Yes. But the up firing Atmos setups don't usually work very well if at all. That particular package is OK but you could do better by piecing something together. Same for the subs. They're an OK start but it would be better to buy one better sub than 2 mediocre ones.Hi all,
Likely a very noob question. I am going to slowly but surely upgrade my AV experience but was looking to start with audio and be patient for better TV deals down the road. If I have an Apple TV (the newest version) connected to an AVR (looking at Yamaha RX-V6A/TSR-700) which powers the Klipsch Reference Dolby Atmos Surround System (2 - R-625FA Tower Speakers; 2 - R-41M Bookshelf Speakers; 1 - R-52C Center Channel Speaker), will I still be able to get the Atmos sound even if my TV is from the bygone era?
And yes, this is very much the Costco set up but if anyone has better suggestions for a budget level Atmos set up, I will be very appreciative of your advice. I already bought 2 of the Klipsch R-12SW subs (they went on sale last month) so I have that as my starting point but everything else is a blank canvas.
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