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Klipsch Bundle: RP-280FA Atmos (Pair) + RP-440C + RP-160M (Pair) EXPIRED

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Adorama has Klipsch Bundle: RP-280FA Atmos Floorspeakers (Pair) + RP-440C Center Speaker (Single) + RP-160M Bookshelf Speakers (Pair) on sale from $1599 listed below. Shipping is free. Thanks iconianBundle Includes:
  • Klipsch 2x Reference Premiere RP-280FA Dolby Atmos Front Speakers (Pair)
  • Klipsch RP-440C 2-Way Center Speaker (Single)
  • Klipsch RP-160M 2-Way Bookshelf Speakers (Pair)
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$1600 + free shipping

bundle includes:
  • (pair) Klipsch 2x Reference Premiere RP-280FA Dolby Atmos Front Speakers
  • (single) Klipsch RP-440C 2-Way Center Speaker
  • (pair) Klipsch RP-160M 2-Way Bookshelf Speakers
    • Klipsch 5 Year Limited Warranty
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This was just recently $1249 from them. I'm thinking to buy would be crazy.

Edit; looks like these are the Atmos editions. Not sure if worth the upgrade for the price. Lol
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This was just recently $1249 from them. I'm thinking to buy would be crazy.

Edit; looks like these are the Atmos editions. Not sure if worth the upgrade for the price. Lol

atmos ones are much more expensive. it's basically 2 extra speakers sitting on top of the floors
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atmos ones are much more expensive. it's basically 2 extra speakers sitting on top of the floors
What I'm referring to is if Atmos wasn't your thing and you just wanted 5.1 or even this to do a 7.1 with the other bookshelves deals recently. The extra $350 for Atmos and a 440C vs 450C with the other recent package doesn't feel that worth it. I've heard the Atmos enabled stuff and I wasn't impressed. I perfer true ceiling speakers.

That said, it's still a tempting deal and I appreciate you posting. I skipped out on the $1249 but later regretted it.
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I bought the previous reference premier speakers deal and love them. However if this deal was available then I would've chosen this set.
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What I'm referring to is if Atmos wasn't your thing and you just wanted 5.1 or even this to do a 7.1 with the other bookshelves deals recently. The extra $350 for Atmos and a 440C vs 450C with the other recent package doesn't feel that worth it. I've heard the Atmos enabled stuff and I wasn't impressed. I perfer true ceiling speakers.

That said, it's still a tempting deal and I appreciate you posting. I skipped out on the $1249 but later regretted it.
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That was a better deal for me.
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This is what I was waiting for... And broke, garage sale tomorrow?
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attached is atmos klipsch Wink
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Would have been a great deal if it had a matching center (RP-450CA Premiere Dolby Atmos Center Channel Speaker), good price nonetheless
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I'm heavily invested in Klipsch audio. I only need surrounds and MAYBE at atmos set but I have been through 3 sets of rears and none seem to really match my rf-62 II's. All seem to need a 2-3 db boost to match up. Room sizes have varied from 25x25 to 10x15 sitting anywhere from 2ft behind to 10ft. Any recommendations?
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I'm heavily invested in Klipsch audio. I only need surrounds and MAYBE at atmos set but I have been through 3 sets of rears and none seem to really match my rf-62 II's. All seem to need a 2-3 db boost to match up. Room sizes have varied from 25x25 to 10x15 sitting anywhere from 2ft behind to 10ft. Any recommendations?

The RF-62ii matched RS-52ii's?
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I'm heavily invested in Klipsch audio. I only need surrounds and MAYBE at atmos set but I have been through 3 sets of rears and none seem to really match my rf-62 II's. All seem to need a 2-3 db boost to match up. Room sizes have varied from 25x25 to 10x15 sitting anywhere from 2ft behind to 10ft. Any recommendations?
I assume you're running some kind of room correction software like audyssey. It's supposed to adjust all the levels up or down so that you have the same volume from each speaker at your listening position. You can adjust manually if you have an spl meter as well. Raising them up a few db would just mean they're further away from your listening position or they're slightly less efficient. Either way, that's fine. That's what it does. If you're happy with your mains, then stick with the the RFII line. They will be the best match. Whether the RS or RB series is better for you depends on placement and your budget.
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Why does this not have the 450c center... Seriously if it did it would pick it up in a heartbeat. My one deficiency for this package.
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Weird to not have rp450c in this bundle.
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