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Klipsch Bundle: 2x RP-280FA, 2x RP-150M, 1x RP-450C + 12" R-112SW Sub (Walnut)

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Adorama has Klipsch Bundle: 2x RP-280FA, 2x RP-150M, 1x RP-450C + 12" R-112SW Sub (Walnut/Black) for $1649. Shipping is free.

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Includes:
  • Pair of Klipsch Reference Premiere RP-280FA Dolby Atmos Speakers (Walnut)
  • Pair of Klipsch Reference Premiere RP-150M 2-Way Bookshelf Speakers (Walnut)
  • Klipsch Reference Premiere RP-450C 2-Way Center Speaker (Walnut)
  • Klispch 12" R-112SW Subwoofer (Black)
  • Klipsch 5 Year Limited Warranty
Features:
  • Built-in Elevation Channel for Dolby Atmos
  • 1" Linear Travel Suspension Titanium Tweeter
  • Dual 8" Spun Copper Cerametallic Cone Woofers
  • 90x90 Hybrid Tractrix Horn
  • All New Tractrix Port
  • Strong, Flexible Removable Grille

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$1649 + free s/h
  • (pair) Klipsch Reference Premiere RP-280FA Dolby Atmos Speakers
  • (pair) Klipsch Reference Premiere RP-150M 2-Way Bookshelf Speakers
  • Klipsch Reference Premiere RP-450C 2-Way Center Speaker
  • Klispch 12" R-112SW Subwoofer
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Jaydawg asked this question on 11-29-2021 at 11:12 AM
11-29-2021 at 11:12 AM
Sound wise very different. Klipsch is one of the brightest/harshest sound it will definitely be in your face sound.
600’s are much more laid back, more on the natural sound. Some may find them to laid back.
It comes down to your preference in sound which is better and or worth the price.
rubisco43 asked this question on 11-29-2021 at 02:34 PM
11-29-2021 at 02:34 PM
I have the 8000's and the 8060's which are basically the same unit... The 8000's are a bit smoother in the mid/high since they are using the newer horn/tweeter design. Is it a huge difference? NO! Not really, some might not even notice it. If the 280's were much less then a 8000 I would def pick it up. If they were close by lets say $50-$100, I would pick up the 8000 series. That's my honest opinion... Keep in mind, the Klipsch sound on these RP series speakers all sound on the "bright" side, so keep that in mind. It;s not until you get into their heritage series where things really start to shine as in the new Forte IV's, now those are smoooooth. Fantastic Mids on it. Love them..
newbie104 asked this question on 12-13-2021 at 01:12 PM
12-13-2021 at 01:12 PM
Sure... why not..
quietcropduster asked this question on 11-28-2021 at 11:15 PM

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any size as you can always just keep the volume lower especially w/ Klipsch as they have such high SP levels at around 96-97db.. Just make sure the dimensions and color will work in your room and trust me this set up will sound very nice with a quality AV receiver/ AMp.

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I'm looking to add a surround sound system to my newly renovated living room but I'm worried that because of the small space it might not sound great. Does anybody know what size room these are meant for? mine is about 10x13 feet
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I'm looking to add a surround sound system to my newly renovated living room but I'm worried that because of the small space it might not sound great. Does anybody know what size room these are meant for? mine is about 10x13 feet
any size as you can always just keep the volume lower especially w/ Klipsch as they have such high SP levels at around 96-97db.. Just make sure the dimensions and color will work in your room and trust me this set up will sound very nice with a quality AV receiver/ AMp.
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I'm looking to add a surround sound system to my newly renovated living room but I'm worried that because of the small space it might not sound great. Does anybody know what size room these are meant for? mine is about 10x13 feet
These speakers would occupy lot of space. Placing 280FA towers in such a small room is overkill and will take lot of space.
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I'm looking to add a surround sound system to my newly renovated living room but I'm worried that because of the small space it might not sound great. Does anybody know what size room these are meant for? mine is about 10x13 feet
I have a 7.1.2 surround sound system similar to this (Klipsch RP) but with separate Atmos speakers and a little bit different setup, in a pretty small home theater room and I love how it sounds. I'm no pro audio person, but am really into music, play instruments, and have been into stereos/sound my whole life, and I'm beyond happy with it.
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I'm looking to add a surround sound system to my newly renovated living room but I'm worried that because of the small space it might not sound great. Does anybody know what size room these are meant for? mine is about 10x13 feet
Here is what it should look like:

https://www.dolby.com/about/suppo...tup-guide/
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any size as you can always just keep the volume lower especially w/ Klipsch as they have such high SP levels at around 96-97db.. Just make sure the dimensions and color will work in your room and trust me this set up will sound very nice with a quality AV receiver/ AMp.

The color definitely works, I just have to double check the sizes of the speakers to make sure they fit properly. Thanks
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Here is what it should look like:

https://www.dolby.com/about/suppo...tup-guide/
Does distance factor in or does only the angle matter?
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How do these towers compare to the rp-8000f towers?
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I would love to see a combo of just the RP-280FAs with the RP-450C in Black. I would buy that in a heartbeat
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How do these towers compare to the rp-8000f towers?
I have the 8000's and the 8060's which are basically the same unit... The 8000's are a bit smoother in the mid/high since they are using the newer horn/tweeter design. Is it a huge difference? NO! Not really, some might not even notice it. If the 280's were much less then a 8000 I would def pick it up. If they were close by lets say $50-$100, I would pick up the 8000 series. That's my honest opinion... Keep in mind, the Klipsch sound on these RP series speakers all sound on the "bright" side, so keep that in mind. It;s not until you get into their heritage series where things really start to shine as in the new Forte IV's, now those are smoooooth. Fantastic Mids on it. Love them..
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I would love to see a combo of just the RP-280FAs with the RP-450C in Black. I would buy that in a heartbeat
someone on here picked up this 450c and just bought some black veneer wrap from amazon and turned it black, it looked real good when he posted the pics.
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someone on here picked up this 450c and just bought some black veneer wrap from amazon and turned it black, it looked real good when he posted the pics.
I saw that post too and was impressed. I feel like I wouldn't be as successful trying to pull it off haha
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someone on here picked up this 450c and just bought some black veneer wrap from amazon and turned it black, it looked real good when he posted the pics.
Do you happen to have a link for that feat?
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