Oddly I was about to post a similar question this morning and Viola here is this thread.. Coincidence?
Anyhoo- I have a nice little 5.1 system going in my living room right now that seems be a nice fit for the huge room its in.My amp is providing enough decent power to make me and other listeners happy for movie nights, however when it comes to simply listening to music, the Paradigm two way in wall speakers and little sub just are not quite doing it for me. I want to use a differnt set of main speakers when listening to music.
Question 1) Is there anything wrong with simply connecting a different set of mains to channel B and using it to listen to music in stereo?
Question 2) The Power Rating on Channel B should be the same as Channel A correct?
My current setup
AMP) Pioneer VSX-60
Mains) Paradigm AMS 250v.3 in wall
Center) Klipsh SC.5
Rears) Hand made (audiophile friend made some dual 6 paper cone/dual tweeter dipole surrounds)
Sub) Yamaha ( old YST-SW015, I know it sucks ut its what I have at the moment )
Wanting to Add Bose 901's or another set of Mains on Channel B for better stereo throughout the room.
Also, my room is huge, so I have been loaned some Bose 901s to test out becuase my room is so large.
Room is 20 wide by 41 long. and half of the room has a 20 ft ceiling the other half into the kitchen is a 10ft ceiling. Ill try to upload a picture with a room diagram.Edited by mickusa - 7/23/12 at 8:03am