While I realize in-ceiling home theater is not the ideal way to go, it's the only option I have. This is a family room setup, not a dedicated theater.
The way the room is pre-wired, the surrounds are actually to the sides "above" the seating/viewing area, instead if behind it (there's a wall right behind the sofa.)
So my question is, what would be the best way to orient the surrounds?
I am planning on getting a set of in-ceiling speakers with the adjustable/angled setup to allow me to aim things at the seating area, and for the surronds, I wonder how I would best be served. Aiming them at the seating? Or at the back wall? Maybe at the side wall (the back and side walls are equidistant from the speakers)
And while I'm at it, any recommendations for speakers? Looking at the Jamo 610 series, the JBLs, maybe the Klipsch (though I don't really want to spend $1000 per speaker... I think it's unnecessary given the application.)
Thanks for any input!