Join Date: May 2016
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RSL Speakers Owners Thread
Curious about going with an all CG-24 system x 7 channels vs CG-24's for only center or all three RLC and CG-4's for sides and rears? I'm ready to put the order in any day now and wondering if it may be worth it to put another $75 into each speaker x 7 for the all CG-24 system and then possibly getting 4 CG-4's to mount up high and aim straight down for Atmos and keep the ability with the right mounting hardware to run at a 45 degree angle for Auro 3D. I'm chasing that perfect combo of Atmos, Auro, and DTS layout with as little redundancy as possible and cannot come to a definite conclusion. Would you go with RSL in-ceiling speakers instead? I can't decide, because I want to hit all formats if possible without too much compromise on any of them. I don't mind the look of speakers mounted in the open, so that's not a concern. I have a DENON AVR 6200 for 9 of 11 channels and I picked up a Marantz 7025 Amp for the two remaining. Also curious where you all would put the Marantz in play. Left and Right up front? It's published as slightly less power than the 6200, but I'm guessing it would be more powerful in reality than the 6200 with all channels running. Possibly much more. Also going with the double wireless 10S subs and I'd love any input you have on these variations. My room is an oddball shape and about 21 x 17 with 12 foot ceilings. Hardwood floors, but lots of soft stuff in there to catch reflections though it opens up into an adjoining room and up a staircase. I'm ready to add more to catch reflections of need be. I'm using a 4K UHD Samsung 8500 at 65 inches for my monitor and may add a projector option over the top of it at some point for a bigger screen. I can go up to 8 feet wide (width, unsure of diagonal, but tall ceiling) but if I did that, I may have to reconsider RLC placement. Thank you for your assistance. Very much appreciated.
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