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  1. @willland thank you very much for the advice. Yeah I would love to upgrade my speakers but they being just a few years old, might have to hold off a bit. If I may ask, given that my whole series is in the RP line, if I do upgrade piecemeal to other lines, would there be issues matching? For example if I replace my RP-240Fs with RP-280Fs vs RF7s or even a heritage bran - Is the very important to keep within the series?
  2. Thank you so much all for your input. Think that settles it for me, and I will get one. Now comes the challenging part of getting one appropriate to the system. Thinking of the outlaw audio 5000. Will keep looking. Do you guys also believe in getting an amp which gives you fifty percent more power per channel than your speaker supports?
  3. Hi All. Can I ask what you all think of getting an external amp for the config below. Receiver Denon X3300W 5.1.2 system Fronts Klipsch 250Fs Centre Klipsch 450C Surrounds Klipsh 402S Front Upfiring Atmos- 2 Klipsch 500SA Sub - 1 only - SVS SB-2000 Room Size 3000 cubic feet but adjacent to an open air kitchen I usually use this for movie watching all kinds from UHD blu rays to 4k netflix and amazon prime. And also for spotify premium. Have a PS4 and a blu ray player connected. Room correction with Denon's Audyssey I sometimes feel that in action sequences, the stage is not that clear. Dialogue is muddled. When watching gravity, dialogue gets lost during the action sequences. Its definitely better when I had a smaller centre (the 450c is an upgrade) but wondering if an external amp would help. If I had an external amp for at least the Front's and centre, would I feel the difference or am I just wasting money given that I understand Klipsch speakers do not need much power. Also could I still do audyssey room correction with an external amp? Finally what would you recommend. Was looking at Outlaw 5000 to power LFC and surrounds and keep the Atmos speakers to the Denon. Looking for your wisdom! Thank you very much
  4. Thank you for that. What are your thoughts between the bigger drivers in the 600c vs the more numerous but smaller drivers of the 504c. Thanks again everyone.
  5. Hi all 1st post. I have a medium sized room with a 65 inch screen and 3 metre viewing distance. Current Setup - Fronts - RP 250f Centre - RP 250c Surround - RP 240s Atmos front upfiring - rp 500sa Sub - SVS SB2000 I am hoping to upgrade my centre speakers - for better dialogue in movies in particular and richer vocals in Dolby surround from Tidal, HQ Spotify I was considering an RP 600c vs RP 404c or a 504c. I figure audyssey would take equilibriate the sound levels, but wondering if my fronts would match the timbre with all 3 Also should I go for the larger drivers in the 600c or the multiple drivers in the 404/504 series And given the rest of my set up, is the 504c overkill. Thank you very much for your advise. Thank you
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