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Building a HT (on a budget) with RF-82 Mk1 as main speakers


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Hi,

 

I have just bought a pair of brand new RF-82 Mk1. (My first Klipsch ever, in fact :) ) They are on sale in my country, for about 600USD (pair). Just for pricereference the RP-280F Premiere speakers cost 1500USD (pair) and the R-28F cost 1200USD (pair).

For the price given in my country, I think it is a quite fair deal?

 

If so, I would like to build a 5.1.2 Atmos system with the RF-82 Mk1 as main speakers. I am on a lookout for a matching center. Which one could you recommend for me?

I can buy: R-25C, RP-250C, RP-440C - in my country that are within my budget.
The same for matching subwoofer and surrounds?

 

My HT room is 13 x 18 feet.

 

I am also looking for a suitable surround receiver with Atmos.

I have looked at Marantz SR6010 or Denon AVR-X3200W

 

 

Hope that you can help me in the right directions.

 

Best regards

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Slkdk,

 

Welcome to the forum.

 

What country do you live in? 

 

It is cool that you could still buy a pair of RF-82s Mk1(Ref IV).  I would do an exhaustive search for an RC-62 Mk1 or RC-62 MkII first then go from there.  I will let others chime in on which of your mentioned center choices would be best.

 

I think either the Denon or Marantz AVRs you mentioned will be fine but don't limit your choices to just those brands.  Yamaha and Onkyo have nice offerings also.

 

Bill

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Hi Willand and thank you :)

 

I live in Denmark, Europe. I will try to find RC-62 but it won't be easy though :)

 

Could you recommend Yamaha or Onkyo receiver for my usage, that is budget friendly, have Atmos, can power my RF-82s etc?

Best regards

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I live in Denmark, Europe.

 

That is cool.

 

I will try to find RC-62 but it won't be easy though

 

I am sure a tough task but would be better matched with your 82s.

 

Could you recommend Yamaha or Onkyo receiver for my usage, that is budget friendly, have Atmos, can power my RF-82s etc?

 

Look for the Yamaha and Onkyo models with the same features in the same price range.

 

Bill 

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