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Hi Everyone I just bought the below set of speakers and receiver, my receiver is only 100Watt. Should i buy a new receiver or should i get an amplifier. Please provide suggestions on wringing and placement of the speakers as well please. Receiver: TSR-700 7.1-channel AV Receiver with 8K HDMI KLIPSCH RP280FA DOLBY ATMOS FRONT SPKR (2) KLIPSCH RP-150M REFERENCE PREM.,CHERRY KLIPSCH R-112SW 12" POWERED SUB CHERRY KLIPSCH RP-440C REFERENCE PREM.,CHERRY KLIPSCH RP-140SA REFR PREM.ATMOS,BK Appreciate your patience and help Thank you
Anybody interested in a "modern" 5 channel, bi-amped, Heritage Home Theater setup with matching walnut rack and MiniDSP? I have mine up on Audiogon: https://www.audiogon.com/listings/full-range-klipsch-heritage-home-theater-2016-10-16-speakers-48114-brighton-mi It's a great system but it's time to downsize.
Hello, New here and looking for advice. My family is building a new home and we are going to put a home theater in it. We are thinking of putting some money into the behind the wall stuff for now. When the house is done start off lower on the cost side of things and build it us as budget allows over time. We are looking at setting it up for 7.2.4 Atmos Dolby sound. Room will be used for movies and maybe sports/tv during parties. The room is 13 feet wide and 20.5 feet long and 9.75 foot ceilings for the most part. We are having two risers built in the back to lift couches/seating. Wanted to see if the 7 speakers and 4 ceiling speakers people think is too much for a room that size? If so would you get rid of the rear speakers, ceiling speakers, one set of ceiling, or rear and ceiling? What speaker/sub combination would everyone recommend. We had Klipsch 5.1 in an old house and we loved it so I would like to go with Klipsch again. I don't have a recieiver or anything picked out yet. Like I said some of the room might get pieced together as we move into the house and over time. Thanks in advance, Patrick