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This review is from: Klipsch Reference RF-82 II B Floorstanding Speaker Black Each
Pros: Great power handling at a reasonable limit giving you a variety of amp choices without breaking the >700$ price point.
Cons: They are heavy, but that attributes to tight bass.
Back firing vents. Need 6-18" between the wall and speaker.
Other Thoughts: I can honestly say I have never heard a better sounding speaker. Paired with a HK3490. It makes 5.1/7.1 HT Box systems sound like transistor radios. Incredible reference sound, endless depth and clarity!
If your sitting in a couch the highs are about 1-2" above ear level. The RF83's would be a better choice for a standing room.
This review is from: Harman/Kardon HK 3490 Stereo Receiver
Pros: Huge power supply that could drive 4 ohm speakers
Solid state design
*CLASS A AMP under 500 bucks*
Cons: Analog inputs are soft and quiet
No HDMI inputs
Other Thoughts: Best bang for the buck, I've got 2 Klipsch RF82's hooked up to this bad boy and it delivers every day. The clearest highs and the smoothest lows. If you've got a set of speakers rated around 150 RMS this will pair up great with them!READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: New WinTV 7 zip code feature eliminates the dawning task of channel scanning for over an hour
TV Guide option
Road warrior friendly
Fast channel locks!
QAM ready for Cable
Cons: Softcoder, which is unavoidable- This is best in class!
Other Thoughts: If you move around a lot, go camping or in a transitional period relocating it's very convenient at the size of 2 hi-liter markers side-by-side. Channel locks are quick and painless but the provided antenna needs good altitude for variety.READ FULL REVIEW
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