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I am new to this site but here is my system:  Sony UHD tv, RP8000f for L & R, RP405C, SPL 120 sub, Older Velodyne 12 inch sub, front heights are SVS elevation, rear are Klipsch RP150M, mid height are 8 inch ceiling mount.  I just recently jumped in to the Klipsch line after reading all the great reviews.  Klipsch LRC replaced Def Tech LRC.  The change was amazing, we are movie buffs and the dynamics and clarity of the sound are great with the new Klipsch set up.  I went from  having no Klipsch speakers to now owning two sets of towers, two sets of bookshelfs, two centers and just received The Sixes.  I am just impressed with the Klipsch sound.  Sorry, all my pics are bigger than 2MB.

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hello all . New here . I just finished my first room to watch movies . 

 

Projector - full HD JVC-DLA-HD550+

Screen - Stewart Filmscreen - 100" Firehawk G5 

Reciever - Denon x1600h

front - R-28f (pair)

Center - RC-35

Surround- RS-52ii (pair)

Subs - R-12Sw x2 (pair)

 

 

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I love my Klipsch. I had these in the living room for a while before my theater was built and the wife was pissed when I had to move them out into the theater. I put in a set of NHT's and that was a total joke to her. I had to get a set of powered Klipsch bookshelf speakers to appease her till I can get another set of towers. Anyway, here is my theater build. It's basically finished and I have not posted a new video on my channel yet. I did build my own custom Subwoofers. No one manufacturers anything like them.

 

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You can view see the entire build process from the ground up at my youtube channel.

 

Furious Wookiee Home Theater build featuring Klipsch speakers

 

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well since pic i have added the RC-35 center for the dual 6.5" speakers / it was a major improvement . 

I also wanted to try the dolby Atmos  so i got the receiver for a 5.2.2 and i purchased a pair of the   RP-140sa   add ons 

i wanted to try the speaker enabled version since i have 8 foot flat ceilings ... oh boy what a fail pure snake oil lol 

so i sold the pair and ordered a pair  of CDT-3800-CII Ceiling speakers  8" . i should receive them on Tuesday and i will install them on Saturday 

 

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Not my theatre room, just living room.  I have RF-7ii's and RC-64ii for the fronts and RS-3's for the rear. For subs, I have a SVS SB-2000 and an Outlaw x12-Ultra.  The AVR is a Denon x3300w with a 2-channel Parasound  HCA1200ii.  I'm currently looking for an amp to power all 5 channels.

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22 hours ago, mprowland said:

Not my theatre room, just living room.  I have RF-7ii's and RC-64ii for the fronts and RS-3's for the rear. For subs, I have a SVS SB-2000 and an Outlaw x12-Ultra.  The AVR is a Denon x3300w with a 2-channel Parasound  HCA1200ii.  I'm currently looking for an amp to power all 5 channels.

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Are those walnut? They look outstanding in that room.

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