Originally Posted by mp5475
Thanks for the demo reviews!
I am surprised to hear that many of you guys preferred the atmos speakers to the in ceiling speakers.
I know is difficult, but can you guys who have demoed, quantify degree of preference? 2 to 1? 3 to 1? Or just minimal?
Me too, but I'm happy of their findings. I think it would also work better for the vast majority of surround sound aficionados, me included.
I think Sanjey (or Marc) asked its group of people and four of them said they prefer the up-firing speakers over the ceiling ones. ...So it is significant.
Originally Posted by ellisr63
Yes, but what i am talking about is for Dolby Atmos height channels. I read that the channels need to be pinpoint dispersion, and I am wondering where people are getting these? Who makes a pinpoint dispersion speaker?
You mean in or on-ceiling (overhead) Dolby Atmos speakers, so now I see.
...And my previous answer still stands. ...Suggestions were given in this thread about some Tannoy speakers, and others of the coaxial variety. ...Just google coaxial speakers
But wait before you buy and position them; more is to come still.
And there are speakers from Onkyo, and Pioneer... Andrew Jones
; speaker's designer for Pioneer is still working in his lab.
* It seems to me that many members here are already jumping in wide open without even knowing all the ins & outs so far. Is this an euphoria thing where patience doesn't apply? ...