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  1. I’m wondering which RP line of towers would specifically have the most timbre match with my RP-150ms that I’m running as surrounds? Currently for fronts I have the r-610fs which surprisingly sounded the most timbre-matched with the 150m’s than the 600m’s which I ended up gifting to my brother. The 600m’s had a significant amount of upper bass which made male voices sound deep, which isn’t bad at all (great for dialogue) but I prefer less upper bass for music, more of the beautiful upper midrange that Klipsch is known to bring out with female vocals as an example. Both the r-610f’s and the rp-150m’s sounded absolutely incredible and similar in that regard. I can also tell there’s more free treble detail inherent with the rp’s, and the bass also sounds more “accurate” to me. Which rp tower has this without the exemplified upper bass that the 600m has? Thank you.
  2. I have now been trying to find this noise for about a year and I can't seem to find a solid answer. When I am sitting in idle or will any other time really I can hear my fan click on through my stereo I also get a loud thunking noise from my RCA jacks when I unplug them or plug them in. I've been told a ground loop I've I've got three amps all of which are individually grounded to something on the car the chassis I just did all that and the noise is still there I don't know what else to do somebody says get a filter while I want to know what the problem is though there's a reason it's clicking like when I hear the fan kick on I can hear it tick.. sometimes I'll hear my turn signal like just click on it won't I don't hear it continuously but that's sometimes can anybody please help me it's driving me insane.
  3. Thinking of thinning the stock in the basement and moving to K-Horns, what is your opinion on which pair should be let go?
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