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post #1 of 3 Old 11-28-2012, 09:52 AM - Thread Starter
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Trying to get an idea of what people are using in their dedicated home theater rooms for back surround speakers.
Please post pics of your back wall as well if you can.
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This is not the best photo (mine seldom are tongue.gif) but these are the JTR Slanted 8 speakers mounted in and around bass traps (flanking the projector) on my back wall. They are wall mounted and have a 30 degree front bevel that naturally aims them at my main LP. I also use these as height speakers in the front of the room in my 9.2 audio config.

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I have an all infinity beta setup so I am using 4 ES250's as surrounds, left right, back left, back right. These speakers have the option or dipole mode or regular, you can even run 2 cables to them to make a seperate left and right, for example one center rear speaker could be wired as left and right if you wanted it too. I love these speakers and run them in dipole mode. These a few years old now and hard to find.

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