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  1. Thank you for replying. The issue isn't getting a cable to the sub as I need to rip up some concrete to get electricity to the riser for my seating. It's just a question of what is a better quality sub. Rather go Klipsch as its cheaper but the other sub rates highly and is smaller.
  2. Hi, New Klipsch loyalist here and trying to decide between both subs. This is a new system not yet hooked up but I'm excited.. My challenge is the only place I can put the sub is behind my second row of theater chairs. Room is 20 X 12. Yes I know this isn't optimal to say the least, but I can't afford an in wall sub right now so it will have to do. WIth that said. I have to pay attention to the depth of the sub. The REL is on sale for $599. The Klipsch is $449. Here is the kicker ( LOL ) The REL is also 4 inches smaller in depth which means a great deal in my space. Any thoughts would be super helpful. I included a design of the theater room below. Thank you so much for any input. Just please be kind as I'm new. This is more of a room for football and sports vs an occasional movie and Netflix. (Current Set up ) 82 Samsung Q90R ( 2019) Onkyo TXRZ840 Center Channel Klipsch R34C Ceiling CDT5650C basement9-1.pdf
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