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Klipsch: 2x R-625FA + 2x R-41M + R-52C + 2x R-12SW + Denon AVR-S970H Receiver Expired

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Adorama has Klipsch Reference R-625FA 5.2 Home Theater System w/ Denon AVR-S970H Receiver for $1549. Shipping is free.

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Includes:
  • Klipsch Reference R-625FA Dolby Atmos Floorstanding Speaker (Pair)
  • 2x R-41M Bookshelf Home Speaker
  • R-52C Center Channel Home Speaker
  • 2x R-12SW 12" 400W All-Digital Powered Subwoofer
  • 2x Grilles (Installed)
  • 2x Rubber Feet4x Screws
  • Denon AVR-S970H 7.2-Channel 8K Network AV Receiver
Features:
  • Built-in Elevation Channel for Dolby Atmos
  • Dual 1" Aluminum Diaphragm Compression Tweeters
  • Main Channel: 6.5" Copper Spun Magnetically Shielded IMG Woofers
  • Height Channel: 5.25" Copper Spun Magnetically Shielded IMG Woofers
  • 90x90 Square Tractrix Horn
  • Bass-Reflex via Rear-Firing Tractrix ports
  • Strong, Flexible Removable Magnetic Grille
  • Dimensions: 40" x 9.4" x 17.3"

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Model: Klipsch Reference R-625FA 5.2 Home Theater System w/Denon AVR-S970H Rcvr, Black

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Amplifiers don't work that way. You'd have to have a dedicated amp and Bluetooth connection at each speaker. Also, it's just bad idea from a sound quality perspective. You'd be best to get a sound bar if you value wireless over SQ.
Absolutely. There are tech innovations all the time and new products that seemed ridiculous a few years ago. If Sonos can do it, I don't see why there hasn't been anyone who has introduced a way to wirelessly connect a set of speakers like this. Yes, I realize each one would have to have its own amplifier. So, wireless amps connected through the pre-out.

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06-02-2023 at 02:32 PM.
06-02-2023 at 02:32 PM.
Does anyone know if there's a way to connect all these speakers wirelessly?
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06-02-2023 at 02:36 PM.

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06-02-2023 at 02:36 PM.
Quote from 2had0ww07f :
Does anyone know if there's a way to connect all these speakers wirelessly?

Amplifiers don't work that way. You'd have to have a dedicated amp and Bluetooth connection at each speaker. Also, it's just bad idea from a sound quality perspective. You'd be best to get a sound bar if you value wireless over SQ.
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06-02-2023 at 02:40 PM.
06-02-2023 at 02:40 PM.
Quote from warre2m :
Amplifiers don't work that way. You'd have to have a dedicated amp and Bluetooth connection at each speaker. Also, it's just bad idea from a sound quality perspective. You'd be best to get a sound bar if you value wireless over SQ.

Yeah I figured, just thought I'd ask. Thx!
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gamemac
06-02-2023 at 02:42 PM.
06-02-2023 at 02:42 PM.
I have these speakers. This is a really good system.
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