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Surround and speaker choice?

Hello all, and thanks for your advice up front.

I'm currently running an EPSON 4010 and just purchased a Denon AVR-X3600H.

My current setup is 5.1, with ELAC Fronts, an Athena Center, Infinity 10" sub, and Polk Audio RC60i for my surrounds. So yes, it is a mixed bag.

My plan is to run a 5.1.2 ATMOS setup right now, then potentially graduate to 5.1.4.

My first question is, are the polks good enough for the ATMOS height speakers?

My second is, based on my current quality, what would be a reasonable floor stand surround speaker? They don't offer a lot of audio so I'm hoping I can do this for a decent price.

And the third is, how important is it to have the same speaker brand across the board?

Thanks again.

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