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Here is the deal, as I just got the theater room completed with my Marantz SR6011 I had the following speakers: 1. R28F Fronts 2. R25C Center 3. R15M Surround 4. R14M Back 5. R12SW For our anniversary, my wife got me the following 1. RP280F (these will be my new fronts) 2. RP450CA (my new center) 3. SW112 (This will be my 2nd subwoofer) I had originally gotten the Klipsch system at Best Buy on Black Friday for half off. Though I liked them, I always stated how I would really like the RP line, but didn’t think anything about it. I guess my wife listened, and got what she could for me. Now. I really would like in time to upgrade them all, but until then how would you suggest to move them around, and get your suggestions. Here is what I was thinking. 1. Replace the R15M Surround with the R28F 2. Replace the R14M with the R15M 3. Make the R14M front Height speakers 4. Move the new R112SW to the opposite corner of the room (make them diagonal of each other) BTW how well do you think the RS6011 will play with the new speakers? Enough power, etc. I haven't made any changes yet... I will re-run Audyssey® Thank you to my wife for the dilemma Thank you, fellow members, for the kind insight.
Greetings. Apologies in advance for my first post being a question. I've spent most the day on the forum researching and have all but made myself dizzy trying to understand hz ranges and crossover frequencies which leads me to my question. I have a completely all new setup replacing an outdated system. I currently have the R26 floors, R25 center, R15 surrounds, and 1 R10 Sub hooked to an Onkyo TX-NR656 receiver. Originally I ran the AccuEQ that came with it, but wasn't happy with the output. I checked the settings and it had the crossovers all over the place and the speaker distances were way off so I went to manual mode. According to receiver specs the available range is 40Hz-200Hz for all but the sub. The sub has a range of 80Hz-120Hz. All decibel levels are set at 0. I'm really not a dumb person, but for the life of me I can't wrap my head around frequency ranges and crossovers, etc. Most of the use will be for tv and movies as well as some occasional music, maybe 10% of the time. Anyone willing to offer a newbie to AV some layman understanding as well as maybe some settings to try. I do know that with the Onkyo on the setup screen says to set floors to "full range", but is that always best? Anyhow, thanks in advance!