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  1. I have my surrounds hooked up to an Amphony 1700 wireless transmitter/receiver. The Amphony receiver provides the amplifier at 40W/channel to my RP-502s surrounds. Both the transmitter and receiver/amplifier have “volume“ knobs on them. I’ve read about clipping caused by low power. Since it only supplies 40W, should I just turn both of them all the way up and let Audyssey properly set the volume?
  2. So having a set of Front B’s sitting in Zone 2 isn’t really like having a traditional set of Front B’s.
  3. I have a Denon AVR-X1600H. I would like to set up a second pair of front speakers for use sometimes. The manual says to set the “Assign Mode to Front B”, but lists this under Zone 2 in the manual. I have two questions: 1). If I am using the Front B’s, will I still get sound out of the center and rears since it is in Zone 2? I assume so, correct? 2) Do I need to run Audyssey for both configurations (Front A and Front B)? Is that possible? Thanks in advance for any help!
  4. Don’t they have a smaller woofer than the 502?
  5. I am looking to update my current SS.5 surrounds. I like the RP-502S, but don’t want to spend quite that much. Is there an older equivalent to this speaker? I check Facebook Marketplace and usually see some good deals, but don’t know what the older equivalent to the 502S is...just so I can keep an eye out. Any suggestions? Also, there are always quite a few new-in-box Klipsch offerings on Facebook Marketplace. Are these trustworthy? Why so many new in box?
  6. It looks like my receiver can pair with 8 devices, but doesn’t specifically say simultaneously.
  7. I did, but I thought this would be more straight forward. It seems like avoiding wiring to rear speakers would be a common problem There should be a feasible solution built into newer receivers. If newer receivers can’t transmit to these wireless speakers, what is the point? Just connections to iPhones?
  8. I need a solution to get wireless speakers in the rear of my setup. Can I use traditional wired front/center speakers and then connect a pair of R-51PMs by Bluetooth at the same time? I am using a Denon AVR-X1400H. * I would be using the Denon AVR to transmit the Bluetooth.
  9. I have a Denon AVR-X1600H with Klipsch SS.5 rear speakers, SC.5 center and SB1 fronts. What’s the best way to get a rear wireless alternative? Our current setup doesn’t allow for wires going to the rear. Thanks in advance for any help!
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