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  1. Hey everyone. I have a menagerie of speakers and am trying to slowly get them all Klipsch, as budget allows. I am having a problem with my right rear RS-62 II speaker but only when playing movies when there is a really sudden loud burst event. It pops and sounds like someone upstairs stepping really hard on the floor (and makes for an amazing realistic effect IF a movie has that happen lol) Being a minor audiophile I have tried to keep a decent round about system with limited funds. Can you please offer comments on my system and help me fix this problem, I would really appreciate it. Receiver: Onkyo AV Receiver 7.1 TX-SR805 130 watts x 7 into 8 ohms (20-20,000 Hz) at 0.05% THD 24-Bit/96kHz A/D, 24-Bit/192kHz D/A Fronts: Athena Technologies WS-100 / 50-20kHz + 3dB / 200w Center: Atlantic Technology / Compact Theater Two Center Resp. 55Hz – 20kHz / 150w Rear: Klipsch RS-62 II / Resp. 50Hz-24KHz +3dB / 150w RMS / 600w Peak Sub: Atlantic Technology / Compact Theater Two PBM 150w RMS 20-180Hz +3dB / Peak 105 dB I am going to replace my center with a RP-250C speaker next, btw.
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