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I'm thinking about getting these B&W speakers to be used as my two main fronts:

http://www.bwspeakers.com/index.cfm/...l%20DM603%20S3


My question is, do they stand high enough as is or would I need to raise them or something? They would be used mainly for home theater, with music secondary.

Nice speakers. Congratulation
 

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They stand 35.8 inches high by the way. They look higher in the pictures. Actually I was sorta surprised at how low they actually are but I guess the tweeter is about ear level when sitting down so it should be ok?
 

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Yes my polk towers are 33 inches high
 

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Originally Posted by mediahound /forum/post/0


I'm thinking about getting these B&W speakers to be used as my two main fronts:

http://www.bwspeakers.com/index.cfm/...l%20DM603%20S3


My question is, do they stand high enough as is or would I need to raise them or something? They would be used mainly for home theater, with music secondary.

I have the same speakers and i think you've made a great choice,i love mine.What will you be using for amplification?
 

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I have the same speakers and i think you've made a great choice,i love mine.What will you be using for amplification?

I use an Outlaw audio 1050 AV Receiver which I believe has a clean 65 watts per channel .
 
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