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Originally Posted by brendelac View Post
$800 would be a steal for a new pair of 6.3s. My local FS has them on "clearance" for $750 each and yet I recall seeing them on sale for $499 each a few months ago. Future Shop has some wacky pricing practices.
Yup, they do!!! And the more we talk about it, the more I'm figuring their strategy out. It's a clever practice though, we practice it in our business, at a way lesser extent though... It's called "clustered pricing"

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Originally Posted by LDBecker View Post
Sorry to resurrect an old thread... But I just wanted to say Thanks to burkeydvm. I've had these speakers (non-i Veritas) for like a decade and have tried several times to clean the tops of the sticky residue and only made it worse. Even called Energy a year or so ago and they had no clue... But, other than the stickiness, I love my 7.1 cherry Veritas speakers.

I was giving my home theater some love this week - receiver died and time for something new... And thought I'd try one more time to search for a solution... Denatured alcohol really did the trick! I have 4 speakers with the rubber tops and rubber sides on the center... They are all now smooth and soft to the touch- and there's nothing that the dust will stick to! It took about 15 min a side with gentle rubbing with a soft cloth saturated in the alcohol, and a final wiped own and they are now smooth and not sticky at all.

So- thanks for posting this- these are absolutely great speakers, and they're now like new!


Edit: the tops of the speakers are now smooth black plastic, which looks GREAT. I think there was a rubberized coating on top of that originally, which, thanks to our LA smog, turned to gummy, stick goop. The denatured alcohol I used just removed that initial VERY THIN rubberized coating and took it down to the hard surface of the tops. The tops are still the 1/4" or so black plastic. If one wanted to, the tops could be sprayed with a rubberized coating again I suppose - they look/feel great as is at this point. Easier to dust as well! I'm not sure I want to risk it - LB
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Will try to post them after the holiday... thanks for asking - never posted a photo here before.
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Originally Posted by deano86 View Post
There may be more than just the shape for differences between the "C" in ceiling speakers and the "W" in wall designated speakers.... be sure to check the mounting depth specs between the two models... In ceiling speakers may be deeper as they are intended for the additional space typically afforded ceiling mounting, whereas the in wall speakers should for certain fit in the typical 2 X 4 stud frames as far as depth....
Just an update to this: Checking the specs on the site, shows that the EAS-6C has a mounting depth of only 2.75 inches!... so they would be fine for mounting in walls also... actually shallower than the EAS-6W's 3.25 inches... even the EAS-8C has a depth of only 3.25 inches..... so wall mounting in a 2x4 (1.5 X 3.5) studded frame wall should be no problem I would think....
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