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Klipsch RP-600M Bookshelf vs RP-8000f Tower for mains in small home theater with dual subs


TallMartin
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I'm debating between bookshelf speakers on stands (RP-600M) versus towers (RP-8000f) for our home Klipsch theater setup. The room is far from ideal (see a 3D render of it here), but we've managed to get decent sound out of it using acoustic treatments. Usage is 90% movies and 10% music. I'm currently running two subs (an SVS PB-1000 and a PB-2000) and a RC-62 II center. I'm using R-41Ms for the rear surrounds, and RS-42IIs for the sides. My AVR is a Denon AVC-X6400H.
 
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@TallMartin,

 

Welcome to the forum.

 

I do think you could get away with the RP-600Ms in your room with your subs integrated properly.  They sound pretty big for their size.  

 

On the other hand, the RP-8000Fs will edge them out a bit for HT and of course will clearly be better for stereo music.

 

Bill

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