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However I am still concerned that the gear I am interested in and look at first is still out of stock. maybe they are consolidating their lines, which is a good thing. Anyway, If they are going to come out with new speakers, I hope they come out soon and uphold the standards that we value their products for. I am not interested in mediocre soundbars, I need a system that can fill a large room. 16'D x 18' W (24' if you count the open concept dining room) x 17'+ H. Fortunately my Micro80's system 8000 can fill a room that is 13'x24'x8' so I know its not a stretch for BA.
What type speakers are you looking for -- bookshelf or floor standing speakers?

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What type speakers are you looking for -- bookshelf or floor standing speakers?
what i am actually trying to do is build a 5.2.4 atmos setup and that may be skewing my responses. I was primarily looking at bookshelf speakers for the fronts but I want my speakers to match tonally.
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what i am actually trying to do is build a 5.2.4 atmos setup and that may be skewing my responses. I was primarily looking at bookshelf speakers for the fronts but I want my speakers to match tonally.
The A series Boston speakers are well reviewed -- The A26 is also a good option to use as a center channel. You can always by a pair from Amazon to test out
https://www.amazon.com/Boston-Acoust...rds=boston+a26

Use the A25 for surrounds on the 5.2
https://www.amazon.com/Boston-Acoust...rds=boston+a25

They also have the smaller A23
https://www.amazon.com/Boston-Acoust...rds=boston+a23

The HSi in ceiling is one to think about for Atmos
https://www.amazon.com/Boston-Acoust...208585&sr=1-10

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[QUOTE=zieglj01;50794177]The A series Boston speakers are well reviewed -- The A26 is also a good option to use as a center channel. You can always by a pair from Amazon to test out
https://www.amazon.com/Boston-Acoust...rds=boston+a26

Thank you for your recommendations. The specs on the A series are definitely in line with everything else I've looked at so far. I think will pick up a pair of the A26's or A25's and to test. At least I will end up with good pair of speakers for a 2.0 setup or adding to current BA setup for a 5.1.2 system in the den, which will get more daily use than the living room system because it's closer to the bedrooms.

It would definitely be cool to experience the Boston sound in atmos.
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The specs on the A series are definitely in line with everything else I've looked at so far. I think will pick up a pair of the A26's or A25's and to test. At least I will end up with good pair of speakers for a 2.0 setup or adding to current BA setup for a 5.1.2 system in the den, which will get more daily use than the living room system because it's closer to the bedrooms.

It would definitely be cool to experience the Boston sound in atmos.
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The A series Boston speakers are well reviewed -- The A26 is also a good option to use as a center channel. You can always by a pair from Amazon to test out
https://www.amazon.com/Boston-Acoust...rds=boston+a26
Shall I take that as you don't get any level of boxiness from the A26 when used as a centre? My listening room isn't very large at all, but I never could get mine to perform in this position without sounding strained. Could be some acoustic phenomenon pertaining to the room rather the speaker.
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