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I currently have Definitive Tech BP2000TL's and a CLR3000 Center with BPX rears but my new house is almost done being built and I was thinking of going to Speakercraft Aim 8 in ceiling speakers. I am not a big music or movie watcher but I do not want to be disappointed.


Would I be better off Keeping my big center channel and not use a ceiling speaker? Or would I be much better off installing wall mount Speakercraft speakers at eye level (when standing up) for the C/L/R speakers.


Last option would be keep the BP2000TL's and CLR3000 and getting in ceiling for surrounds as no back wall for my BPX's. But I really am looking for a smaller solution.


Thanks much for any advice you have.
 

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You would be better off putting them in the walls. If the drywall is not up yet, use the opportunity to create an in wall speaker cabinet.


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Originally Posted by venomcoupe /forum/post/16852732


Kind of the problem is that the walls are up and painted.

The walls, (and presumably the ceiling), are up and painted... and *now* your trying to decide about in-wall/in-ceiling speakers?
Is the wiring run for either option?


Craig
 
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