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  1. Hey guys, i bought an pair of the rp600m one year ago and now i start to notice a peculiar noise from one of the speakers - from the woofer i guess - at deep low frequencies (an example: listening porcelain from red hot chilli peppers - the kick of the drum causes an excessive vibration). With vinyls when the stylus touchs the groove there are the issue again, its very present when a push the turntable start/stop button, and when the disc are spinning is more audible in the interval of the tracks, the vibration its kind of circular, there some kind of pattern. I changed the cables, turn the position in the room, verified the bornes from the amp, changed de channels left and right and also verified the ground and energy font, the problem continues... I uploaded a record file of the issue so you can listen Voz 020_sd.m4a Voz 021_sd.m4a
  2. hey guys, i bought the rp 600m and now im having much fun testing the speakers, finding good positioning, break-in, etc. I also have an roland jd xi synth. My question is if its safe for the speakers play the synth with them or it's more apropriate have a dedicad amp. I mean about the frequencies, this would cause some damaged for the woofer or the hornet? thanks
  3. thanks Bill, in fact now im doubt with the pm6004 or a nad 316 bee v2, after some reviews
  4. Hey friends, i bought a pair of 600m and now im looking for a amp. I have an opportunity to get an second hand marantz pm6004 with a nice price. So, what do u guys think about this amp with the klipsch? Besides, Its 45 watts but the speakers are 100, i know about the sensitive, but its really safe (will drive)? Tanks a lot
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