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Originally Posted by wse View Post
How about using 805D2 for Atmos!
Do you mean for the heights? If so from what I gather keeping an eye on the Atmos threads around here I get the impression no because I just don't see how you could mount them to the ceiling. You could build a custom wall mount like thrang had and mount them really high up on the walls but I'm not sure if doing that would even allow you to get the appropriate angles necessary to give the impression the sound was coming from over head in a x.1.2 setup. In a x.1.4 setup with say 2 mounted forward of the MLP and 2 mounted behind the MLP then perhaps but they may just be to easy to localize. I think the best way to go would be to add 2, 4, etc. CI800 series speakers. Only the CCM8.5 is designated as an in ceiling speaker but I suppose you could also use either of the in wall models, the CWM8.5 and CWM8.3.

Your current in ceiling setup, is that a single speaker or a pair and is it directly over the MLP? If it's a pair and it's over the MLP it looks like you are already set for the x.1.2 setup.

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The problem with incorporating Atmos and Auro 3D into the same processor is that they use speaker setups that are unique to, and not compatible with the other format.


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Maybe, please let us know if you go to CEDIA
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