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post #231 of 467 Old 10-31-14, 04:20 PM
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Re: Official Klipsch Owners Thread

Frontal pic didn't turn out too well due to the lighting on my Canon (I broke my Samsung phone I used for the first) but it looks the same as the back, everything is solid black. Subs are also behind the seat now which sounds better and is less cluttersome. RF-7ii's up front, RC-64ii, side and rear surrounds are the RS-62, subs are the new R-115SW. Atmos is about to go live with four Klipsch 8" coaxes in the ceiling. Highs are powered by a Marantz SR-7009. Have not integrated it beyond simply being a toy but off to the sides there are two 18" UltiMax's in sealed boxes powered by an iNuke 6000. Seats are Magnolia's covered in phantom black fabric, they have since increased in price a whole hell of a bunch.




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Any one know of any major differences between the rf-82 and the rc-82ii's. I bought the r-28fs on Black Friday but was not impressed. So I picked up a older set of the 82's for the same price..

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Any one know of any major differences between the rf-82 and the rc-82ii's. I bought the r-28fs on Black Friday but was not impressed. So I picked up a older set of the 82's for the same price..

Front is
Center- cadence for now
Mains-klipsch rf-82
Rear-cdt 5800
Subs are custom built pushed by a crown xls 1500
Onkyo tx sr 806
60" lg plasma
I supposed you are referring to RF-82 II and not RC-82 II (center channel). The R-28F is a series lower than the RF-82 II. I think it is meant to replace the Synergy series.

As for the difference between the old RF-82 and the current RF-82 II, it says re-engineered drivers and a new crossover system. I have only heard the RF-82 but not the RF-82 II. Thus, can't comment on the improvement.
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post #234 of 467 Old 12-08-14, 06:32 AM
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Yeah the rf not the rc. I see the cones on the woofers are different than the ii's. Not sure Bout the crossover
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So I bought the r-28f's and was not impressed. As soon as I got them I found a older set of rf-82's on eBay and picked those up and wow I'm glad I did.. The sound awesome. Now I need my center channel and I'll be all set up.
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Re: Official Klipsch Owners Thread

Can you guys give me your thoughts on using a pair of CDT-3650-C-IIs as rear speakers for my setup? I'm currently running with a pair of GoldenEar Triton Twos for the fronts (no center speaker) with GoldenEar SuperSat 3s for the sides.

I had a installer come out the other day to give me a quote to conceal all my cables and wiring in the ceilings and walls. He suggested replacing the SuperSats with the Klipschs in the ceiling. The way the room is laid out, the SuperSats on their stands are kind of in the way of things. However, I think it may be possible to mount the SuperSats on the walls, if so, then I may have the CDT-3650-C-IIs installed anyway to upgrade from 4 speakers to 6.

Anyway, I just wanted to see what you all had to say about using the Klipsch's as side or rear speakers.
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I run the cdt 5800's and they are awesome. I would recommend
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Finally got to hear the rc62ii, and wow it has amazing sound!!
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Anyone here upgrade from RF-62 II's or 82's to the RF-7 II's? What are your thoughts on the difference in sound?
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Finally got to hear the rc62ii, and wow it has amazing sound!!
Yes, it certainly does. Very full and engaging sound.
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