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Old 03-07-2015, 07:38 PM   #1  
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Default Klipsch B20 speaker and receiver pairing

I recently purchased some Klipsch B20 speakers for a good deal and am working on pairing them with center, surround, and receiver. I would think they would pair with the C20 and S20 Klipsch but on klipsch website they pair them with the C10 and S10. the C20 and S20 are slightly higher wattage rating but the C10 and S10 have a way lower wattage rating. So Iím kind of confused as to the proper ones to go with? or should i go with completely different ones? i donít know how important it is to have the same speakers etc.

other issue is pairing these speakers with a proper receiver. especially considering the wattage issues mentioned above.

i already have a sub so im trying to keep it under $500. any help is appreciated.



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this will easily fill your needs http://www.accessories4less.com/make...airplay/1.html
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so based on that reicers power rating im guessing you think its better to go with the higher rated C20 and S20?
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That is sorely tempting me.
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That is sorely tempting me.
Same. Almost pulled the trigger but I need built in wifi.
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It has an ethernet port so you can hardwire it or just get a wifi adapter.
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edit - or get this

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Built-in Bluetooth, WiFi, AirPlay, and DLNA
Stream your favorite tracks wirelessly to the AVR-X1100W via Bluetooth and WiFi. The Bluetooth wireless feature remembers up to 8 different Bluetooth source devices, and features automatic power on and pairing. Via your WiFi home network, you can stream your favorite tracks from Pandora, SiriusXM and Spotify subscription services (not all services available in all markets). You can also choose from thousands of internet radio stations. Dual antennas assure reliable and stable Bluetooth and WiFi transmission and reception.

You can also stream your favorite music from your Apple devices, including the iPod touch, iPhone and iPad via the built-in AirPlay feature. Content on your PC or Mac via the DLNA 1.5 compatibility is even possible. An RJ-45 wired LAN port is provided for direct connection to your home network.
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Yeah. I'm looking hard at the X2100
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Rizzo,

Looking harder at the DENON you mentioned I see it is "reconditioned."
Are all accessories4less items "reconditioned?"
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Looking harder at the DENON you mentioned I see it is "reconditioned."
Are all accessories4less items "reconditioned?"
Not all - ones marked new are new (much fewer 'new' and deals not as spectacular). IMHO I would rather get a factory refurb because a) Full manuf warranty
b) Since going back out these units cosmetically indistinguishable from new have been much more carefully examined than new units at the factory and have greater reliability .

Many forum members have ordered from a4l and I am aware of no complaints.
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