klipsch-renews-sponsorship-as-official-audio-partner-of-the-rock-roll-hall-of-fame About Klipsch Audio In 1946 Paul W. Klipsch, inventor, acoustics pioneer and maverick, founded Klipsch Audio with the sole purpose of bringing the power, detail and emotion of the live music experience into his living room. Through the use of highly efficient speaker designs, handcrafted cabinetry and a thirst for real engineering breakthroughs – Klipsch, the great American loudspeaker company, was born in Hope, AR. Today, our diverse range of quality audio products includes speakers and headphones for almost any consumer and professional application – including cinema, whole-house, wireless, home theater and portable offerings. Honoring our founder’s legacy, Klipsch continues to be the legendary high-performance brand of choice for audiophiles and aficionados around the world. We are the Keepers of the Sound®. Klipsch Group, Inc. is a VOXX International Company (NASDAQ: VOXX). Sorry couldn't resist JK LOL
  2. Thanks Youthman! My current speakers are a pair of Pioneer Andrew Jones SP-FS52s. The SVS SB-1000 has an internal amp. I only plan on running only the 3 Klipsch speakers plus the Sub. Probably will crossover at 80HZ.
  3. I have an Yamaha RX-A770 (Rated Output Power (20Hz-20kHz, 2ch driven, 95 W (8 ohms, 0.06% THD) Considering upgrading my speakers to a pair of Klipsch RP-260Fs and a RP-450C. Will my receiver be powerful enough? Wife doesn't like it "too loud" so I am hoping based on that I will be ok. I also have a SVS SB-1000.
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