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  1. I’m not trying to over price things and I wasn’t sure how much. No need to act like that. I’m not trying to have people bidding against them selves. So if you want a price for everything it’s $6,500, pick up only. 


  2. Hello All,

     

    I am selling my setup as I unfortunately don’t use it enough. I’ve had the speakers between 12-18 months. How much do you all think I should be trying to sell this for? Any advice on the best way to go about it? I also listed them for sale in the garage sale.  Listed below is everything I have. 
     

    Speakers

    RP-504C CENTER CHANNEL SPEAKER

    2 RP-8000F FLOORSTANDING SPEAKER

    2 RP-260FA Floorstanding Speaker

    Pair of RP- 160M Monitor Speakers

    2 SPL-120 SUBWOOFER

    Denon AVR-X4400H 4K Receiver


  3. Hello All,

     

    I am selling my setup as I unfortunately don’t use it enough. I’ve had the speakers between 12-18 months. If you want to make an offer please let me know. I’m also looking for recommendations on what you all think I should be selling it for or the best way to go about it. Listed below is everything I have. 
     

    Speakers

    RP-504C CENTER CHANNEL SPEAKER

    2 RP-8000F FLOORSTANDING SPEAKER

    2 RP-260FA Floorstanding Speaker

    Pair of RP- 160M Monitor Speakers

    2 SPL-120 SUBWOOFER

    Denon AVR-X4400H 4K Receiver

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  4. I am going to get something with a little more power since I am getting new speakers. I’m asking $725 and I have all the parts it came with. It is only 3 months old and has not had a tone of usage on it!  Make an offer! I can send pictures upon request. The ones I have are too large in file size to upload.

     

    Listed below are the specifications. 

     

    The AVR-X4400H features a sophisticated power amplifier section with all 9 channels configured identically, employing discrete high current capable power transistors. Each channel is rated at 125 watts per channel (8 ohms, THD0.05%, 20Hz~20kHz), and all channels are able to safely drive lower impedance speakers (down to 4 ohms). There’s also an Auto Eco mode that adjusts the maximum power available according to the volume level as well as an on-screen Eco meter that lets you see the power consumption reduction in real time.

     

    Ready For The Future Of Home Cinema

    The AVR-X4400H’s advanced video section is fully compatible with the latest HDMI and HDCP 2.2 specifications and prepared for any 4K Ultra HD source. High Dynamic Range (HDR), Dolby Vision compatibility, Hybrid Log Gamma (HLG) and eARC (enhanced Audio Return Channel) are at hand as well. You can also enjoy ultra-high-definition pictures from legacy analog and digital sources.

     

    The Heart Of Your Wireless Network

    Every sound, all your music, controlled effortlessly. Full wireless connectivity is provided via both Wi-Fi and Bluetooth, Apple Airplay 2 is supported. The built-in HEOS technology allows the AVR-X4400H to become the app-controlled heart of a whole-house wireless multi-room sound network. 


  5. 20 hours ago, rebuy said:

    Well, he said it's his first ever audio system of this type.

    Some people do have problems getting them set up, it ain't a phone.

    He's on a learning curve.

     

     

    Haha no kidding! I’ve been messing around with but I just got the rears mounted and I’m going to hook them up today and re-do the Audssey setup 


  6. Hello, 

     

    I just set set up my first ever home theatre system. I ended up purchasing the Denon AVRX4400H to power the speakers that I bought. I got everything hooked up this past weekend and it seems like I have to turn up to 75-80% volume for it to be somewhat loud. Would there be a reason I have to turn it up so much? Is that expected? I was expecting a little more boom with a little less effort. The speaker set up is listed below. 

     

     

    504c

    2 RP-260F

    2 RP- 160M—Haven’t even hooked up yet, waiting on mounts

    2 R-112SW

     

     


  7. 26 minutes ago, willland said:

    @Gclayton,

     

    Welcome to the forum.

     

    All from the same line will be timbre matched.  Very good choices. 

     

    Yamaha is known to be one of the most reliable brands out there.  IMO, try to get a model that is at a minimum midlevel and above.  More power, better parts, better build quality.

     

    Bill

     

     

    Any specific models? I’m lost on knowing how much power the receiver should have. I’ve read that under powering the speakers can be what causes the most damage so I want to make sure I have enough. 


  8. Hello! 

    Was gonna see if I could get some help. I’m looking at getting these speakers and I am completely lost on what receiver I should get. (Think I’ve narrowed it down to Yamaha) Also, does the combo of speakers work well together or would you recommend something different? How would y’all recommend setting them up for best surround sound experience? This will be mostly for movies and sports. The area they are they will be has a wall running down one side and opens up on the other side and back. 

    (1) Pair of Klipsch RP-260F Floorstanding Loudspeakers

    (1) Pair of Klipsch RP-160M Monitor Speakers

    (1) Klipsch RP-440C Center Channel Speaker

    (2) Klipsch R-112SW 12-Inch Powered Subwoofers

     

     

    thanks for your help! 

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