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Old 01-08-2015, 12:33 AM - Thread Starter
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Question Speakers on the ceiling . Any ideas?

Well it's that time . Getting ready for object based surround now that DTS has finally has thrown their hat into the ring . My ceilings studs are not exactly in optimal spots so I was thinking about pro audio mounting trusses that can go from wall to wall and would be able to support the speakers up there . For those of us that don't have drop ceilings what would be the alternatives . PS no up - firing speakers . I want all the speakers to match and from what I've read ceiling mounted provides the best usage of these formats .

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Nice options . I have not yet read an article about it but why would you not want to use the same brand of speaker as your mains .

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