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  1. Hello, I am a complete noob to Hifi audio world. I need a simple, good audio solution for my approx.15m² (5m x 3m) [16ft x 10ft.] living room. So, the opposite walls will be approx. 2.5m (8.5ft) from the speaker's face. Floor to Ceiling is also 2.5m (8.5ft). I mostly listen to Rock n Roll, Blues Rock music and Arabian Oud Instrumentals. Living in Germany I found these offers, and now confused which one should I buy, 1. r51m for €250 a pair 2. rb61 ii for €378 a pair 3. rp160m for €368 a pair I have already bought a Wiim Amp as a simple Amp and Streamer Solution for €349. Mostly I listen over Spotify, so a network streamer with Spotify connect is a must for me. I am very tight on budget. So, I will not be buying a Subwoofer any time soon. Looking forward to the kind suggestions from this community. Thanks in Advance
  2. So basically, I have a front 3 system of Klipsch Rb 61ii and then an Rc 62ii, and even in 2 channel, the voices do not seem to come from the center, but from the right speaker. ive measured them out, both toed in the same. and ive done the room correction with my receiver. and everything seems fine, same distance, and same output decibels. Is my speaker damaged? should i go to klipsch for help? i also have an rw-12D crossed over at 80 hz, and i have tried a different amp to see if that was the issue, and the results were even worse. Its ben like this for the year or so that ive owned them.
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