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Klipsch: R-625FA (Pair) + R-41M (Pair) + R-52C + R-12SWi Sub + Yamaha RX-A880

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Adorama has Klipsch Home Theater Speaker Bundle on sale for $1499. Shipping is free. Thanks iconian

Includes:
  • Klipsch R-625FA Dolby Atmos Floorstanding Speakers (Pair)
  • Klipsch R-41M Bookshelf Home Speakers (Pair)
  • Klipsch R-52C Center Channel Home Speaker
  • Klipsch R-12SWi 12" Wireless Subwoofer
  • Yamaha RX-A880 7.2-Channel Network AV Receiver
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$1499 + free s/h

Includes:
  • (pair) Klipsch R-625FA Dolby Atmos Floorstnding Speakers
  • (pair) Klipsch R-41M Bookshelf Home Speakers (come as pair in 1 box)
  • Klipsch R-52C Center Channel Home Speaker
  • Klipsch R-12SWi 12" Wireless Subwoofer
  • Yamaha RX-A880 7.2-channel Network AV Receiver
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Shoot, if I had money, a house, a decent TV, and my wife said so, I'd totally be up on this!

But seriously it's a decent price, ahah.
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Shoot, if I had money, a house, a decent TV, and my wife said so, I'd totally be up on this!

But seriously it's a decent price, ahah.
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are these speakers good for karaoke ? thanks
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For the price, this is a good system. I run the same speakers with 2 subs and an equally spec receiver. It could use a little more wattage and the r41's aren't quite enough but I have been happy with the system.
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Noob question. Would this be good for the master bedroom?
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Hmmmm.. maybe I need this. I had just bought the r-51pm and R120sw for about $960. Does this company charge sales tax for CA?

This setup looks better. Someone help talk me into this!
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God they are pushing these speakers so hard
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Noon question. Would this be good for the master bedroom?
I think so. Maybe a little overkill, but if your watching a lot of movies and or gaming, and dont have vaulted ceilings should work great!

I'm really liking my smaller setup.. also if you share walls with any neighbors, this may be too much.
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Noon question. Would this be good for the master bedroom?
This could potentially be overkill for a master unless you have a huge room. I have a large master 20X20 with vaulted ceiling and I probably wouldn't put it in there. I currently have 2 12" subs, floor speakers, bookshelf speakers and a center channel speaker in my living room and I usually have the volume at -15 db. It is sooooo loud when I turn it up and love it. If really loud is what you're going for then this will do it.
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For the price, this is a good system. I run the same speakers with 2 subs and an equally spec receiver. It could use a little more wattage and the r41's aren't quite enough but I have been happy with the system.
Well I would add that whatever it is that makes you say "It could use a little more wattage" it's unlikely it's your wattage because your/these speakers are very efficient so they don't need much power.
I would recommend checking your setting or manually set your speakers and see if that helps.
It's possible that you may be "growing out" of your speakers.
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I think so. Maybe a little overkill, but if your watching a lot of movies and or gaming, and dont have vaulted ceilings should work great!

I'm really liking my smaller setup.. also if you share walls with any neighbors, this may be too much.
I don't have vaulted Ceiling but I'm assuming the ceiling fan could mess with the Dolby Atmos. Nah my neighbors are not that close
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This could potentially be overkill for a master unless you have a huge room. I have a large master 20X20 with vaulted ceiling and I probably wouldn't put it in there. I currently have 2 12" subs, floor speakers, bookshelf speakers and a center channel speaker in my living room and I usually have the volume at -15 db. It is sooooo loud when I turn it up and love it. If really loud is what you're going for then this will do it.
Thanks bud. It probably is a overkill, but currently I have a soundbar with a subwoofer connected to the sub-preout
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Is this portable?
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Noob question. Would this be good for the master bedroom?
I have the same setup in my bathroom and love it, so yes, should be good for the bedroom too.
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