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I did a quick read of your manual, it says that as long as your set to LFE + , you should have complete control and shouldn't be an issue when a speaker is set to larger.


Manuals, who reads manuals?


Thanks, I will give it a try.

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So, finally got around to wiring the bedroom, considering what I'm used to is not bad at all:
HK AVR-347
4x ProCinema 100's
C-2 Center
100TL sub
Still needs a little more tweaking but it fills the 16x14 space nicely.

Also, as I said in the "what do you have" thread, GF thought the BP-20's were too big for the living room, so put those in the surround position, moved those PB-10's up for wides, even though it's overkill it actually works out really well since the room is so big (25x25). Finally had some time to put everything through its paces also, "Getaway" with the wides, then "Gravity" with the heights, and yes the heights do really make a difference, more so than the wides, but i attribute allot of that to the sound staging of the 2000's, and considering the size of the room and the 9.6" ceilings, but I truly could see where in a smaller room they may not have as great of an effect. But no matter what, I think the effort and extra expense was well worth it, if nothing more than to have the option of using either of them.

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Ordered Promonitor/Procenter 1000 for L/C/R, need in-ceiling for rears. Suggestions?

My room is roughly 15 x 17 and I have already purchased the following:

Samsung PN60F8500 Plasma TV.
Xenon AVR-2000 Receiver.
Sony BDP-S6200 Blu-Ray.
2 Promonitor 1000 White Speakers L/R.
1 Procenter 1000 White Speaker Center.
I have an older subwoofer already.

The only thing left that I need are 2 in-ceiling speakers for the surround sound system.
I am clueless on what to get and would appreciate your input.

Suggestions? What size & brand? Where to buy?

Thanks in advance

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Well, if you want to stay with DefTech, and are only doing 5.1, I would use the UIW BP/A, matching 5.25" drivers, and better sound dispersion than a single driver speaker.
At least that would be my first choice for an in-wall/ceiling speaker, without breaking the bank.

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My room is roughly 15 x 17 and I have already purchased the following:

Samsung PN60F8500 Plasma TV.
Xenon AVR-2000 Receiver.
Sony BDP-S6200 Blu-Ray.
2 Promonitor 1000 White Speakers L/R.
1 Procenter 1000 White Speaker Center.
I have an older subwoofer already.

The only thing left that I need are 2 in-ceiling speakers for the surround sound system.
I am clueless on what to get and would appreciate your input.

Suggestions? What size & brand? Where to buy?

Thanks in advance

Anthony
The PC2000 is a better match to the PM1000s. Can you swap the PC1000 for the PC2000? The naming convention DT used for the series is silly...

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New Def Tech Owner

I recently bought a set of Def Tech speakers before I found this thread. I've really learned a lot after reading over 100 pages. I wish I had found it before I made my purchase but I think what I got will do nicely.

I'm moving soon so I haven't set it up yet but this is what I have:

4 BP10b's
1 CS-8040HD
2 SR-8040BP's
2 SuperCube 8000's

I'll be running it all through a Pioneer SC-1223-K.

I'm still searching for a place but my mainly I looking for a place with a nice room for my home theater set up, and an awesome shower that's in my price range.

I know I'm going about this backwards but I'm upgrading from a Logitech 5.1 system so I'm sure I won't be disappointed in the sound.

What would be the minimum room size for this setup.
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