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I'm planning to set up an FP system in my basement. I'll be projecting against a wall, and I am going to use in-wall speakers for the right, left, and center channels. Because of the way that the basement is laid out, the seating area will be 4 or 5 feet from the back wall and will be much closer to one side wall than the other. As far as the surrounds go, I guess that my options are:


1) use in-wall speakers and mount them in the wall behind the seating area (in which case I could use the exact same brand and model as the front speakers), or


2) mount the surrounds on stands on either side of the seating area (so they would have to be different from the fronts).


Any thought as to which is better? Also, would it be better to mount the center front speaker above or below the screen, and should all three be at the same height (either above or below the screen) or is it better to have the R and L at ear height and the center high or low?


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