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DanMinnesota

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  1. Yessir, technically a Cali native but been in MN since I was 4. I'm actually an old neighbor of yours then, a few miles away in Sartell!
  2. I purchased a 504C based on all of your guys' help! Thank you!
  3. So do you think it would be unwise to add the 504C as my center to this setup? When I mentioned the upgrade, literally the entire system will be replaced at once, but that's many years away. So for now, I would like the best fit for the current setup from above, not necessarily just the best center available.
  4. Thank you for the warm welcome! I appreciate the advice and bringing my attention to the 504C. A little higher than planning, but at least not triple like the big dog you mention with RC-64 III haha This is my first jump into Klipsch (finally), and will eventually be my garage setup. I plan on doing a full theater years down the road where the RC- 64 III and other upgrades will definitely be had. Do you happen to know the layman's definition for the difference in passive 3-way versus 2-way when it comes to center channels? And which would you suggest? The 504C appears to be 3 way. My setup is in a roughly 13' deep by 20' wide "family" room. Thank you in advance good sir!
  5. Currently have 2 R-820-F towers, a single pair of bookshelf R-51-M, and an R-120SW, powered by a Denon AVR-S950H (125 rms/channel). My current center channel was donated for free and is a Klipsch KSF-C5 and you can tell it doesn't fit with the rest. I'd like to stay under $500. I can get a smoking deal on an RC-62 II ($270) or I'm also considering an R-34-C ($399 and not on sale). Which of these would be best? Or is there another option I should go with?
  6. Currently have 2 R-820-F towers, a single pair of bookshelf R-51-M, and an R-120SW, powered by a Denon AVR-S950H (125 rms/channel). My current center channel was donated for free and is a Klipsch KSF-C5 and you can tell it doesn't fit with the rest. I'd like to stay under $500. I can get a smoking deal on an RC-62 II ($270) or I'm also considering an R-34-C ($399 and not on sale). Which of these would be best? Or is there another option I should go with?
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