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  1. Your marantz will be fine in your situation. You don't need 150w. That's what the speaker can handle with continuous wattage. It handles 300w in small peaks. 50w at low volumes is plenty. Now if you play it loud you could damage the speakers but it would have to be pretty insane. Sent from my Pixel 6 using Tapatalk
  2. RP line are efficient speakers. Plenty of power from the AVR. Could you give them more? Absolutely! Maybe remove 2 speakers? I'm guessing your running 7.1? Try 5.1 Sent from my KB2007 using Tapatalk
  3. Also source material. I notice similar issues on my polk s30 with the same material as in my room with my Klipsch set up. It's not as pronounced. I think that's because the 504 is more articulate. Sent from my KB2007 using Tapatalk
  4. And in a couple years they might end up in a bigger room Sent from my KB2007 using Tapatalk
  5. I have my 8000fs in a 14x16 room with nothing but amazing sound Sent from my KB2007 using Tapatalk
  6. Should be fine...I have 8000fs,504c, 400m and 4 crappy Atmos speakers and my 4400 powers everything just fine Sent from my KB2007 using Tapatalk
  7. 6000s? Why's that? Sent from my KB2007 using Tapatalk
  8. I would say yes to a sub! Get the pb 1000 pro.... Worth the extra money plus svs will give you port plugs for free to turn it into a Sealed sub. For $200 go with the 8000f. I would say the 504c as well. It matches better with the 8000fs. The bigger the center the better. A 3rd 8000f for the center would be a better match Sent from my KB2007 using Tapatalk
  9. There's no jumpers on the 504c Sent from my KB2007 using Tapatalk
  10. Figured it out. At least for my set up. I'm not sure what AVR you have. I turned on tone controls on my Denon, bumped the bass and treble. Sounds much more natural Sent from my KB2007 using Tapatalk
  11. I was having the same issue with my 504c. The only thing that's new in my system is my svs subwoofer which I had set at 120hz LPF. After trying to change xo and recalibrating many times I finally lowered the lpf to 80hz and what a huge difference it made. Obviously voices were coming through the sub causing issues. I also used the tone controls bumped the bass and treble a little. I get meaty sound through the center and 99% of the tin sound is gone! Sent from my KB2007 using Tapatalk
  12. The last thing I did was add diffusers on the wall behind the speaker. Is it too close to the wall? Sent from my KB2007 using Tapatalk
  13. Also how did you set your levels? I just got a db meter and audyssey seems to set my center channel too low. I have all my speakers set the same and I've noticed improved center performance Sent from my KB2007 using Tapatalk
  14. 504c,8000f for fronts. Polk S10 for surrounds. I also have Dayton cubes for Atmos. Should I change everything to klipsch? Sent from my KB2007 using Tapatalk
  15. So I made some changes. I pushed the speaker closer to the wall. I also limited audyssey to correct 300hz and lower. Sent from my KB2007 using Tapatalk
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