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Klipsch: F-300 Floors (Pair) + R-41M Books (Pair) + R-52C Center + R-100SW Sub

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Adorama.com has select Klipsch Speaker Bundles on sale listed below. Shipping is free. Thanks ivande

Available:
  • First bundle: $699
    • F-300 Dual 8" Woofers Floorstanding Speakers (Pair)
    • R-41M Bookshelf Speakers (Pair)
    • R-52C Center Speaker
    • R-100SW Subwoofer
  • Second Bundle: $1049
    • F-300 Dual 8" Woofers Floorstanding Speakers (Pair)
    • R-41M Bookshelf speakers (Pair)
    • R-52C Center Speaker
    • R-100SW Subwoofer
    • Yamaha RX-V685 Receiver
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Adorama [adorama.com] has Klipsch Synergy Black Label Floorstanding Speaker Bundle for $699 + Free shipping. No Tax for many states (YMMV).

Save $1,376.00 in Instant Savings plus $1,151.99 in "Accessory Savings" when you buy this Klipsch F-300. This Value Bundle comes with a Klipsch F-300, Klipsch R-41M, Klipsch R-100SW and a Klipsch R-52C and Shipping is free!

Additionally,
Adorama [adorama.com] has the same bundle + Yamaha RX-V685 7.2-Channel AV Receiver with MusicCast ($599) for $1049



Key Features
  • Fills large rooms with lifelike music and film sound reproduction
  • Highly efficient design produces more output using less energy
  • Accurate, non-fatiguing sound provides hours of listening pleasure
  • Plays louder with less distortion than the competition
  • Dynamic 1" tweeter, dual 8" high-output woofers
  • Sleek, high-quality cabinet looks as good as it sounds

What's in the box:
  • 2 Pack Synergy Black Label F-300 Floorstanding Speaker
  • Klipsch 5 Year Limited Warranty
  • Klipsch R-41M Bookshelf Home Speakers (Pair)
  • Klipsch R-100SW 300W Subwoofer
  • Klipsch R-52C Center Channel Home Speaker

https://www.adorama.com/kpf300ba....ailPrice=T
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Well you are going to get many different opinions on that question but ultimately which one is "worth" it to you no one can answer.

I would point out that these are older discontinued model but does have two 8" woofers vs one 6.5 on the 610F.
This is more efficient and has a higher power handling rating.
This is slightly larger than to 610F and the 610F falls under Klipsch's entry level model.

Whether any of this matters or comes into play is up to you, just pointing out some differences.

So this might be better for a larger layout/room but doesn't mean the 610F wouldn't be fine based on a vast many other variables.

Now which one would perform/sound better to you, you would have to listen to them yourself.
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Are you referring to the recent klipsch post that's $650 for the set? Becuase if you are, I'd like to know which one is worth getting for the price.
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Are you referring to the recent klipsch post that's $650 for the set? Becuase if you are, I'd like to know which one is worth getting for the price.
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It's not from iconian so it might not make front page
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It's not from iconian so it might not make front page
I see your point and I've seen others say the same. However, this service is free for us to use so who cares?

If they can utilize an opportunity to cover expenses and profit from, why wouldn't they? Anyone who says they wouldn't, is either a fool or lying.
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Is this better than my energy veritas speakers?
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It's not from iconian so it might not make front page
Well so much for this issue apparently being a "fake" "Sponsored" deal by "iconian", since people still complain about this!!! Roll Eyes (Sarcastic)

You do know that YOU DO NOT need to read these post if you do not like them right!? Confused
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Are you referring to the recent klipsch post that's $650 for the set? Becuase if you are, I'd like to know which one is worth getting for the price.
Well you are going to get many different opinions on that question but ultimately which one is "worth" it to you no one can answer.

I would point out that these are older discontinued model but does have two 8" woofers vs one 6.5 on the 610F.
This is more efficient and has a higher power handling rating.
This is slightly larger than to 610F and the 610F falls under Klipsch's entry level model.

Whether any of this matters or comes into play is up to you, just pointing out some differences.

So this might be better for a larger layout/room but doesn't mean the 610F wouldn't be fine based on a vast many other variables.

Now which one would perform/sound better to you, you would have to listen to them yourself.
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Is this better than my energy veritas speakers?
Well "better" to you,no one can answer that for you.

Differences I would point out:
These are more efficient, 8" woofers vs 6.5" woofers, horn tweeter vs Aluminum Dome Tweeter, front ported vs rear ported, these are slightly larger, veritas have higher power handling but they would be more expensive depending on which version you are comparing.

Whether these are a pro or con to you, only you can answer.

More importantly which one performs/sound better to you, only you can answer by listening.
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I will try to write a comment to help regarding this post and the one with different towers.

The only difference is the price is $50 more for this bundle.

The F300 towers are 1 step below from the older reference series R610F. They are also a newer product. The F300 uses dual 8" woofers which compared to the single 6.5" woofer on the R610f.

This in theory should give more Low to Mid punch that would help with a larger space. They are also much larger in form factor compared to the 610s.

I have the $650 bundle for a medium/ large sized room that I added 2 rear speakers and I have more than enough sound.

If you buy this bundle, you can get an inexpensive 5.1 receiver and be just fine. No need to spend 600 on a 7.2
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It's not from iconian so it might not make front page
true it is not from iconian, but SD does automatically promote any deals from Adorama so they get their affiliate cash from them.

in general bundles are not a good deal as they are full of compromises and typically are a all in one solution. buyers should start off with a good set of front speakers (They do the most work) and then add in surrounds, subs and atmos speakers as you can afford them.

buy one QUALITY piece at a time and you will end up with a MUCH better system and a cheaper system in the long run.
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I will try to write a comment to help regarding this post and the one with different towers.

The only difference is the price is $50 more for this bundle.

The F300 towers are 1 step below from the older reference series R610F. They are also a newer product. The F300 uses dual 8" woofers which compared to the single 6.5" woofer on the R610f.

This in theory should give more Low to Mid punch that would help with a larger space. They are also much larger in form factor compared to the 610s.

I have the $650 bundle for a medium/ large sized room that I added 2 rear speakers and I have more than enough sound.

If you buy this bundle, you can get an inexpensive 5.1 receiver and be just fine. No need to spend 600 on a 7.2
size (either individual driver size or total enclosure size) is not a definitive criteria for speaker performance. just look at something like the KEF LS50 which is a tiny speaker by anyone's definition yet is universally considered to perform well above it's size.

sadly it is a common misconception that size equates to performance in audio gear.
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Does it have the same quality as sonos 5.1?
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Has anyone ever actually paid full price for a Klipsch HT setup? These constant price cuts definitely make the retail prices seem like a joke... It's an effective marketing tactic I guess
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