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    Should I keep my rti8's ??

    My logan theatre is nearly finished as all I need now is the surrounds but I dont have nothing in the bedroom except a htib

    Is there anything I could add to make them worth keeping ? My ML soure wouldn't benifit from tubes unless I spent 1K . I realy want to experience tube sound but dont wana spend alot as I have been married for some time now and dont spend alot of time in the bedroom

    ML isnt good for stuff like classic rock etc so what would be suitable amplification for my rti8 in a small bedroom under $ 500

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    I'm facing the same question since I got my Dynaudios. My RTi8's are just sitting in our spare bedroom along with a set of fxi3s and some atrium 45's. My wife wants me to sell them all.

    If you have space in your master, you should definitely move the RTi8's there. Don't have an answer on which amp, other than to suggest that you have at least 200wpc

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    Quote Originally Posted by polkfarmboy View Post
    Should I keep my rti8's ??

    My logan theatre is nearly finished as all I need now is the surrounds but I dont have nothing in the bedroom except a htib

    Is there anything I could add to make them worth keeping ? My ML soure wouldn't benifit from tubes unless I spent 1K . I realy want to experience tube sound but dont wana spend alot as I have been married for some time now and dont spend alot of time in the bedroom

    ML isnt good for stuff like classic rock etc so what would be suitable amplification for my rti8 in a small bedroom under $ 500
    The RTi8's work well with a Harman Kardon HK AVR 354. Along with a CSi5 and a pair of FXi or RTi surrounds they would make a good HT setup in the master bedroom.

    Main HT/2 ch:
    Pioneer SC-07, BDP-05FD, Emotiva XPA-5 x 2, XPA-1 x 2,
    Polk Audio LSi25, RTi12 x 2, LSi15 x 4, LSiC x 2, PSW1000 x 4,

    MB HT/ 2 ch:
    LG 47LM5800, Pioneer SC-1523, BDP-23FD, Sony BDP-S790, Emotiva XPA-2, XPA-5,
    Polk Audio LSi25,15, CSi5, LSiFX, PSW505 x 4

    Listening Room 2 ch:
    McIntosh MC122, MC162, MC202, C15, C41, C42, MA6500, MA6900, MCD201, MCD301, MR85, MX130, MX134
    Emotiva RSP-2, RPA-1, ERC-2
    Adcom GCD 750, GFP 750, GFA 5802
    Polk Audio LSi7,9, 15

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    Quote Originally Posted by Huck344 View Post
    I'm facing the same question since I got my Dynaudios. My RTi8's are just sitting in our spare bedroom along with a set of fxi3s and some atrium 45's. My wife wants me to sell them all.

    If you have space in your master, you should definitely move the RTi8's there. Don't have an answer on which amp, other than to suggest that you have at least 200wpc
    My wifes making me go to ups today and send of my rti6 csi5 and fxi3's . I wanted to keep them for use with my second projector and have my dream theatre in the bedroom

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