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#270587 16-May-2020 15:07
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Hi Aill,

 

 

 

I am looking at putting in some in wall speakers, at the moment im looking a the Klipsch range.

 

 

 

the ones i am looking at are both the same price but different shape, im not sure what the pros and cons are if any or is it more how it looks??

 

 

 

https://soundgroup.co.nz/collections/klipsch/products/klipsch-pro-180rpw

 

https://www.harveynorman.co.nz/tv-and-audio/audio/blu-ray-and-home-theatre/speakers/klipsch-professional-reference-premiere-5.25-in-wall-speaker.html

 

 

 

thoughts?


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  #2485020 16-May-2020 18:48
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The nits on Harvey Norman's site are 'LCR's so the same speaker is designed to be run as left / right or centre, using 3 x separate speakers.

 

The Pro180RPW's have larger drivers and will work very well as a stereo pair, out performing the LCR's in a stereo configuration.

 

 

 

I've heard the LCR's and they were pretty good.

 

You'll still want a subwoofer if you can though, as in-wall / in-ceiling speakers are never going to 'dig deep'.

 

 




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  #2485326 17-May-2020 19:56
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Thanks for the reply

 

 

 

I was going to use either of the ones in original post and use this one

 

https://www.harveynorman.co.nz/tv-and-audio/audio/blu-ray-and-home-theatre/speakers/klipsch-professional-reference-5.25-in-wall-speaker.html

 

as the Centre, but looking closer i think ill keep them all premier.


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