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Originally Posted by WabbaJ
Thanks for the tip man. I'm currently in a rental home and using wall mounts may be difficult since I don't want to damage the walls. Also, getting speaker stands for bookshelfs is sometimes more expensive in total than a pair of floorstanding speakers.
But, I can pony up a little more cash in order to do things right, and if that means a quality bookshelf+stands or mounts, I'll go that route.
If its not too much trouble, when you find a good deal MIX, could you please indicate that it would be good for rear/surrounds? I'd really be grateful.
The Polk store on ebay has the Monitor 60 SII for $99.99/each. With the 20% code these would be $79.99/each. That's a hard deal to beat on some good budget towers. If you got some small platforms you could use these as surrounds. I bought another pair of these a few weeks back when newegg had them $80/each and am really enjoying them. http://www.ebay.com/itm/Polk-Audio-M...QAAOSwAPVZKHZY
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