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Hello! I am considering using three A26 Loudspeakers for my R-L-C for part of a 5.1 surround system. It will be 80% for watching movies.

Will I have any issues if the speakers are in a closed cabinet? I am also considering NHT Absolute Zeros, so any feedback would be welcome.

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Are you gonna leave the cabinet closed while you listen to them?

Do you have a pic of the cabinet?

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Good question! Thanks afrogt!

Here is a rendering of the cabinet. R-L-C stored up top and a sub down below, with the components stored to the right of the tv. Will use in-wall for the backs. As you will see, the scale is a little off, but this pretty much how it will look.

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