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Hey everyone, so I bought a used RC-25 center speaker and after some initial testing, it sounds awful. It’s connected to a Denon AVR-X2300W. I bought it to to upgrade from a R-25C but, the treble is really weak. I adjusted a bunch of Audyssey and manual adjustments on the receiver but, the treble is just lacking. I’ll Redo the entire Audyssey calibration tomorrow but, I have a feeling something else is wrong. Maybe a blown tweeter? Also, I shined some light into the front ports and it looks like foam is stuffed in the back and essentially blocking the ports. That shouldn’t be there right? I’m guessing someone did that to reduce low frequency vibration. However, I wouldn’t think that would effect the highs. Let me know your thoughts. Thanks.
Hey everyone, I just joined and I’m hoping for center channel advice. I currently have the following set up: Denon AVR-X2300W receiver R-25C center R-28F front left and right speakers R-10SW sub Mirage Nanosat surrounds I’m looking to upgrade my center channel since I feel the voices are sometimes overpowered by the front left and right speakers. I can pickup a RC-25 speaker locally for $50, which has a titanium tweeter. Should I give that speaker a try? How important is timber matching? What are your suggestions? Thanks
Hi all, I'm a newbie here at the Klipsch forum and have a fairly dumb question for everyone. I currently have a pair of RB25 (good enough for me for a relatively small condo living room) and am looking to add a center speaker to it. My first instinct is to match it with the RC25 but this seems very difficult to find, and from what I've seen in this forum it is usually reserved for the RF25. There is the newer R25C but I'm trying to keep everything in the same lineage. There are obviously other models that I can consider (e.g., RC52 I & II) but I don't believe they match as well. Can anyone kindly provide some suggestions as to what I should purchase? I have an older Sony receiver but it has been a solid performer (110W/channel at 8 ohm; 20-20,000 Hz) and I'll never go full power (of even half for that matter) Thanks in advance.