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Why the LT series over the Z series? Z16 looks like it might be a good fit for your space.

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Why the LT series over the Z series? Z16 looks like it might be a good fit for your space.
Because they did away with the 10" driver model and I need to reach reference all the way back to the third row(30+ feet) preferably and the LT20 replacement isn't as loud as the LT10 more less the LT20. Then throw in the price difference of about $2000-$3000/screen speaker it adds up really quick since have to use their dedicated amps. I would rather go with Alcons from the start than do that I think. I haven't researched the Z series hardly at all since the price and output differences are so great but from what I have read they are a tad bit more refined.

I could be totally wrong how I'm looking at it but just don't see the z8s working out from behind my screen for all the non-LCR speakers.

I really wish they had a z10 then I think they would be a lot closer fit for sure. But, I'm all ears if I'm not seeing something or missing something. It just seems like they would be going backwards in terms of high SPL.
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How often do you need to hit reference in your third row?

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How often do you need to hit reference in your third row?
Lol not often but second row always and the z8s wouldn't work for that so would have to use the big boys for all screen speakers which would cost more than my entire speaker 32 ch setup. That's a lot of cash for just screen speakers.
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Makes sense. Can't wait to see it come together.

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