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Trying to fill a 6K cu ft room with $100 in-wall and in-ceiling speakers will be a challenge? I guess you could take a look at monoprice. What are you using now for speakers?
 

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I have to many windows on the walls so I have to use the ceiling. 20 feet is a long way up there... Any feed back or suggestions would be great. Even if I should up grade my reciever for more watts
 

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How about a 5-1/4 Inches Center Channel Micro-Flanged In-Wall Speaker - 8 Ohm, and 6, 6-1/2 Inches Dual Woofer- Micro Flange In-Ceiling Speakers - 6 Ohms OR.... 7, 6-1/2 Inches 3-Way High Power In-Wall Speaker from monoprice
 

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I guess I would start by tlistening to a few to see if you like the sound. You may be able to audition speakercraft at a neighborhood installer show room. Based on a budget of $700, I would recommend only spending $40-$50 on the 4 surrounds leaving $180 to $200 per front left, center and right main speakers. If possible, I would spend even more on your center speakers since the majority of the sound will come from there.


Hope this helps
 

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That dose Help thank you guys


So this is what I'm thinking about getting after your guys input.


4 surrounds - 6-1/2 Inches Dual Woofer- Micro Flange In-Ceiling Speakers 80W to 160W max
http://www.monoprice.com/products/pr...#specification


2- 8 Inches Kevlar 3-Way High Power In-Wall Speaker (Pair) - 100W Nominal, 200W Max
http://www.monoprice.com/products/pr...seq=1&format=2


and for my center speaker- MORDAUNT SHORT Aw162 Dual 6½" Inwall Speakers 180W max
http://www.accessories4less.com/make...specifications


One other question is the Switch 0, -3, -6dB. on the speakers. Why would I change them and what are they for?
 
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