Hifi72 Posted January 24 Share Posted January 24 After seeing a few stellar reviews, I'm considering buying a pair of Klipsch RP600M II for my main listening room and pairing with a Yamaha A-S1200. Before I begin, I know there is a disparity between the price of speakers to amp, but the budget isn't there for new Forte's or Heresy's at the moment, and the used market is pretty scarce locally for the Heritage line leaving my budget options to the 5000F, 6000F II or the 600M II + sub if needed. With the custom builtin shelving unit on the wall there is an 88" wide recess, for stereo and speakers. Considering the size of the room my gut feeling is that the bookshelves is likely the way to go. I'm curious if anyone done similar pairing, and what was your experience over time? I wanted the amp for the looks and lasting build quality but now I'm more concerned with the speakers for performance. I want a fun sound, lively with some good bottom end, something that adds a little body to my favourite records and cds. (classic rock, 80's etc.). The family loves the The Fives in our living room pulling sound bar duty, and it is something we all enjoy with music and movies. Very happy with my PRO-250RPW's in our theatre room as well. Given rest of the house is Klipsch speakers, I'm considering the RP range would be a work for my music room, at least for the time being. I just don't want to buy a floorstand model if oversized and a bookshelf would suffice. Appreciate your thoughts. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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