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Originally Posted by SChuntsman
Are these at all compatable? If so, how do I hook it all up? I read a thread here where someone suggested all I needed was a center front sub. That is great but I'd like to utilize the 7.2 AND my Bose wqith EQ. Is this even possible?
Thanks in advance,
Sorry but what do you mean "center front sub"?
I have a pair of the Bose 901 Concerto's. They have been packed away for a few years because I don't have additional space for a TWO CHANNEL system. That is what the 901's are, two channel, and a fun stereo pair of speakers. I read the same thread that you refer to. There is a way to use the 901's as left and right front speakers in a 5.1 or 7.1. Timber matching is going to be your problem. What do you plan on using for the rest of the speakers? IMO, you will not be happy with the 901's mixed in with other speakers in a home theater setting. Eight of the nine drivers fire out the rear of the speaker. You have a nice receiver with all of the newest features. Find a speaker package that is "up to date", and one that will incorporate itself into your system without rigging and modifying. If you didn't have to use the EQ that has to be used with the 901's, it would be a lot easier. Do you already own the
901's? What are the other speakers.
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