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    Default What are the biggest differences I'll hear going from R series to RTi series speakers

    Currently I have the R300, CSR, R150, and an HSU VTF-1 sub.

    I will soon have RTI8 fronts, CSi5, fxi3, and the same sub.

    My receiver is a Harman Kardon AVR 635.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stangjason View Post
    Currently I have the R300, CSR, R150, and an HSU VTF-1 sub.

    I will soon have RTI8 fronts, CSi5, fxi3, and the same sub.

    My receiver is a Harman Kardon AVR 635.
    You'll be able to tell us shortly...:p.

    Seriously, macro detail, micro detail, soundstage, imaging, treble, midrange and bass definition. Pretty much all aspects of your audio experience will improve. The Rs are great budget speakers, but be prepared to have the blanket removed.

    Combo rig:

    Onkyo NR1007 pre-pro, Carver TFM 45(fronts), Carver TFM 35 (surrounds)
    SDA 1C, CS400i, SDA 2B
    PB13Ultra RO
    BW Silvers
    Oppo BDP-83SE

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