Originally Posted by retro124
Even better, one more reason to go for it when you can get good discount. Keep us posted , btw we love pictures.
I have a full atmos enabled set up
Running klipsch rp 280fa towers in front
And 140 rp's on top of the 260's.
Now I wanna go in wall but I don't wanna lose too much sound qaulity.
I tried out the in wall r-5626 which was okay
But I've been trying out the in wall R-5800 an wow, they sound as good as the 260 towers.
During this time I mounted the 140rps high on the side wall for better atmos, do you recommend this?
It's actually worked really well.
So I was thinking going in wall R-5800 for surrounds
And the in ceiling cdt-5800's for atmos in the rears
And keep my 280fa's in front?
Or should I go in ceiling cdt-5800s for front atmos too?
Can you run atmos enabled and in ceiling atmos at the same time