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  1. I actually don’t really like how it sounded when I had them like that. And I use my rc64iii as my center a lot of the time when listening to music anyway so it would be basically pointless to have them set up like that since I’m using a center for music as well. And even without using a center I thought it Definitely took away from the entire experience and sound quality of them, but I didn’t mess with it that extensively and might try again. But from trying it I don’t see why people would listen to them like that from what I’ve learned what the benefits are suppose to be from having them set up like that I just didn’t see or hear any benefits. I have the tweeters pointed about a foot or so away fro each shoulder, right speaker pointed like a foot or two to the right of my shoulder and so on. I found that sounds amazing. Really the way you have them set up is more forgiving than what people say for sure. Having then like that I get all the benefits of having them pointed straight at you but just a little smoother along with others. And then center imaging and entire soundstage is so on point and vaster than anything I’ve ever heard and they disappear immaculately/superfluously. I have them about 110” apart from the middle of the tweeter to the middle of the other tweeter. and I sit about 135” away from them in my most comfortable listening position . I’ve already found how I like how they sound. Wanting to know if there’s a rule of thumb that sounds beat for these speaker. I have them perfectly symmetrical inside the room. And my room is 13 by 15 with a hallway that extends to the door to the bathroom making it 13 by about 20 with 8’ ceilings. With the way my room is I only have them about 16 inches away from the wall. Also, from the front of the tweeter is exactly 25” away from the side of the wall. And I haven’t noticed any problems with it that distance or boomyness. But if I did move them out what benefits should I expect to notice in doing so.
  2. This is for any floor standing speaker placement but mainly I am curious about what is some of the best positions for the best performance for the rf7iii. Should I have them right at my face, towed in like crazy or towed out, what the best all around. Currently I have them slightly towed out from pointing directly at me.
  3. They actually use hickory instead of walnut on the walnut rf7iii.
  4. Thanks you so much this is a very informative post thank you. I will actually probably buy one or the other.
  5. Lol I might have to take you up on that cause it probably can’t get much worse lol. West side.
  6. Thanks for your help Regardless. Appreciate it.
  7. Don’t know if this is the right place for this or not sorry if not. I’m making this topic for people that need in person help and for people that are willing to give it to help get a home theater or music system going or just to fine tune it. I myself also need some help if anyone is near me that is willing to come out to my house, my system is already up and running just need to fine tune some things. Pretty new to this whole game so I’m trying to learn and I think some physical guidance would be best. Also anyone that would like this could also post here too. I fee kind of silly making this post but I thought it would be worth a shot. Thanks guys. location: Indiana
  8. Is there anyone here that has some rf7iii or just some klipsch speakers that know a good dac that’s matches up with them well or just a dac I’m general that is of decent to high caliber quality? I’m looking for a nice good dac that’s of high quality that will give me better sound quality than the dac on my anthem mrx720 that is also mqa compatible that will unfold the mqa Giles so I can get the beat quality out of them. Thanks
  9. God yeah I wish I could find somebody in this area that could do that. That would be amazing. It’s really hard for me to read on a computer because of my head problem so I do what I can.
  10. Lol dude they all sound the same... you didn’t answer my question at all lol 🤦, I’m not hyper focused it’s just hard to get a straight answer from people and an answer I can actually understand..😢. I just want to get the best quality out of my system that I can and programs I use. I wish people would be like here get this get that do this, that will make your system run perfect to how you want it but everyone always speaks in a foreign language to me and seems to answer every question except mine lol. It’s just me but lol. What things should I be focused on?
  11. Ok so my system doesn’t support mqa so what quality should the sound that is coming out of my speakers be. My tidal steaming is telling me to set it to 44hz. Tho I already have it set to exclusive mode of whatever so it should change it for me but I guess it’s not. I’m so ducking confused. My computer usually sets it to 48hz but I usually go and set it at the max 24big 192hz. Is 44hz what my system should be playing at? I have it set to master quality but we already establish my system doesn’t support that I know, so is 44hz what it should be playing at and is that what I should aet it too?
  12. I’m confused how will the music play at 88 or 96hz when tidal is telling me to set it to 44100hz? I’m so confused. Why is it telling me to set it that low? Also why did you contradict yourself saying if I do the first unfold In tidal then I will see a 96hz steam but then you said the backward mqa stream becasue my system doesn’t support that will be slightly less than cd quality. God everyone on here confuses me. Are you saying I have to somehow figure out a way to do the first unfold with some type of program for master quality songs then I will see a higher hz stream? How do I do the first unfold?
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