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TMatt

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About TMatt

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  • Birthday 01/01/1991

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    Jacksonville, FL
  • My System
    Living Room:
    Denon AVR-X3400H
    Fronts: RF-5s, RC-7
    Surrounds: RF-3s
    Subs: Dual PB-2000s

    Master Bedroom
    Fronts: RB-5s, RC-3ii

    Office:
    Promedia 2.1 THX

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  1. Do you really get the exact same quality video and audio by doing this?
  2. If I were you I would save a chunk of change and go with some of these Micca M-8C 8 Inch 2-Way In-Ceiling In-Wall Speaker with Pivoting 1" Silk Dome Tweeter (Each, White) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B002YPS6T6/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_n7y5CbK29A8Q0 You aren't gonna be able to notice a difference in timbre from the amount of sound that comes from Atmos speakers compared to your front stage and side/rear surrounds. I'd spend the money on a 5 channel integrated amp.
  3. I have the Denon AVR-X3400H and I love it, I got it for 600 bucks and no tax but it just went on sale for 500+tax on amazon(there is very little difference between the 3400 and 3500). I tried the Onkyo TX-RZ620 before the Denon and I prefer the Denon by a long shot, Audyssey is leagues better than AccuEQ and the Wifi streaming on the Denon actually worked where the Onkyo one would always go out multiple times a song. As far as subwoofers go, GO DUAL. I have 2 SVS PB-2000s to go with my Klipsch RF-5s and RC-7 and i love them. For a small apartment I would think about going dual SVS PB-1000s. I think SVS subs are superior to Klipsch subs in every way. To save a few bucks on Klipsch or SVS contact @MetropolisLakeOutfitters
  4. Personally, I don't think the performance increase from the PB-3000 to the PB-4000 is worth 500 dollars more. The PB-3000 is an absolute beast. If you're located in the U.S. hit up @MetropolisLakeOutfitters if you wanna save some money off MSRP. You might find that going dual PB-3000s isn't much more than the MSRP of the PB-4000 and I think you will be much happier you did. Going from dual R-112SWs to a single sub you will find that the bass doesn't quite fill your room as well and you might have some nulls.
  5. Wow that is quite the markup. 😨 Maybe buy one SB-2000 now and if you like it save up for another. I wonder if you call them they might give you a discount, there are dealers here in the U.S. that give significant discounts off MSRP on Klipsch and SVS products. Also, if you're on Facebook join the Klipsch Owners group, there might be people in that group who are located in your country who could help you out, there are about 10,000 members in the group.
  6. I just did a quick search on SVS's distributor page and it looks like these guys sell SVS in CZ. http://www.highend.cz/
  7. What kind of budget are you working with? Any of SVS's sealed woofers: SB-1000, 2000, 3000 would work well for you I'm sure. You could go dual SB-1000s or SB-2000s so that you don't have to crank up an individual subwoofer and your bass will be less localized and fill your room better compared to a single sub. Look into SVS's isolation feet as well, they screw into the bottom of most subs and reduce vibrations in the floor with their rubbery sound absorbing material.
  8. I would go with a PB 3000. You could always run it in sealed for music and ported for movies.
  9. @Doomsayer300What did you end up going with? I have RF-5s and an RC-7 and absolutely love them.
  10. I will buy if you're willing to ship to 32258, PM sent.
  11. Bought one.
  12. So I currently have the R-28fs, R-25c, and an R-12sw in my living room which is about 20x13 feet and semi open to the kitchen. I'm not super happy with the musical depth and bass from the R-28fs and am considering upgrading. There is a pair of RF-5s for sale for 500 bucks near me, is this a good deal? There is also a pair of RP-8000fs for 750 within pickup distance. Which do you guys think would be the better deal/best speaker for me? I will be watching TV/movies 50%, music 30%, and video games 20%.
  13. Hey @rlmerrell69 how did your system end up? What receiver did you go with?
  14. Hey Chad, How did your system turn out? What receiver did you end up going with?
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