Hi, im not sure what your price range would be but this would definitely be more than enough to take the abuse.
I'm with you. How did you overpower and/or damage a center channel?? A WTMW center should have a high sensitivity in the 90dB range, so in most movies even at a high listening level the center shouldn't need more than a few watts to get quite loud.What happened? Most center channel info is not heavy in bass, so I'm surprised you would need that kind of power unless you are trying to reach painful sound levels. Note that you don't need speakers rated to take the full RMS power of your amp or receiver. A little extra power (headroom) is usually a good thing. You just need to be a bit careful about what you do.
I'm sure Klipsch can repair it, but if you can determine the bad component it will save money on shipping (and help prevent cabinet damage).I blew the Klipsch RC-62. I didnt have the center crossed over at all. I just plugged it in. Does Klipsch repair these and do i set the crossover in my receiver or do i need to buy an external one like I have for my subs (Behringer DCX-2496)? I have an Adcom amplifier that does 200 rms at 8 ohms by 5. I want a center that can handle full range, honestly. I dont want to cross anything over.
Where depends on what is wrong with it. Check with the Klipsch service center tomorrow on what they recommend (I imagine they have one being a large corp). Not owning a Klipsch, I wonder if it has any protection in it like a fuse on the back/inside? Perhaps it's under warranty?Where can i get it repaired? I think I am set on small?
Klipsch or your local Klipsch dealer.Where can i get it repaired?
If it is set on "SMALL" then its bass is crossed over and the speaker should not have blown unless something is defective.I think I am set on small?
Ask Klipsch.Is it worth repairing the center channel or do they charge as much as a new center channel to repair it? Is there any way I can just purchase the drivers and install them myself?
Ouch!!I found out its actually my amp thats blown; the adcom gfa-7805 Thanks for all your help!