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  1. Hello everyone so I ordered a set of Klipsch speakers in a package and the floor speakers have three terminals each and I do not know what to do with them. I have enclosed pictures of the system I bought and the receiver and the back of the floor standing speakers. If someone would be so kind to help tell me how to hook those speakers to the front when my receiver only has one front channel. I'm lost. Thanks so much and have a great day! P.S. The receiver picture isn't showing up but it's the Denon AVR-X2700H AVR-X2700H-1b_19102020.jpg.webp
  2. Hello all, Need some advice here on the HT setup and configuration. I was thinking as the following configuration 1) R-610F FLOORSTANDING SPEAKER for the front left and right speakers 2) RC-62 ii for the center speaker 3) R-41M as the surround speakers 4) R-120SW as the subwoofer Receiver: Yamaha RX-V683BL Let me know if these sound good or will there be any issues while connecting them. I know that RC-62 ii is an old model and is currently not in production. Thank you!
  3. hello everyone! I'm quite new to the home theatre setup and would like some advice from the pros here. I just got a new place and would like to get a 5.1.4 setup (in-ceiling) from scratch, don't have any other equipment available. i would say i'm a keen listener for sound, but i wouldn't go as far as to say that i'm an audiophile for high-end music. I've researched and researched, to come up with this proposed setup. So anyway, i would like some comments and advice on the below suggested build. My budget is ~$6k but i'm willing to spend abit more if its worth it and compromise elsewhere where it is not really worth it (eg.surrounds & ceiling). I'm based in Singapore so all currency is in SGD for your reference. My personal preferences are in order as well, 1 being the most preferred. My wife really love the Klipsch Reference Premiere looks so there's some points for that, esp for the front 3 components. Receiver i'm very much leaning towards the AVR-X7200W as the specs are better than the other two but not much more expensive. However that 3 year old used is bothering me, no warranty. hm. I can go down to his place to test out the receiver though.. 1. Denon AVR-X7200W (with Auro3D, not HDCP2.2 upgraded. may need to top up ~$100) / $ 2000 / used-purchased Oct 15 2. Denon AVR-X6200W (new with 6 months warranty but may not be valid as i'm buying from someone not a retailer) / $1800 / brand new sealed 3. Denon AVR-X4300H (brand new official retailer) / $1850 Speakers. Below are all brand new from official retailer 1. Center Channel - Klipsch RP-450C / $ TBC 2. Center Channel - Klipsch RP-440C / $999 3. Center Channel - Klipsch RP-250C / $799 1. Front L&R - Klipsch RP-250F / $1449pair 2. Front L&R - Klipsch RP-260F / $1899pair 1. Subwoofer - Klipsch R-110SW / $999 2. Subwoofer - Klipsch R-112SW / $1199 Surround - Klipsch R-14M / $400 pair Ceiling - Polk Audio RC80i / $718 twopairs TDLR: Kindly requesting for comments / advice for the above setup, or recommendations for other speakers. Im quite open. Thanks everyone!
  4. So i am building a house and it is going to include a 2 row, 7 seat (3+4) or 8 seat (4+4) home theatre and im starting to draw up the schematic of the home theatre and got to the speaker locations and such. I live in a small country/ so i have almost no way of testing any of the speakers i choose before i get them, so i am trusting in the reviews of others.The first thing that came up when i googled home theater were klipsch speakers so i started reaschering them and they looked very good and i have read that they are very good. The plan is to have a 9.2.4 or a 9.4.4 Atmos setup in the room and i was just wondering what speakers you as the experts (at least heard the speakers) would recommend. The rest of the speakers in the house are Bang & Olufsen but cause in the theater im putting so many speakers i'd rather not spend that much money on getting Bang & Olufsen speakers. also how do the klipsch compare to the B&O speakers. or should i get the THX Ultra 2 and is that any good compared to Dolby ATmosThanks in advance for any help. Also, i'm single so no wife/GF telling me what i cant do (sorry for bad English)
  5. I just bought a new house with a 20'x20 room that will soon be my first home theater. To kick it off, since I have heard great things about Klipsch speakers I just ordered the following to start building my system: (2) RF-82 II (Left and Right) (1) RC52 II (Center) (2) RS52 II Surround rear I will be adding a sub, probably the R112 as well- If anyone could give me advice on what you feel is the best receiver to pair them with, your experiences with different brands etc. I'd like to spend under $1,500 but will spend more if I need to. Id appreciate any advice on the subject. Thanks- JF
  6. I am moving soon and cannot accomdate my current setup where I will be living. I have detailed what if anything is wrong cosmetically with each peice, they all work and sound fantastic. I am asking $2500.00 for the entire set and would prefer local pickup here in San Antonio, Texas due to the weight and difficulty of shipping these beasts. I have some of the origial packaging, all documentation for each peice and can provide images of each if you have a serious inquiry. Would love to see these go to a great home, happy hunting. Klipsch RC-7 Center Speaker: Cherry $400.00 1.75" titanium dome compression driver is coupled to an 8" square Tractrix® Horn Two 8" Cerametallic™ woofer cones 2.5-way crossover tapered-array technology 42 lbs Defects in appearance Dent in right side woofer cone. Does not affect sound or performance. Klipsch RF-7 Main Speaker (x2): Cherry $1200.00 Professional grade materials 1.75" titanium dome compression driver 8" square Tractrix® Horn Two 10" Cerametallic™ woofer cones High quality crossover networks 90 lbs per speaker Defects in appearance. Plastic grill pegs broken / Grills available and easily modified with magnets to fit again. slight scuffing on top and bottom of speakers 10’ woofer cone dent on one speaker Klipsch RS-7 Surround (x2): Black $450.00 Slight bubbling of finish roughly 3x3 inch area on top of speaker. Does not affect sound or performance. 24 lbs. Klipsch RSW-12 Subwoofer: Black $450.00 bubbling of fiinsh 3x3 inch area on top of speaker All grills fully intact 58 lbs.
  7. I am looking for a little advice in picking speakers for my home theatre. Anyone ever compared the Cornwalls to the JBL 3677's in a Home Theatre setup , where occasional music will also be played. I am wondering if a setup of Cornwalls as LR and a single Heresy as the center channel would be advised. I know that it is best to use the same speaker as LCR, but was trying to trim the costs a bit. My other choice would be to use two Cornwall III's as the lr and get an older cornwall for the center. Any advice would be appreciated. Does anyone know how the JBL line handles music. Thanks
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