3) JBL 3677- $1,399 for all three plus split shipping, in great shape. These speakers have been some of my favorite as they are killer on movies actually designed for use in small cinemas. Huge dynamics and 99db sensitivity, driven easily off Denon 4311. Perfect for use behind an acoustically transparent screen which is how I used them.
2) Klipsch RS 62 $600/pair plus shipping- 2 small holes in the grille of one speaker otherwise great. Very dynamic 97db also 8ohm (receiver friendly) and can easily keep up with any mains for surround use.
1) Yorkville U215 - $650 plus shipping- The cabinet has some scratches from use as it was purchased from a sound company. Functionally perfect no issues, also have factory metal grille. I had to purchase four to get 3. http://yorkville.com/loudspeakers/unity/product/u215/
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Oh, I wish I had the space for those JBL's, not to mention the shipping would be crazy. I had to do inwall speakers behind my yet to be purchased accoustically transparent screen due to lack of space in the depth of the room. I would have loved to have had these. Maybe one day when I have a decent sized room...
Only about 16' but I had to build a false wall on the screen wall because there is a window there. The inwall speakers are about as deep as I could go and still preserve the throw ratio I need for the screen size I want and the use of my anamorphic lens. Somebody should snap up these speakers. I'm thinking they would be kick-ass with some Crown XLS amps driving them. If there was a way for me to make it work I would but I feel like I'm pushing it already with trying to squeeze two rows of seating into basically a 12x16 spare bedroom. The speakers would probably be overkill anyway but that's what the hobby is all about I suppose.
Your set up looks nice. Is that linacoustic on the wall?
Thanks, there really isn't a usable setup at the moment becuase I decided a few years ago I wanted to change to a digital projector and scope setup. It's been in an unfinished state ever since as I have been in the bad habit of buying and selling equipment rather than just finishing it up and using it. I need to build a riser for the back row seats and get a screen bought and hung up. That is linacoustic on the wall and there is a wall and window behind all of that. I plan to cover the false wall with speaker fabric and then put the screen over that. In a different room I would use something like your JBL's. Man, those look sweet. What would you compare them to in the consumer world of speakers (Klipsch, Paradigm, Polk, etc.)?