- May 29, 2006
Will do, I own that one and plan in ordering the concert for George Blu as well as the 25th rock and roll hall of fame concert. Also have the dark side of the moon sacd.
The RB-81's woofer is 8 inches, the RC-62 center channel's woofers are 6.5 inches, and the RS-52 surround's woofers are 5.25 inches.
Klipsch offers a noteworthy refinement in the center-channel speaker. Only one woofer operates all the way up the midrange to the tweeter crossover. The other one operates solely at low frequencies. This makes the center more of a 2.5-way design than a two-way. More importantly, it defeats the cancellation effect that occurs in dual-woofer designs where both woofers operate through the same frequency range. I wish more manufacturers would follow suit—conventional horizontal center-speaker design is the key weakness of most of the products I review.
I don't consider myself an audiophile either. But that's exactly why I think it is very important for us to make our own decisions, rather than follow suggestions from some audiophiles.elwaylite said:Well, I guess to oversimplify it, Im not an audiophile by any means. I just like to watch action movies loud, and I want my boom and bang to sound good
John Kotches said:aside from the room, speakers are the most colored (meaning inaccurate) devices in our systems. so even if it sounds good in the showroom it wont sound the same in your house .
what i have found listening to many speakers is that anything that jumps out at you will annoy in the long term.
you need to make sure there is a no penalty return clause as well.
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