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Klipsch versus Paradigm, Revel (1 Viewer)


Jul 2, 2018
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I posted this question on another site forum and got some great feedback so I’ll run this by everyone here. Before the question, I’ll offer a little background info.

I’ll be 70 this year and I started playing music (drums, guitar, etc.) in 1959. Needless to say, I have tinnitus with serious hearing loss and wear hearing aids. My HT has all Klipsch speakers with the exception of 2-JL Audio Fathom 113’s. I must say that I am happy with my current set-up but I am always wondering if I can make it better, given my hearing issues.

My current set-up is:
Projector: JVC RS600U (calibrated)
Screen: Stewart Filmscreen 123" Studiotek G130
Receiver: Onkyo TX NR3030
Disc Player: Oppo 203 and Oppo 103
Mains: Klipsch RF-7 ll's
Center: Klipsch RC-64 ll
Subs: 2 - JL Audio Fathom 113's
Surrounds: Klipsch R-62's
Rear Surrounds: Klipsch R-5650-Sll's
Overheads: 4 – Klipsch R-5650-Sll's

I have Revel, Klipsch, and Paradigm speakers in my tv room and I wonder if the Revel or Paradigm would be better in my HT. Some of my feedback suggested I get better hearing aids and keep the speakers I have and that actually makes sense; but if I can get a better sound experience by changing speakers I am also open to that. I am not an audiophile, but I am a HT lover and I think Klipsch makes an excellent HT speaker. They now have the RF-7 lll speaker which is supposed to have better upper range clarity. Could I tell the difference? Could I tell the difference with Paradigm Studios or Prestige, or Revel Performa’s?

Does anyone have any experience with these as compared to Klipsch for a home theater?

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