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Pairing RC-64iii with RF-7ii

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No nothing but sweet dialogs awsome sound accommodating your rf-7ii can't go wrong great matching pair and you'll be a step ahead for future upgrades for your r-7iii

Dubs, I also confirmed this klipsch and the authorized dealer whom I purchased it from. This set up match great

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IMHO, matching the center to the mains is over rated.

I am running a R25C with RF7II's and absolutely love the sound in HT usage!

The R25c cannot go as loud as the RF7's but they don't seem to need to.

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1 minute ago, dross said:

I am running a R25C with RF7II's and absolutely love the sound in HT usage!

Really?  Entirely different crossover, drivers and tweeter and it sounds fantastic?  I can't wait to hear your thoughts if you ever jump to the RC-64 II.  ;)  To each his own.  Most important thing is if it sounds good to your ears.  I can't imagine enjoying that combination myself.  It's not even a matter of which can go louder....

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19 minutes ago, Youthman said:

I can't imagine enjoying that combination myself.

 

Try it, you might be surprised.

 

As I've stated before, I'm no audiophile. I probably don't catch all the nuances and differences that some of you do, but they sound good to me.

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13 minutes ago, dross said:

Try it, you might be surprised.

I'm definitely not an audiophile either but my spidey senses tell me the R25C isn't going to perform very well in my setup.

 

Michael-Stevens-La-Scala-Home-Theater-Bu

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Youth, Only the K horns will sound good with your setup, haha

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The LaScalas actually would sound better than Khorns in my setup since the horn on the Khorns would be entirely too high and cannot be angled downward like I have done with the LaScalas.

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20 minutes ago, Youthman said:

The LaScalas actually would sound better than Khorns in my setup since the horn on the Khorns would be entirely too high and cannot be angled downward like I have done with the LaScalas.

Flip the khorns upside down! 

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That is pretty funny.   I actually have considered doing that with my LaScalas instead of angling them downward

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Not sure if the post is legit, but I saw a pair of Khorns for 2200 on CL, in West Palm Beach, FL worth the price?

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On 3/15/2018 at 3:35 PM, dross said:

 

Try it, you might be surprised.

 

As I've stated before, I'm no audiophile. I probably don't catch all the nuances and differences that some of you do, but they sound good to me.

Enjoy the sounds, it only matters how it sounds to you.

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