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post #1 of 2 Old 03-09-2012, 08:52 AM - Thread Starter
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Looking for speaker suggestions for back surround and front wides. Need something that would be wall mountable for the back surrounds and stand mountable for the front wides. Prefer something on the smaller size scale. Would mainly (99% of the time) be used for movies and home theater but might also use the back surrounds for Dolby Pro Logic, DTS and 7 channel stereo at times. I realize I can probably go with any inexpensive satellite speaker for movie surround effects but wanted to go a little better for the times I do listen to music. Was looking at the Polk OWM3 (http://www.amazon.com/Polk-Audio-On-...d=OSE59WP6B9C9 ) only because it looks like a flexible mount design, size is fairly small and I happen to like the Polk sound and quality. I could spend more to get better sound quality but is it necessary?

My fronts and center are Infinity Prelude MTS and Infinity Alpha Bipole/Dipoles for surrounds and I would be using Audyssey XT/XT32 which should eliminate the need to keep the brand in the Infinity family.

Any suggestions are appreciated!
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Just keep with Infinity. The Polks don't even come close.
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