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Originally Posted by Invincible
I was preferring the price point of the Home series (of course) and was semi-hoping for this opinion.
However this thought also crossed my mind. I've been living with "hodge podge" setups in the basement (Klipsch Reference setup for the living room) since our first house. It would be nice to match things up as well as possible when I upgrade the current basement HT. I was studying the in-ceiling comparison table and noted I'd have to move into Pro / Elite range to match tweeters. I guess the question is - would my ears - or my guests be able to tell the difference? My wallet sure could
What about ~6" vs 8"? The Pro P65-R is more expensive than say the Home H80-R (which I'm seeing is the same price as the H65-SM). I need to get more familiar with their lineup it seems...
If you really want to go with the higher end ones, you can certainly do so. The overheads will mainly just provide sound effects and ambient sounds. anything from the Paradigm catalogue will be voice matched. If you were using in ceiling speakers as mains, the higher end stuff might make more sense, but for atmos the less expensive ones will work quite nicely.
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