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Hi!

 

I am a happy Klipsch RF 7 ii owner for 5 years now.

 

Now i am thinking on a serious upgrade to Klipsch Cornwall 4.

 

I will use them for Music & Movies.

 

My room is absolut 20 square meters.

Is this an good upgrade?

 

 

 

Best regards.

Jonas.

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You'll definitely have more midrange detail. 

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On 8/2/2020 at 7:29 PM, Cornwall-Sweden said:

Hi!

 

I am a happy Klipsch RF 7 ii owner for 5 years now.

 

Now i am thinking on a serious upgrade to Klipsch Cornwall 4.

 

I will use them for Music & Movies.

 

My room is absolut 20 square meters.

Is this an good upgrade?

 

 

 

Best regards.

Jonas.

If you can keep them between 6 and 15 feet apart , it should sound very good. I keep my IIIs about 8 feet apart and close to the walls and corners. You can adjust the amount of bass you want by the distance from the wall and corners.

 

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You may upgrate your RF7 MK II , than you don´t need the CW4 . :rolleyes:

 

 

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On 8/2/2020 at 7:29 PM, Cornwall-Sweden said:

Hi!

 

I am a happy Klipsch RF 7 ii owner for 5 years now.

 

Now i am thinking on a serious upgrade to Klipsch Cornwall 4.

well the CW4  , owners rave about the speaker  , but in the same token ,the  Klipsch RF 7 ii  could be used as rear speakers ---but on it's own , the CW4 will be vocally and tonally a very serious enhancement , and , on par with the AL5  -

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19 hours ago, RandyH000 said:

well the CW4  , owners rave about the speaker  , but in the same token ,the  Klipsch RF 7 ii  could be used as rear speakers ---but on it's own , the CW4 will be vocally and tonally a very serious enhancement , and , on par with the AL5  -

I think that for a 20 square meter room, the RF 7 MK II is already oversized. This should be just as appropriate for the CW4.

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21 hours ago, RandyH000 said:

well the CW4  , owners rave about the speaker  , but in the same token ,the  Klipsch RF 7 ii  could be used as rear speakers ---but on it's own , the CW4 will be vocally and tonally a very serious enhancement , and , on par with the AL5  -

I can't accept that. A friend of mine owns the CW4 and the AL5 . He told me that the two have different sound signatures, both are great speakers but in the end the AL5 plays much better than the CW4.

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Well I can heartily recommend the CW IV. You won't be sorry.

 

Shakey 

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