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Getting 3 Klipsch RF-7IIs

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Going to be using 70% blu-ray/30% music. I have a 7.1 setup and had 3 Aperion 6Ts across the front and sold them. Just cannot wait to get the 7s and set them up. What can I expect with 3 across the front. Hopefully this will end my speaker purchasing for a long time. I was thinking of B & W CM9 lines for the front or JTR 12HTs. I will post pictures this coming week.

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Thats Awesome....

I Have The new RF-7II with RC-64II and it sounds amazing. I could only imagine what 3 would sound like. Let us know.....

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What can I expect with 3 across the front

With the right amp(s), they should drive you right out of the room. Congrats on your purchase.

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Yeah I am getting excited. I currently have a PB 13 Ultra and 4 Aperions 5 series for surrounds. What

would be 4 good surrounds to pair them with and Timbre matched by Klipsch? I have a Denon 3808CI

and a Emotiva XPA-3 to run the towers. The 4 surrounds are wall mounted. Thanks

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would be 4 good surrounds to pair them with and Timbre matched by Klipsch

The RS-7 was made to match the RF-7. For the rears, use an RB"?. I would check with Klipsch to see what they recommend for use with the RF-7II.

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Congrats! Very cool. [Y]

Rarely hear of three 7s for a front stage, and here it's the newest model. Tell us what you think when they are set up.

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I Have the RB-81II and they sound amazing and when i want to have a movie night i bring my RF-25 towers up for 7.1 and then the fun beggins. I think sticking with any of the new RFII would be your best bet. and I would definatly go with the RS-62II. They are made to be wall mounted where other Klipsch speakers are not made to be mounted directly to a wall.Enjoy

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Man...absolutely beautiful. Love the look of those three staring at ya. Bet it sounds amazing.

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Grilles on....I have a couple cats

I'm sure they appreciate the new scratching posts[:P].

They look great BTW!

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How does having 3 Towers compare to having 2 Towers and a center. The cost is slightly more for the 3 Towers, but aren't the center channels designed for the dialog portion of Movies.

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When I had my Aperion front stage 6Ts and 6C I came across this article and did some research on my

own. http://forum.blu-ray.com/speakers/89614-horizontal-center-channel-speakers-why-they-should-avoided.html and it did sound better having 3 matching speakers.

If you do not have room then get a horizontal. To my ears 3 perfectly matched speakers sound better. really a seamless front stage.

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Nice purchase! I have a friend that purchased those Aperion's and then I got my 7's and the look on his face when he came over and heard them for the first time was shocking when I played some of his favorite cd's.

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Going to start with 2 RS-62IIs for a 5.1 and if that sounds alright I will not worry about the back 2-but I do have wires ran back there. May put up 2 RB-81IIs to make a 7.1.

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