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Hello all,
I'm planning to move back to the States soon and have been researching a new set of 7.1 speakers.
I've been looking at several brands, reading reviews and scouring the forums.

I really have one burning question though...

Can you use floor standing loudspeakers for the fronts, rears and surrounds?
For example, 6 Pioneer FS52s plus a center channel and sub?
Would bookshelf speakers on stands be better?

I'm sorry if this is a totally silly question.
Thanks in advance!
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Hello all,
I'm planning to move back to the States soon and have been researching a new set of 7.1 speakers.
I've been looking at several brands, reading reviews and scouring the forums.

I really have one burning question though...

Can you use floor standing loudspeakers for the fronts, rears and surrounds?

Sure, why not?
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For example, 6 Pioneer FS52s plus a center channel and sub?

Seems OK subject to AFAIK not much being known about the speaker's performance other than anecdotes. Surely cheap enough.
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Would bookshelf speakers on stands be better?

Only if they fit into the room more conveniently or aesthetically.
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I'm sorry if this is a totally silly question.

Worst objective thing I can say is that they have slightly lower efficiency than average.

At the price, I'm not hoping to see any of the usual sites that actually measure speakers review them.
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