Anybody has any idea how it's used the "Front Heigh/Wide" channel on a 7.1 receiver?
If I connect 2 Klipsch RF-52 on the Front left-right, and Bose 5.1 on the Front Heigh left-right, Center, Surround left-right...when I will listen surround, I guess I will hear both fronts (Klipsch, and Bose)...
But when I will listen stereo, I will hear only the fronts (Klipsch), or I will also hear fronts heigh (Bose fronts)?
Here is the Pioneer VSX-922 Rear Picture
Don't worry, I haven't bought the Bose system, it was a gift, so it's not an option to sell it. Even if I could sell it, I wouldn't get more than 400$ for it. With 400$, I could get a 5.1 like Boston Acoustics XS, which are muuuch worse than Bose, for movies. I have to admit though, that you have to be crazy to pay 1000$ for 10 cube Bose speakers.
I know it's not the best option to mix Bose with Klipsch speakers, but for movies Bose it's more than OK, and using Klipsch as fronts (and Bose as Center, Surround left-right and Front Heigh left-right), it would sound even better.
For music they are not that good, so I would use only Klipsch.
First I have to get the receiver, and for the moment I am chosing Pioneer 922, that will be released next month. Second, I will get the speakers for music, 2 Klipsch RF-52, and maybe another subwoofer (Pioneer S-51W
) and then another center (Klipsch RC-42