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4tanks1 02-19-2013 07:13 PM

Ceiling speakers ?
 
Hello everyone, I have a couple of questions I hope someone can help me with. I am getting my family room remodeled and the contractor told me if I bought some speakers he'd install them. I saw it suggested to someone Polk RC65i all the way around or possibly the Polk TC65i for the center. None of this means anything to me since I've never heard these speakers. Is this a good setup in your opinion or would you recommend something else? I don't mind spending a bit more if it's going to make a noticeable difference. Another question, where should the center speaker be mounted in a ceiling set up, between the RF and LF or closer to the sitting area? I'm using an Onkyo receiver
Thanks in advance::banghead:BTW I'm thinking of the 5.1 setup unless the 7.1 would be much better? it is a decent size room.

ImRizzo 02-20-2013 09:30 AM

Here are some in-wall and on-wall speaker reviews

http://www.hometheater.com/category/...peaker-reviews


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Originally Posted by 4tanks1 (Post 1301780)
Hello everyone, I have a couple of questions I hope someone can help me with. I am getting my family room remodeled and the contractor told me if I bought some speakers he'd install them. I saw it suggested to someone Polk RC65i all the way around or possibly the Polk TC65i for the center. None of this means anything to me since I've never heard these speakers. Is this a good setup in your opinion or would you recommend something else? I don't mind spending a bit more if it's going to make a noticeable difference. Another question, where should the center speaker be mounted in a ceiling set up, between the RF and LF or closer to the sitting area? I'm using an Onkyo receiver
Thanks in advance::banghead:BTW I'm thinking of the 5.1 setup unless the 7.1 would be much better? it is a decent size room.



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