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RS-62's or RS-52's???

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Hey guys, I'm finishing my reference set and currently have the RF-82's and RC-62.

I just went to the local dealer and they have the display models for the RS-62's cheaper than the RS-52's.

Maybe this is a stupid question but should I get the 62's instead of the 52's? I was just worried about how they would blend with the rest of my system. I know that Klipsch pair's the 62's with the bigger reference models and I just thought it would better to stick with what is recommend by them.

Pros and Cons anyone??

Oh and by the way, I listen to everything really LOUD! If that makes a difference between the two.

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First, not a stupid question. The question you don't ask is the stupid one. More bang for the buck, get the 62's. You will have matching tweeters all around and a little more ooomph in the surrounds. Plus if an upgrade to the RF-63's or 83's and RC-64 is in your future, you will already have 2/5ths of the equation. The RS-62's are big(15x14.75x9.75 and 28 pounds), remember the WAF.

Bill

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Thanks guys! Yeah I are noticed how big they are in the store. I'm sure they will look twice as big at home.

Thankfully it's a dedicated room and my wife hates being in the basement so she lounges around upstairs.

So size isn't an issue. But yeah I figured that with the tweeters being the same size everything would be good.

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Oh yeah another thing about the difference. How does the crossover of 2000hz in the 62's and 1700 in the 52's affect the sound?

I understand what it does the frequency but is it something that I would notice? Also is that a higher quality crossover in the 62??

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