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Klipsch: R-26FA (Pair) + R-41M (Pair) + R-52C + R-100SW Subwoofer

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Adorama.com has select Klipsch Home Theater Speaker Bundles on sale from $949. Shipping is free. Thanks iconian
  • Bundle #1 $949
    • Includes
      • Pair Klipsch R-26FA 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-100SW 300W Home Theater Subwoofer
  • Bundle #2 $1149
    • Includes
      • Pair Klipsch R-26FA Dolby Atmos Floorstnding Speakers
      • Pair Klipsch R-41M Bookshelf Home Speakers (come as pair in 1 box)
      • Klipsch R-52C Center Channel Home Speaker
      • Rel Acoustics HT/1205 12" 500 Watt Home Theater Subwoofer
  • Bundle #3 $1399
    • 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
      • Rel Acoustics T/7i 8" 200 Watt Home Theater Subwoofer
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bundle one [adorama.com]

Includes:
  • (pair) Klipsch R-26FA Dolby Atmos Floorstanding Speakers
  • (pair) Klipsch R-41M Bookshelf Home Speakers (come as pair in 1 box)
  • Klipsch R-52C Center Channel Home Speaker
  • Klipsch R-100SW 300W Subwoofer
$949 + free s/h

bundle two [adorama.com]

Includes:
  • (pair) Klipsch R-26FA Dolby Atmos Floorstanding Speakers
  • (pair) Klipsch R-41M Bookshelf Home Speakers (come as pair in 1 box)
  • Klipsch R-52C Center Channel Home Speaker
  • Rel Acoustics HT/1205 12" 500 Watt Home Theater Subwoofer
$1149 + free s/h

bundle three [adorama.com]
  • (pair) Klipsch R-625FA Dolby Atmos Floorstanding Speakers
  • (pair) Klipsch R-41M Bookshelf Home Speakers (come as pair in 1 box)
  • Klipsch R-52C Center Channel Home Speaker
  • Rel Acoustics T/7i 8" 200 Watt Home Subwoofer
$1399 + free s/h

Those who are not familiar with Rel, a decent review is here [avforums.com] and t7i here [youtube.com] and here [youtube.com]
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1399 bundle one shows single REL sub
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1399 bundle one shows single REL sub

yes, i just fixed it. i copy/pasted and didnt update all of them. title is correct though.
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I've been seeing a lot of Klipsch deals recently and was wondering if its good for beginners? basically what I'm asking is, is this a good investment over buying a more cost-effective option that would probebly be easier to use, somthing like the sonos sytem maybe?
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I still don't understand how it's possible to get these prices? has Iconian possibly made a deal with the devil himself? either way Thanks for the deal.
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I've been seeing a lot of Klipsch deals recently and was wondering if its good for beginners? basically what I'm asking is, is this a good investment over buying a more cost-effective option that would probebly be easier to use, somthing like the sonos sytem maybe?
def a very good intro to mid system

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I still don't understand how it's possible to get these prices? has Iconian possibly made a deal with the devil himself? either way Thanks for the deal.

the devil always gets you the best deals Smilie
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interested in a more upper end bundle. I've owned the 51 bookshelf, and currently have the 61. The 61 would be a minimum i'd consider in a bundle. I'll extrapolate the selection of bookshelf into the entire bundle. Looking for bundle with something including RP-8060FA
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I still don't understand how it's possible to get these prices? has Iconian possibly made a deal with the devil himself? either way Thanks for the deal.
Who cares...... oh wait many do! 🙄
To those I ask, if there is a better deal for the same product PLEASE show us the way to the righteous path! 🙏🏼
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I've been seeing a lot of Klipsch deals recently and was wondering if its good for beginners? basically what I'm asking is, is this a good investment over buying a more cost-effective option that would probebly be easier to use, somthing like the sonos sytem maybe?
Well you have to ask yourself the question how important is "more cost-effective option that would probebly be easier to use" .
If it's high on your priority then you kinda answered your own question.

If it's about how they compare in sound to you then you are going to have to go listen to both to determine if this or any other setup is worth the difference.

IMO I would skip the "beginners" model and go after YOUR best even if it's piece by piece.
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I currently have a Polk Monitor series setup with up-firing Pioneer Atmos speakers and a Denon x2200w receiver. How much better will these sound, if at all? I mostly listen to vinyl and play games.
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I currently have a Polk Monitor series setup with up-firing Pioneer Atmos speakers and a Denon x2200w receiver. How much better will these sound, if at all? I mostly listen to vinyl and play games.
That's two different sound signatures. Whether it's a upgrade to you, you would have to listen yourself.
The nice thing is Adorama has a decent return policy so you can try them out.
BTW how do you utilize the object based modules for music?
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Is this overkill for a 400 SQ/ft apartment?



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Would you guys recommend the 1399 bundle if I buy a RX-A3080?
Thanks!
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I've been seeing a lot of Klipsch deals recently and was wondering if its good for beginners? basically what I'm asking is, is this a good investment over buying a more cost-effective option that would probebly be easier to use, somthing like the sonos sytem maybe?
To be honest this is expensive. I got 2 tower Reference Premier + Reference Premiere 500 center + SVS Subwoofer + some cheaper units for surrounds and Atmos on ceiling for about $1000 which is pretty much the same price as the deal above. I hear the RP is magnitudes better than RF
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