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DannyMcO

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  1. I saw these - didn't think they were quite steep enough to angle off my ceiling from 8 feet away. If the stands were reversed, and the speakers laid on their backs atop them, that would be the angle I'm trying to achieve. Thank you, though. Much obliged.
  2. Howdy all - Just updated my receiver, want to put an extra pair of RB5-2's to use as front/upfired Atmos l/r channels, but can't seem to find a stand that would allow them to fire at the correct angle and still be stable. Anybody have any suggestions? I'm thinking 30-45 degree angle at least, lying on its back. They'd be sitting on top of RF5's. 'Preesh any ideas. Dan O
  3. A couple of things We have 2 dogs already. 1 half Jack Russell/half Chihuahua, the other a Miniature Pinscher mix. Our cat is a purebred dick though. Window screens are a good idea, but not nearly robust or deterrent enough to put up with a cat stretch. He even reaches up walls sometimes, so it's got to be tough enough for little to no give if the claws are extended - that just isn't window screen pay grade. And though I work mostly from home, I can't keep an eye on the cat. He's gonna do what he's gonna do, but he also does his job chasing the occasional suburban mouse or vole in the basement, so he gets to stay. We also have kids coming over with some frequency. The RF-5's have the irresistibly tempting to little fingers dust cover at the center of the cone. So that's not a way to ensure they last. May have to get the metal grille sheet and bend them, but I've never done it before. Anybody got a good demo video to share?
  4. Hi all - new to the forum but have had my RF5's 15+ years now. Bought 'em for the bachelor pad in the city, transferred to the marital home in the 'burbs, which also has a cat. Which means my grille cloth is under attack. Anybody find pre-cut (or easy enough to diy) metal grille covers to fit Klipsch floor speakers? Any other catproofing solutions work for anyone? Any help appreciated.
  5. Anybody ever reply offline? Looking for pre-cut metal grilles to catproof my RF5's and RC3-II.
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