First let me say, Congrats to AntiGenX, AerialSound, JLeeMD, and Gillcup on their new 7T's!
It is great to hear excitement in the air about Aerial speakers!Bing really nice HT and I love the photo showing off your SR3's!
Maybe you can post a picture of the front of the room?
I have been a big Aerial fan for about 12 years and I have the 7B's, CC3B, and the SW12. I am currently using the B&W DS6 for the surrounds. I have been very happy with this set up and it has provided many happy years of joyful listening!Here are a few of my recent upgrades over the last few years:1. B&K Ref 50 pre amp to the Anthem D2V in January of 2010.
2. Remodeling the HT with stained wood walls, fabric acoustic panels, FO Star ceiling in the spring of 2011.
3. Upgraded my B&K amps to three McIntosh MC601's and Mac MC452 in November of 2011.
4. Arriving today are new Aerial Speakers!:
a. 20T 2V's
c. SW12 ( for a total of 2)
The first three will be in Rosewood. To say that I am a little excited is a bit of an understantment...
I want to keep my old speakers, but my wife says no to putting them in the den. So for right now they will just be put off to the side for now until I decide what to do with them.
I am going to have to hire someone to professionally calibrate the equipment with these new speakers and to get the ideal placement for them. Does anyone have a good person to recommend or where to look?
Also any recommendations on initial speaker placement would be great. The 2 subs will either have to go in the front L / R corners of the room, or in between the 20T 2V's and the CC5... ie 20T, SW12, CC5, SW12, 20T. My room is 23' X 18". There is only 3'3" on either side of the screen to wall measurements...
Thanks for any advice and again congrats to the above guys on your new speakers.