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Klipsch: R-610F + R-41M (Pair) + R-52C + R-100SW + Yamaha RX-V485 EXPIRED

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Adorama.com has select Klipsch Home Theater Speaker w/ Yamaha Receiver Bundles on sale listed below from $879.99. Shipping is free. Thanks iconian

Note: Orders will be shipped 4/29/19.
  • Bundle #1 $879.99
    • Includes
      • Pair of Klipsch R-610F Floor Standing Speakers
      • Pair of Klipsch R-41M Bookshelf Speakers
      • One Klipsch R-52C Center Channel Speaker
      • Klipsch R-100SW 300W Subwoofer
      • Yamaha RX-V485 Receiver
  • Bundle #2 $1029
    • Includes
      • Pair of Klipsch R-610F Floor Standing Speakers
      • Pair of Klipsch R-41M Bookshelf Speakers
      • One Klipsch R-52C Center Channel Speaker
      • Klipsch R-100SW 300W Subwoofer
      • Yamaha RX-V685 7.2-Ch Receiver
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deal #1 [adorama.com] $880

Includes:
  • Pair of Klipsch R-610F Floor Standing Speakers
  • Pair of Klipsch R-41M Bookshelf Speakers
  • One Klipsch R-52C Center Channel Speaker
  • Klipsch R-100SW 300W Subwoofer
  • Yamaha RX-V485 Receiver
deal #2 [adorama.com] $1029

Includes:
  • Pair of Klipsch R-610F Floor Standing Speakers
  • Pair of Klipsch R-41M Bookshelf Speakers
  • One Klipsch R-52C Center Channel Speaker
  • Klipsch R-100SW 300W Subwoofer
  • Yamaha RX-V685 7.2-Ch Receiver
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Poster 1: "This is garbage. For just $200 more you could get XYZ."
Poster 2: "Yeah, but if you're going to move up $200, then you could just get ABC for another $150 more, and get much more value. Honestly XYZ is garbage."
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Many people would probably advise against mixing and matching between speaker brands, or even speaker lines, for a 5.1 system. They are all tuned to different frequency curves, and are more likely to clash with each other's sound than compliment one another.

Just some food for thought.
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u hating again?Smilie





he is just hating. check out his other posts in my threads.
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Been cherry picking deals off sd for the past few weeks to get my 5.1 home theater set up. Ended up costing me over $1k.. Not sure if my setup is better than just buying either of these packaged deals. My setup only has bookshelves and surrounds, where as this package comes with towers and bookshelves... Could return it all XD

Denon AVR-X2400H - $349.99
Sony Core Series 5 3Way Bookshelf Speakers Pair - $74.99
Polk Audio LSiM704c Center Channel Speaker, Midnight Mahogany - $229.99
JBL SUB 550P - $199.95
JBL Studio 210 - $129.95

All before tax except JBLs, no tax on those for some reason.

Edit: Thanks for all the feedback. I ordered a pair of lsim 703s used, to replace the SCS5 cause I clearly dunno what I'm doing.
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Been cherry picking deals off sd for the past few weeks to get my 5.1 home theater set up. Ended up costing me over $1k.. Not sure if my setup is better than just buying either of these packaged deals. My setup only has bookshelves and surrounds, where as this package comes with towers and bookshelves... Could return it all XD

Denon AVR-X2400H - $349.99
Sony Core Series 5 3Way Bookshelf Speakers Pair - $74.99
Polk Audio LSiM704c Center Channel Speaker, Midnight Mahogany - $229.99
JBL SUB 550P - $199.95
JBL Studio 210 - $129.95

All before tax except JBLs, no tax on those for some reason.
Many people would probably advise against mixing and matching between speaker brands, or even speaker lines, for a 5.1 system. They are all tuned to different frequency curves, and are more likely to clash with each other's sound than compliment one another.

Just some food for thought.
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Been cherry picking deals off sd for the past few weeks to get my 5.1 home theater set up. Ended up costing me over $1k.. Not sure if my setup is better than just buying either of these packaged deals. My setup only has bookshelves and surrounds, where as this package comes with towers and bookshelves... Could return it all XD

Denon AVR-X2400H - $349.99
Sony Core Series 5 3Way Bookshelf Speakers Pair - $74.99
Polk Audio LSiM704c Center Channel Speaker, Midnight Mahogany - $229.99
JBL SUB 550P - $199.95
JBL Studio 210 - $129.95

All before tax except JBLs, no tax on those for some reason.
Your front 3 speakers should match......
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Ah shiiiiet...he suggested that they should match. I thought he was trolling. Mahhhhhhh bad
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As always has been and forever will be, these Klipsch speaker bundles are bad. Subpar speakers for too much money, but it tricks the inexperienced because hey you can buy all of them at once. Do the legwork and buy better brands, spoiler: They don't ever do 5-channel speaker setup deals like this. This is exclusively the work of brands like Klipsch, Polk, and the lesser brands for convenience over quality.
Bad compared to what? Can you give examples of something in the same price range that you deem better, not just keep bashing it every time it's posted.
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Been cherry picking deals off sd for the past few weeks to get my 5.1 home theater set up. Ended up costing me over $1k.. Not sure if my setup is better than just buying either of these packaged deals. My setup only has bookshelves and surrounds, where as this package comes with towers and bookshelves... Could return it all XD

Denon AVR-X2400H - $349.99
Sony Core Series 5 3Way Bookshelf Speakers Pair - $74.99
Polk Audio LSiM704c Center Channel Speaker, Midnight Mahogany - $229.99
JBL SUB 550P - $199.95
JBL Studio 210 - $129.95

All before tax except JBLs, no tax on those for some reason.
Should of got in on the deal on the infinity's when they were on sale.
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As always has been and forever will be, these Klipsch speaker bundles are bad. Subpar speakers for too much money, but it tricks the inexperienced because hey you can buy all of them at once. Do the legwork and buy better brands, spoiler: They don't ever do 5-channel speaker setup deals like this. This is exclusively the work of brands like Klipsch, Polk, and the lesser brands for convenience over quality.
u hating again?Smilie

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Bad compared to what? Can you give examples of something in the same price range that you deem better, not just keep bashing it every time it's posted.


he is just hating. check out his other posts in my threads.
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So... I'm a noob and even more confused. Sounds like people hear things and have different preferences. I'll just go into a store and hear their setup to decide what I want. Appreciate your time...
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As always has been and forever will be, these Klipsch speaker bundles are bad. Subpar speakers for too much money, but it tricks the inexperienced because hey you can buy all of them at once. Do the legwork and buy better brands, spoiler: They don't ever do 5-channel speaker setup deals like this. This is exclusively the work of brands like Klipsch, Polk, and the lesser brands for convenience over quality.
If Klipsch and Polk are lesser brands, then I'd love to hear what you'd recommend instead.
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