PSB Mini's or Klipsch RS-3 -II for surrounds?

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  1. BrentPollard

    BrentPollard Second Unit

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    I have PSB Silvers Fnt L&R and a PSB C-6 center.
    My rears are PSB Alpha's.
    I have ordered the Rotel RSP 1066 to replace an old Sony prologic reciever. My intention is to move the Alpha's to the rear later for a 7.1 setup. [​IMG]
     
  2. John Garcia

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    If you already have all PSBs, why would you want to throw Klipsch in? Seems pretty straightforward to me, go with the PSBs. The Klipsch speakers will not have a perfect timbre match, which could be distracting if it is a big difference. The Klipsch uses a horn loaded titanium tweeter, while the PSBs use an aluminum dome. I would not expect them to blend perfectly.
     
  3. BrentPollard

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    Yeah you're absolutely right, the Mini's had been my first choice for months. Must have had " A momentary lapse of reason.":b :b
     
  4. Phil Mays

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    Brent,

    I agree with John, do not throw in the klipsch. I am am Klipsch man but they would not do your system justice.

    Phil
     

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