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  1. Thanks for your input Bill. Just like you I think the 504C will do a better job on the mid range. I also read that is a "2.5-way speaker" Inside mid-woofers play different frequencies than the outside mid-woofers. "helps to diminish the "comb-filtering" - the 504C will provide a wider listening window ie: it will cover the full length of a room instead of the person in the middle." Looks great on paper. My wife says I'm just building my case and justifying the expense. I told her she was right, right after placing the order online. 🙂 Cheers.
  2. Hello everyone; I currently have a set of RP-6000F fronts and a SPL-120 subwoofer. Is there a proper way to match a center channel speaker to this set? Klipsch advertises this floor standing speakers along with the RP-600C. Is it because the diameter of the drivers on the 600C matches the size on the RP-6000F? Are there any guidelines? My options include also the RP-404C and RP-504C. I kind of like the idea of having 4 drivers instead of two. Would the RP-404C sound a little "tiny" because of the 4 inch drivers? Would the RP-504C be overkill? For now I'm driving them with a Yamaha RX-V481 (only 95W per channel) I'm more into music (jazz, opera among other things) but clear vocals are very important to me. I'm kinda new at this and have a lot of questions. Will love to hear from you. George
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