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Speakers for overhead Atmos 0.4

Hello - looking for recommendations on overhead 0.4 speakers for Atmos which are fairly inexpensive. Max spend about $300 all together. Also is there any attachment to an fix it to while hanging?

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I highly recommend the RSL C34e if you can stretch your budget a little more


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Hello - looking for recommendations on overhead 0.4 speakers for Atmos which are fairly inexpensive. Max spend about $300 all together. Also is there any attachment to an fix it to while hanging?

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Two pairs of these would do the trick just fine.

https://www.accessories4less.com/mak...te-pair/1.html

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Doesn't go into ceilings and seems refurbished

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Doesn't go into ceilings and seems refurbished

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Nothing wrong with refurbished but if you want in ceiling speakers these would be just fine.

https://www.crutchfield.com/p_107RC6...dio-RC60i.html

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these guys have a good selection of in ceiling speakers and they sound good for atmos.
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these guys have a good selection on in ceiling speakers and they sound good for atmos.
Which guys?

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Nothing wrong with refurbished but if you want in ceiling speakers these would be just fine.

https://www.crutchfield.com/p_107RC6...dio-RC60i.html
That’s a great price for a pair of Atmos speakers.

They appear to be entry level speakers. Considering I have decent bed layer speakers, would these be a good choice for me to use as Atmos speakers? I was going to use the popular RSL C34E, but they are double the price. Think I’d even tell a difference?

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That’s a great price for a pair of Atmos speakers.

They appear to be entry level speakers. Considering I have decent bed layer speakers, would these be a good choice for me to use as Atmos speakers? I was going to use the popular RSL C34E, but they are double the price. Think I’d even tell a difference?
One AVS member went from something good, (don't remember the brand), to the RSLs and while he loved the RSLs opined that he wasn't really sure he could tell much of a difference so if money is tight go with the Polks.

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