I'm currently running a 5.1 system in my room consisting of Polk Audio Tsi 300 fronts, a CS10 center channel, two T300 bookshelves (monitor 30's w/ a different name) as surrounds and an SVS PC12 plus sub. all this is ran through a Pioneer VSX-1122-K receiver. I've been trying to figure out the best way to add rear surrounds to my set up to make it 7.1. My room is oddly shaped, the wall behind my seating area isn't strait w/ doesn't allow me to just simply attach speakers to the back wall. I've come down to my only options being either attaching small satellite speakers ie. OWM3's or Blackstone TL's to mounts from my ceiling or upgrading my center channel to a CS20 and putting my CS10 on a shelf directly behind my sweet spot (which I do have room for on my wall) and run 6.1. Have any of you guys opted for 6.1 over 7.1 because of oddly shaped rooms?
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5/19/13 at 12:52pm