Mains: Rt800i's (not biwired)
Surrounds: Fx500's (sitting on top of RT600i's)
Reciever: H/K 320
Sun: JBL 250e
Power amp: none (wanted, needed badly)
Speaker Cable: 12 GS Sound King to all speakers
I'm terrible at reviews but here goes.
Let me just state that the mids and highs are very detailed, pronounced, solid. You can hear every ping, ding, clatter what have you..very crisp, seperated. And it fills the 15 x 15 room very nicely. Lows are solid with NO boominess (sic.) Surround is very nice with excellent front to back..left to right. You actually feel you are there listening to the planes coming from back to front and left to right.
However, for two channel the sub is not so seemless. I'm sure it is because of it's placement.
Let me just state that I replaced the mo#%$^ flatwire speaker cables with the Sound King stuff and also replaced the medium grade Mo#$^$ interconnects with the colbalt interconects. Not sure which had a greater effect but I do know I'm never going back to that crap. Biggest notice was the more pronounced midrange along with the dialogue. I have never enjoyed watching DVD-V and listening to DVD-A more.
Listening to Steely Dan's "everything must go" in 5.1 is nothing less than incredible. The subwoofer is absolutely seemless and the seperation is something to put a big smile on. Again I state very, very detailed. Mids and lows are very punchy, solid and highs are crisp..right on.
I think I found a setup I can live with for quite a while!!
Now to find me an amp....then i'm finished.
Note: For my listening pleasure and room acoustics the RTxxxi sure do kick but. Just my flav. Will be diiferent for others I'm sure.