RSL C34E's as mains for surround?
I am currently in construction for a remodel and researching the set-up for a home theater setup in my living room. Because of architectural challenges, I'm limited to in-ceiling surround speakers in my 11' ceilings. I will have a 120" in-ceiling screen approx. 14-15 feet from the viewing area, a sofa against the back wall. I know, I know... in-ceilings aren't anyone's preference.
That said, it seems there are some options, and not all of them have to drain my bank account. Someone recommended the RSL C34e's. The owner of RSL has been very helpful in answering questions and assures we they'd be great, particularly because of my high ceilings. However, I'm skeptical. Does anyone have experience using these as mains? How did they sound? The angle is only 15 degrees, so the mains would be fairly close to the viewing area, about halfway between viewer/screen. But when positioned properly, did the speakers sound still feel as if it was coming from the screen/tv?
I've also been pointed to the ELAC Debute IC-DT61's. Looks like they would require a mounting box? The RSL's do not.
Any advice is appreciated.