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  1. Okay so this is my first post here - I have gone into the rabbit hole, and can't seem to find my way back up! I have a 13' W X 28'L X 7'H room that I am doing a 7.2.4 System in First row is 9.6' Feet from the TV and the second Row is 12.6' from the TV I am looking at the RP8000F's for the towers (unless trump sends me more money then I will go with the RF 7 III's!) and the RP504C for the center Channel (Again please Mr Trump send me more money so I can get the RF 64 III Center) Surrounds are either R-5600-S II , R-5800-S-W II or Pro-180RPW (I have cutouts for the Surrounds at 9.6' cause lets be honest that's the row I will be sitting in - so all Atmos / in-ceiling was calculated on this viewing distance) Atmos is either (4) CDT-5800-C II or the Pro-180 RPC's and because I don't have a good location for Rear towers or book shelves I was thinking of either the CDT-5800C II or the PRO-18RPC LCR's in Ceiling I have tried to future proof as well with the eventual addition of a mid or Center Rears and Atmos - so I guess that would be a 8.2.6? and or additional Surrounds (making it a 10.2.6?) Just not sure if the upgrade to the Pro's is worth it for the Atmos? - Also the Pro's don't seem to have adjustable Tweeter, and Woofer Angle? (And I am not really in love with the Look of the Pro's in ceilings without the grills - but the cinematic sound is more important) and the Subs will be SPL-120 or 150's (hey there is a sale going on!) This will all be powered with a Marantz SR8012 And an Emotiva XPA GEN3 Six-0 to power /bi-amp the fronts (and future ready for the RF7 III's and RF64 III's) *And my wife already complains when I have just my iPhone playing in the basement, so this will ensure I can't hear her but I am sure she will love watching movies there
  2. Hello everyone, I am completely new to Home Theater systems but am just planning to upgrade as we’ve just renovated the front room. I am using a Denon AVR-X2300W receiver, have a fairly large room (6.15m x 6.15m x 2.35m) and am looking for a 7.1 surround sound system. Probably have a budget of £5000 maximum but wouldn’t mind getting speakers and sub and adding 2 later if this is advisable to get better sound quality with my current budget. I was was thinking about Klipsch Reference Premiere, something like the option below I’ve seen on another post but would like any advice possible.. KLIPSCH RP-8000F as front speakers KLIPSCH RP-504C as center KLIPSCH RP-600M as rear speakers KLIPSCH RP-500SA as side speakers KLIPSCH SPL-120 as subwoofer Look forward to any guidance and advice from more knowledgeable people. Thanks, avnewb
  3. Hi - I am new to this community as I am planning to buy my first Klipsch speakers Very very excited!!! The issue I have is to whether go with the RP280F or buy the latest updated version of RP8000F series. Has anyone demoed both these amazing speakers before? I had a demo yesterday for 8000F and they sound amazing (literally blew me out) and very detailed sound but not sure if 280F will sound the same as I haven't heard them before. Any advice would be appreciated. Klipsch RP-8000F + RP-402S + RP-504C + Klipsch SPL-120 or Klipsch RP280-F + RP450C + R112SW + RP240S [very less stock in the UK and might get for a much less price 😀]
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