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Hi, this is my first post to the community. I currently have a Denon AVR x2300w, with Klipsch R-14m L/R fronts and a Klipsch R-100SW 10". The R-14m's with R-100sw 10” sub are just too lacking for 2 channel music. I always expected to upgrade them when I bought them on sale. They can be a little harsh at even mid volume. I like a mix of music but def old and new rock, blues, electronic. Soft and Loud. I like mid-high volume typically. System is in a room 11x20. So i sit facing the long wall about 9-10 feet back. I am trying to decide between RP-5000 and RP-6000, or possible RP-600m and will continue to use the sub. I’m also interested in the RP-250f or RP-260f, since they are at a discount now and seem to to be similar, though I haven’t heard any of them. I think I’d prefer the floor standers. I have a center r-250c, and plan to use the R-14’s as tear surrounds for movies , or 2 channel in my office above my desk. I mostly stream hi res on Qobuz, and listen to vinyl utilizing the pure direct mode, so no processing just speaker placement and crossovers. Any input would be much appreciated. Thanks.
Hi All, I am planning to book Klipsch RP 5.1.2 home theater systems which has 1. RP 260F - Left and Right 2. RP 440C - Center 3. RP 240S - Sorrounds 4. R 112 SW - Sub 5. DS 160CDT - ceiling 6. Marantz SR 6012 I have attached the pic of the living room(which is on first floor), What do you think about the config for the room? There are couple of challenges in this room, looking for some inputs please; 1. The problem is the placement of surround speakers, esp left surround speaker. There is no wall on the left side of the living room but on the right, I have wall to keep the R-surround. 2. Since there is no wall on the left side, I am planning to use curtains because I don't like to close it out with sliding doors. I am not sure whether it reduce the sound level. Please help.