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JBrax 06-13-14 06:13 PM

Klipsch RC-64 II
 

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Upgrade bug struck after I added my second SVS PB-12NSD sub. Here is my newest addition and this thing is massive!


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JBrax 06-13-14 06:31 PM

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B- one 06-13-14 06:44 PM

I suggest after breaking it in crank up the final bank robbery in Heat. The gun shots are awesome ;).

JBrax 06-13-14 06:47 PM

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B- one wrote: (Post 793762)
I suggest after breaking it in crank up the final bank robbery in Heat. The gun shots are awesome ;).

I'll keep that one in mind. I've got a bunch I plan on revisiting. I need a new tv riser now. This thing feels very sturdy and I wonder if it would be ok to just put my LCD on top of it?

JBrax 06-13-14 06:49 PM

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This is the current setup.


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tonyvdb 06-13-14 06:54 PM

Re: Klipsch RC-64 II
 

I don't see why that can't support a tv on top of it. Did you sell your other centre yet? My rc 52 is doing me ok but I would like to upgrade also.

JBrax 06-13-14 06:57 PM

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tonyvdb wrote: (Post 793802)
I don't see why that can't support a tv on top of it. Did you sell your other centre yet? My rc 52 is doing me ok but I would like to upgrade also.

I have not sold it yet. :)

B- one 06-13-14 07:34 PM

It's not advised by klipsch to put your tv on the speaker. But a great excuse to upgrade if it fell!:devil: We had a stand made as the F-8500 was much longer and I didn't want to have any issues after buying it and having it calibrated it was almost $4000.

B- one 06-13-14 07:35 PM

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Forgot the pic nothing fancy but it works.

JBrax 06-13-14 07:43 PM

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B- one wrote: (Post 793858)
Forgot the pic nothing fancy but it works.

I'm not looking for anything fancy just functional. Something like that would work just fine for me. A buddy made my current tv riser/box for me but he was hesitant to do the same design due to the length of the new center. I'll show him yours for ideas.


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