Originally Posted by zieglj01
All in all, closed-back speakers are the better way to go. Since, this is a major
concern with you > buy the closed-back speakers.
Thx Guys. I had some professional installers do a house survey and they suggested using Proficient speakers for whole house audio/background music. They are open to me buying the speakers as well.
I did some research and generally Proficient speakers do get good reviews?
Now, I also have two rooms that are set-up for 5.1 home theater -
1. Room 1
- Living room - This is the place I spend most time, have most parties etc and thinking of floor standing 3-4k
I was thinking B&W 683s + 685 or bookshelf 685s all the way (L, C, R)
2. Room 2
- Game room - The installers suggested using 'In-Walls' since its not critical listening per se, helps stay at a lower budget & floor standing would eat-up a lot of room as well.
Any suggestions for In-Wall speakers (5.1 set-up) in the 2 to 2.5k range
They are still working on the estimates for pulling wires, speakers installation etc, so don't have all details yet.
Appreciate any suggestions.