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  1. Hello everyone. After a reshuffle of furniture, I reconnected and booted up my Klipsch Premiere Wireless system again. I have a setup existing of 4 shelf speakers, standing next to my TV and behind my couch, and one subwoofer. Currently, the speakers behind me only produce sound when set to SIDE. However, from a position perspective, they are more REAR. From what I remember from my old setup, they were always set to rear and produced sound. They even "mirrored" stereo sound from music (Network stream, Spotify). My questions that I need help with: Do I lose out on sound when my speakers are set to SIDE instead of REAR? Should the speakers behind me, be set to SIDE or REAR in a 4.1 setup? How do I get the speakers behind me to "mirror" stereo sound? Thank you very much! Willem
  2. Hi, I own a REFERENCE PREMIERE HD WIRELESS 7.2 SYSTEM. Once in a while i loose connection between my HD Wireless Control Center and my speakers. The only think I can do is to scan for new speakers to solve the problem. This is really annoying. I have contacted the retailer. They say I must return the system to their repair shop. But now I'm thinking is this a know issue and Is there a fix for this problem? Can it be that my and my neibhours 5ghz wifi interfer with my system? If so. Can I do something about it? To disable 5ghz is NOT an option for me and anyway are my close neighbours using 5ghz wifi as well. Regards PWJOKS
  3. Slimjim39027

    WTB: RP-250C and/or RP-150/160M EBONY

    Looking to add to my current setup, and I want to stay in the Premiere line. If anyone has the RP-250C or the RP-150M/160M for sale, please let me know and lets talk a price! Thanks in advance! -Craig
  4. RP-450C has followings: Crossover frequency: 500Hz/1500Hz Frequency Response:58-25kHz; Does it mean: 1. Tweeter's Frequency range (1500Hz ~ 25kHz) 2. Inner 2 woofers' frequency range (500Hz ~ 1500Hz) 3. Outer 2 woofers' frequency range (58Hz ~ 500Hz) As illustrated in the attached photo. And do Voice/dialogue frequencies handled by inner woofers only ?
  5. I did a full MCACC Pro calibration after properly placing all speakers (5.1 setup), the Pioneer AV receiver detected surround sound speakers (RP-250S) as a large tower speaker ! Should I keep the setting for these surround speakers Large as calibrated or change it to Small manually? I know the RP-250S is strong and has deep bass. Need your opinions
  6. Hi guys! this my first post on this forum; I bought 5 days back a home theater 5.1 Setup with Klipsch reference premiere speakers (RP-280F, RP450CA, RP-250S & R-115SW) and A/V receiver is Pioneer Elite SC-LX901. I am glad that I purchased Klipsch speakers; they are amazing. I never heard such a natural sound like these speakers as well as the heavy bass of the sub-woofer. I bought Pioneer SC-LX901 so that I will upgrade my home theater after one your to Dolby Atmos 5.1.4 Setup. now my only concern is Do Pioneer SC-LX901 is best choice for these speakers since these speakers required 150W while the receiver is 140 W/ch (8 ohms, 20 Hz-20 kHz, THD 0.08 %, 2ch Driven FTC) Please Advice me !
  7. For Sale Pair of Klipsch Synergy Series Permiere KSP-6S White, Rear Surround Speakers, Like Brand New, Asking $400.00 Call Ken at 586-255-8962 or email me at ssieng2001@yahoo.com for more information. Can ship at actual cost or local pick up in the Rochester Hills, MI area.
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