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Originally Posted by andylewisdvm
Attached some images of the room that speakers will be going in. Images are from zillow, so ignore furniture and tv on wall. None of that will be there.
The image of built in is a projected example of something I am having contractor build but can be altered to fit speakers, AVR, etc...
for this size room, and I will have either a monolith 10 or RSL 10S sub, should I go with 6.2 or 5.2
The few bucks difference doesn't matter to me.
Listening really only to tv and movies. Have kids, so likely won't really get to jack up volume that high very often.
Also, if for any reason someone says 5.2, than what center? Still a 6.2 or the C5.2?
Love an opinion as well how these speakers compare to polk signature S20.
I have (4) B6.2's and a C6.2 plus a Monolith 10 in a room smaller than yours. I've had this setup for about a month and a half. These guys are over-achievers. They are great with movies and music. I have never heard the RSL 10S nor the Polk Signature 20's, so I can't help you there. I know it's a tough choice without being able to actually audition them in your home.
Main 4K Setup: LG OLED55E6P, Oppo UDP-203, Denon AVR X-4500H,AudioSource 2 channel amp,(3) Hsu CCB-8 bookshelf speakers, (2) Hsu HB-1 speakers,(Monoprice Monolith 28" speaker stands, (4) Dayton Audio IO655B speakers, Hsu VTF-2 and VTF-3 subs, 10" Monolith THX sub, Roku Ultra, Amazon Fire TV4K, Monoprice premium certified HDMI cables