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Originally Posted by Darkneo
So last week I got a nice deal on a Denon X3200 AVR. Since it supports Atmos and I have a few extra speakers... I figure I will put them to some use. My current setup is nothing that great: Klipsch F-20 plus a C-20 for the center, surrounds are the S20's, and the sub is a SUB-10.
The AVR supports 5.1.2, so I will be adding 2 height speakers. I'm thinking of using 2 satellite speakers from my old Klipsch Quintet 3 set. They should be good right? As far as placing goes, I'm thinking of mounting them on the ceiling. I just wanted to know if I should place them in the front, middle or rear? and if I should have the facing towards the listening area (if they are in the middle or front).
I'm a noob when it comes to most of this. All I have learned, I learned reading things on this forum.
Most recommend top middle if you have only one set of overhead speakers.
Quad Marantz AVR 9.2.(4+2) Atmos/DTS:X using Dual sr7010's + Dual scAtmos nr1403's
Marantz MM8003 150W/ch Amplifier Driving (L/C/R/SL/SR/SBL/SBR)
HTD Speakers L3 Tower L/R, L3 Center, Dual 12" L3 Subs, L2 Tower SL/SR, L2 Bkshlf SBL/SBR, Flat Panel WL/WR, Angled 6.5" In Ceiling FH/RH, 8" In Ceiling TM
Epson 5040UB Faux-K/3D with 106" Multi-Format Screen.