Search the Community
Showing results for tags 'front'.
I need to pick up some additional speakers to give 11.2 a listen so I need the wide R&L and the Upper R&L and I have a couple of questions. First question; who's running 9.? or 11. systems and in your opinion, was it worth doing? Do the upper fronts add more and the wides are a waste of effort? I'm running RF7's with RC7, RS7's and RB61's in the rear. My front wall is just shy of 15' wide and the overall room is 34' long with vaulted ceilings. I pulled wires for upper R&L when I did the wall and they will be approx. 2.5' above the 7's but there's a soffit that I built above that area, so they will be tight up against that flat area. I'm thinking that for dispersion, sticking with RS3's or 7's for the uppers is going to be fine but again, looking for suggestions from those who are running upper front channels. I have loads of things that I can play with for wide L&R's, I just can't imagine that on my wall, that's going to do a whole lot. Thanks in advance for any input.
I've been offered a pair of RF-35's for $250 (trending around $400 on Audiogon BB) plus a SC-5 (no recent Audiogon sales) for another $25. Any thoughts on how these sound in home theater or 2-channel? How would they compare to Heresy (original) or Forte II's? I searched the forums and didn't get any hits on this speaker. Thanks in advance. This forum has been a real help as a newbie to Klipsch!
hello all, Im running a Onkyo Tx-sr805 and I have th epleasure of owning rf-83's, my question is what should i set them at...full range? to a certain HZ like 80hz, i used the calibration mic but i feel as if my rf-83's arent putting out the sound that they can, i am a bass loving kinda of guy and like to feel it if you know what i mean....any help would be a GREAT help, also if anyone is a Receiver expert, should i keep the onlyo tx-sr805 or get the tx-sr636?