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Klipsch 5.1 setup: What do you think?

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I'm considering purchasing this setup. I'll be using it to watch blu-ray movies and blu-ray TV seasons.

Budget is 2-3k so it fits perfectly ($2330 total). Christmas present to myself tongue.gif

Sub: Klipsch SW110
Fronts: Klipsch RF62 II (x2)
Center: Klipsch RC62 II
Rears: Klipsch RB41 II (sold in set of 2, I'm purchasing 1 set)
Receiver: Onkyo TX-NR626

I've sampled the system at a local electronics store (albeit in a much larger room than mine) and loved it. If anyone here owns any of these components, please let me know if you like them.

Not sure how I'm going to set up the rears. I built stands for my current setup (Onkyo S3200) because the room extends about 6 more ft behind the couch, however I won't have time to build new stands for these so looking for a simpler solution if you have one.
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I honestly would get a different sub and receiver, unless you like the Onkyo sound and have to have all matching brand speakers (I'm OCD like that at times).

Check out the SVS PB12-NSD or the HSU VTF-3. Or if you want to keep it $500 go for the SVS PB1000. And for receivers I am a huge Harman fan (love my AVR-645 oldie but awesome), but their new stuff sucks (IMO), but I also like the Marantz sound.
   
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