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Klipsch: (pair) R-610F + (pair) R-41M + R-52C + 12" R-12SW Subwoofer

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Adorama.com has Klipsch Speaker Bundle on sale for $599. Shipping is free.

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Bundle 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-12SW 12" Subwoofer

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  • Pair of Klipsch R-610F Floor Standing Speakers
  • Pair of Klipsch R-41M Bookshelf Speakers
  • One Klipsch R-52C Center Channel Speaker
  • Klipsch R-12SW 12" Subwoofer
$599 + free s/h (discount on checkout page)

this is $50 than previous low price.
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Dominick331 asked this question on 06-01-2021 at 09:27 AM
06-01-2021 at 09:27 AM
Not sure which specific speaker dimensions you mean but you can start here and search the others on the same site.

Yes the 750 would do just fine with this package.

https://www.klipsch.com/products/r-610f-floorstanding-speaker?autocompletequery=R%20610
ashoksathya asked this question on 06-01-2021 at 09:27 AM
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Just stop. Everyone knows these Adorama-Klipsch "deals" are sponsored/paid-for advertisements. Every. one. What value do you really think there is pretending otherwise?
Combine this with a $250 receiver and you've got a darn good entry into home theater.
This is way too much for apartment living, you wouldn't be able to take advantage of it's full potential without causing issues.

Another reason to hold off before building a HT system, you do not know how these will actually perform once you move and you may feel the need to upgrade again which is a waste of money.

I would suggest living with what you have now and start a little HT fund, just add to it as often as you can.
By the time you move to a more permanent location you could have a healthy budget and have all the versatility to build it anyway you want.

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Combine this with a $250 receiver and you've got a darn good entry into home theater.
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Combine this with a $250 receiver and you've got a darn good entry into home theater.
Any specific receiver you recommend?

Just ordered this set, ty OP!
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Any specific receiver you recommend?

Just ordered this set, ty OP!
I got a used Marantz NR1605 and couldn't be happier. 70w into each channel, clean great power, 4k pass through. I have a 200w stereo Yamaha receiver that I've used for music listening before and I don't even bother connecting it as a pre-amp for the fronts. Marantz is that good.
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These things just keep getting cheaper. I bought this system 2 years ago and it was $750. Back then they had the 10" subwoofer included instead of 12". With a 12" woofer no doubt this is best entry level 5.1 system for $600 range. You do need AV receiver to run this which is another $200.

I used it for 6 months before I upgraded to a much nicer 5.1.2 system. But it was good for learning the basics.
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Would this be good to point at my neighbors house and have the battle of the bass?
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Where can I find the speaker dimensions for this set?
Will this set pair well with a Denon 750 AVR?
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Just wanted to throw my hat in the ring. I've had this system for about 2 years, and couldn't be happier. For the price this is an absolute steal of a system, and truly a great budget setup. I've been extremely happy with movies music and video games with these. 10/10! Also adorama is great, also highly recommended.
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Are these better than the Polk Monitor/TSi series? Enough to justify the price if so? Mostly used for home theater.
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Just stop. Everyone knows these Adorama-Klipsch "deals" are sponsored/paid-for advertisements. Every. one. What value do you really think there is pretending otherwise?
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Where can I find the speaker dimensions for this set?
Will this set pair well with a Denon 750 AVR?
Not sure which specific speaker dimensions you mean but you can start here and search the others on the same site.

Yes the 750 would do just fine with this package.

https://www.klipsch.com/products/...ry=R%20610
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Just stop. Everyone knows these Adorama-Klipsch "deals" are sponsored/paid-for advertisements. Every. one. What value do you really think there is pretending otherwise?
Can you recommend a better one? Thanks!
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Very new to this. I have only been using a vizio 5.1 soundbar and was looking to upgrade to Vizio elevate (to get some atmos experience). Can this be upgraded (by adding upward firing speakers or celing mounted ones) to Atmos system? If so, I will bite and get this together with a receiver (any recommendations?) for my apartment for now. And upgrade it to atmos when I move in to my house in the near future!

Please chime in if this is way too much for an apartment living area.

Thanks 😊
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