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06-20-14 01:32 AM
JBrax
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If you put tv15 in the coupon code at acoustic sound design and sound distributors it usually gives you 15% discount.
That's some good info right there!
06-19-14 09:49 PM
chashint
Re: Klipsch RC-64 II

If you put tv15 in the coupon code at acoustic sound design and sound distributors it usually gives you 15% discount.
06-19-14 05:34 PM
JBrax
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I went with the RC-62 mostly because of size. Nothing has changed in that regard, if I put a RC-64 in the hole the RC-62 is in there would be no room for the PS3, the Wii, the hard drive, or the ROKU. But that does not keep me from putting a RC-64 in the shopping cart once in a while and ponder clicking submit order. Sometimes I can think of more ways to spend money than a woman.
That's funny because I had a pair of RF-7's in a cart just last night but didn't pull the trigger.
06-19-14 05:27 PM
B- one
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I went with the RC-62 mostly because of size. Nothing has changed in that regard, if I put a RC-64 in the hole the RC-62 is in there would be no room for the PS3, the Wii, the hard drive, or the ROKU. But that does not keep me from putting a RC-64 in the shopping cart once in a while and ponder clicking submit order. Sometimes I can think of more ways to spend money than a woman.
Looks like you need someone to help you out. Buy it and you will watch more movies.
06-19-14 05:18 PM
chashint
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I went with the RC-62 mostly because of size.
Nothing has changed in that regard, if I put a RC-64 in the hole the RC-62 is in there would be no room for the PS3, the Wii, the hard drive, or the ROKU.
But that does not keep me from putting a RC-64 in the shopping cart once in a while and ponder clicking submit order.
Sometimes I can think of more ways to spend money than a woman.
06-18-14 11:02 PM
JBrax
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Thanks, most of the time I am happy with what I have. Then someone will get a RC-64 or a PB-13 Ultra or a top of the line AVR or almost anything else.... LOL .... and I will start wondering.
I know exactly what you mean but as I said if I was being honest the price jump probably doesn't match the return. I don't in any way regret the purchase but you probably understand what I'm saying. That whole diminishing returns thing.
06-18-14 10:34 PM
chashint
Re: Klipsch RC-64 II

Thanks, most of the time I am happy with what I have.
Then someone will get a RC-64 or a PB-13 Ultra or a top of the line AVR or almost anything else.... LOL .... and I will start wondering.
06-18-14 09:14 PM
JBrax It's definitely a beast of a center channel!
06-18-14 09:04 PM
B- one I usually buy bigger, but I went with rf 63 over the 83 due to weight, there hard to move. I had an Energy setup before and the center was about the size of the rc 62 so the rc. 64 was a no brainer for me when I switched speakers.
06-18-14 08:20 PM
JBrax You are right though I wish I would have just started with the RC-64 II. To be honest I wasn't really sure how far I wanted to go with this but once you catch the bug it's hard to stop. I can say I'm done upgrading with the center channel as this is it but now I'm wondering how much of an upgrade the front L/R would be with RF-7's? I think I'll probably do a projector and screen first but I really wanted to move and have a dedicated room first. The dedicated room and move will have to wait another year to year and a half as I want to finish putting my daughter through college. Also, I was kidding with the fiscally responsible comment and my wife and I are rather aggressive with our retirement savings plan. I'll never let my hobbies affect that.
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