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yolayoe

New Member Here with RP Line 7.1.2

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Hi everyone,

I was looking 1 months ago for a decent small-medium HT speakers for my leaving room. Got the RP Line for my 7.1.2 Atmos experience. :wub2:  

Reference Premier Speakers powered with Denon X6200W. 7.1.2 Setup.

 

2) RP-280F Reference Premiere Floorstanding Speakers.
1) RP-450C Reference Premiere Center Channel Speaker.
2) RP-250S Reference Premiere Surround Speakers. 
2) RP-160M Reference Premiere Monitor Speakers.
1) R-112SW Subwoofer.
2) in ceilling CDT-5800-C II.

 

Here are some pictures, I still need to find a good way to put the center speakers under the TV without compromise TV high and look. Works fine over there, but I will like to check if is really any difference. Also is tilted down to my ear level.

I'm really satisfy with klipsch speakers quality.  :emotion-21:

 

 

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Welcome to the forum!  You are off to a great start.  Enjoy! :)

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Very nice setup, you should not have a problem setting the tv on the rp-460-C.  I have an RC-35 with a 60" tv on top of it, I put a protective cover on top of the center and set the tv on top.

 

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Looks good congrats

 

 

Welcome to the forum!  You are off to a great start.  Enjoy! :)

 

 

Welcome….sweet setup.

 

 

Very nice!  Welcome to the madness...

 

Dave

 

Thanks guys  :)

Very nice setup, you should not have a problem setting the tv on the rp-460-C.  I have an RC-35 with a 60" tv on top of it, I put a protective cover on top of the center and set the tv on top.

 

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Yes, I tied that and  I had two issues. TV went to high and the stand came out too much. I need to find a lower and shorter stand. :(

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Will this crossover setup be fine on my speakers. They are rated from 32-58hz lows frequencies. 

 

LFE
SUB = 120hz or lower.
Fronts = 60hz Rated 32-2500hz
Center = 80hz
Surround = 80hz
Surround back = 60-80hz Rated 45-2500hz
Atmos = 90-100hz

Music plays most of the time in Stereo

Will be any low frequencies overlap or hole as people says?

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Possibility. Your ears will tell you what they like. I cross mine all the same. 80. To avoid any chance of cancelation.

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Welcome to the forum! The RP line is a great choice!

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Yolayoe,

 

Your new Klipsch setup looks great.  Very nice and clean install.

 

TV went to high and the stand came out too much.

 

 

I can that might a problem but to too bad.

 

I need to find a lower and shorter stand.

 

Maybe, but could you wall mount with a retracting bracket and lower or tilt the center speaker down a bit more?

 

Also, have you considered raising your side surrounds about 12 inches to put them more in line with your rear surrounds?  Just a thought.

 

Bill

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Yolayoe,

 

Your new Klipsch setup looks great.  Very nice and clean install.

 

 

 

TV went to high and the stand came out too much.

 

 

I can that might a problem but to too bad.

 

 

 

I need to find a lower and shorter stand.

 

Maybe, but could you wall mount with a retracting bracket and lower or tilt the center speaker down a bit more?

 

Also, have you considered raising your side surrounds about 12 inches to put them more in line with your rear surrounds?  Just a thought.

 

Bill

 

Thanks, :)

I was thinking the same with wall mount retracting bracket but my back wall is about 35" from the tv and that far/weight's TV will be hard to find one. Need to be a heavy duty one. :wacko: 

 

About the side surround, I agree with you. I was impatient to do the setup and that stand high was the only one available at Magnolia/bestbuy. Will look for a higher one in the future or I could lower the back surround a bit. I wish I had a left side wall to mount them. I just can mount the right side. :(

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Will this crossover setup be fine on my speakers. They are rated from 32-58hz lows frequencies. 

 

LFE

SUB = 120hz or lower.

Fronts = 60hz Rated 32-2500hz

Center = 80hz

Surround = 80hz

Surround back = 60-80hz Rated 45-2500hz

Atmos = 90-100hz

Music plays most of the time in Stereo

Will be any low frequencies overlap or hole as people says?

klipsch manual states for those ceiling speakers to cross them over at 150hz.. I have mine set to 160 hz as that is what my avr allows. 

for the side surrounds at ear height when seated is what should be used for atmos.. the rear surrounds can be higher but not more than half the height of the wall..

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Will this crossover setup be fine on my speakers. They are rated from 32-58hz lows frequencies. 

 

LFE

SUB = 120hz or lower.

Fronts = 60hz Rated 32-2500hz

Center = 80hz

Surround = 80hz

Surround back = 60-80hz Rated 45-2500hz

Atmos = 90-100hz

Music plays most of the time in Stereo

Will be any low frequencies overlap or hole as people says?

klipsch manual states for those ceiling speakers to cross them over at 150hz.. I have mine set to 160 hz as that is what my avr allows. 

for the side surrounds at ear height when seated is what should be used for atmos.. the rear surrounds can be higher but not more than half the height of the wall..

 

 

My AVR set them at 90hz. I have them from 90-120hz. They can handle lows so don't need to be that high. I like thunderstorm with some bass.

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