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Came across your post and thought it wouldn't hurt to chime in where we could offer assistance on any technical aspects of the product and giving as much as an unbiased opinion as possible. Getting started with the 4103s as you mentioned you were considering; you won’t quite get as much lows or heavy bass as you may want but the mids to highs should be clean and clear. These should be sufficient for the 3 rooms you mentioned but if you want that extra volume and bass may want to consider the 8”. With the 7604s and 7605s as “highdefav1” mentioned they are 6ohms unlike the majority that are 8, but will still work in the ideal situation if you wanted, just will need a little extra power to drive them. They can work for your front three L,C,R or if you chose to go with a traditional center you can go with the 6317. If you want to still hear some lows and the occasional bass rather it be with music or movies you may want to stick with the double woofer 7605s for the rear. It doesn’t hurt mixing in a few 4929s as well for a 7.1 or if you just wanted additional lows, but nothing like a good powered sub-woofer I imagine you already have in place.
With the garage being a relatively small area and with you not really planning on driving the speakers in this arena very loudly, I see no reason the 4104s wouldn’t get the job done. As for the exterior speakers 7496 I’m afraid isn’t outdoor rated but have the advantage of being active. We do have some 5 ¼” indoor/outdoor speakers you may want to consider and they are also waterproof in 6971. We just thought we would share some feedback on the questions and concerns you had without any biased opinion and only giving our two cents. If you find yourself with any other queries please feel free to contact us at email@example.com or via our live chat.
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