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Future Shop - Klipsch Reference IV 3-Way Tower Speaker RF82 Buy one, Get one Free

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boykee wrote:
Nov 25th, 2012 11:52 pm
Yes it is "only" 5.1 (with zone 2 line out) but it's still a very good price for the AVR-1713. Not everyone has the want/need for 7.1+.
the thing is i would love to get a 7.1 but I am really stretching my budget with this setup. So I am trying to cut some corners by not getting 7.1 right away so I figured might as well get a 5.1 for now and this one seems to be well rated. The question is how will it match the Klipsch speakers?
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I bought the centre channel as well separately and applied the $25 off $250 order which made it come to $312.38 total with free shipping.

I'll for sure be returning the Polk Audio Monitor 75t's now.
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Thanks OP! I ended up buying the RF82s and the RC62 Channel (with discount code). I'm not sure what else to add. I'm thinking a 5.1 setup is good enough. Anyone know if I should be buying a sub and surround speakers for FS to complete the set? Any recommendations?
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simsin wrote:
Nov 26th, 2012 12:32 am
the thing is i would love to get a 7.1 but I am really stretching my budget with this setup. So I am trying to cut some corners by not getting 7.1 right away so I figured might as well get a 5.1 for now and this one seems to be well rated. The question is how will it match the Klipsch speakers?
I have had the AVR-1713 mated with RF-82s. For music I found it very bright (fatiguing to the ear during long listening sessions) but for movies it will be great.
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Nov 26th, 2012 12:53 am
Thanks OP! I ended up buying the RF82s and the RC62 Channel (with discount code). I'm not sure what else to add. I'm thinking a 5.1 setup is good enough. Anyone know if I should be buying a sub and surround speakers for FS to complete the set? Any recommendations?
You could go with 3.1 until you find a good deal for some surrounds and a sub. The matching sub and surrounds for the set are the RS-52 (surround) and the SW-112B (Klipsch 12" sub).

http://www.klipsch.com/rf-82-ii-home-theater-system
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I tried to use the promo code with 2xRF-82 and 1xRC-62 and if you do that you can't get the RF-82 at a two-for-one price through the system..

So I guess I have to make 2 orders. One for the towers, and one for the centre and save only $25 instead of $100

Bummer :/
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I ordered a pair but soon realized they are the older model. The newest ones are the RF-82II. May return them.
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CONTROL ONE wrote:
Nov 26th, 2012 12:48 am
I bought the centre channel as well separately and applied the $25 off $250 order which made it come to $312.38 total with free shipping.

I'll for sure be returning the Polk Audio Monitor 75t's now.
Thanks for the tip. Calling them now to get the price adjusted.
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I bought the towers and added the centre as well as the rpw-10 sub. It all came too $1000 pre tax, but I didn't use a coupon code. What code are people referring too? Where can I get it? I assume I could still have a car apply the code.
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steve-0101 wrote:
Nov 26th, 2012 7:36 am
Thanks for the tip. Calling them now to get the price adjusted.
Let us know if it works. I tried the same thing online, but the minute you but the code in, the BOGO offer is eliminated.
(may be intentional on FS's behalf)
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Alexandero2 wrote:
Nov 26th, 2012 10:55 am
Let us know if it works. I tried the same thing online, but the minute you but the code in, the BOGO offer is eliminated.
(may be intentional on FS's behalf)
I only ordered the center (already own the RF-82s) so it worked for me. They adjusted it over the phone.
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chordz wrote:
Nov 26th, 2012 1:17 am
I ordered a pair but soon realized they are the older model. The newest ones are the RF-82II. May return them.
Yup, that's why FS is trying to clear these out.
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So I did some research and decided that I would pass on the RPW-10 Sub and hold off to buy a really good one (ed/HSU or SVC) later on. I'm definitely only doing a 5.1 set up for my large room and was wondering if surrounds are better to use then bookshelves? I know that the RB-61's are on sale right now but might hold off and try to find the RS-52/62s. The back speakers have to be wall mounted btw. Any suggestions?
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