I'm That Guy, don't be me
I toe mine in a little bit, but not straight toward the listening position. If you toe them too far, you start to lose the distinctiveness of the stereo effect.
The A1s have a keyhole bracket that can be attached to the back. The E1s have 2 keyholes on the back, but they stopped selling those about a year ago, glad I bought mine when I did.I have been on a quest to find speakers with a keyhole mount for surrounds, sadly the B1+ does not have a keyhole mount BUT, Emotiva was kind enough to send me the following;
Thank youThe front T1s should be better than the T0s, and the surround C0 should be better than the B1. The fronts are more important speakers than surrounds so I would guess the first option is better. I would add my Front T1s and C2 center arrived today and my first impression is they are great. Certainly better than what I had.
I agree with Tomander, the first option is the better way to go. I have 2 sets of T0s myself (fronts and front wides), but that is only because T1/T2s won't work in my room. Center/Left/Right are by far the most important speakers. The rest of the speakers are just support. Great speakers up front, decent speakers everywhere else.Which of the two is better ?
emotiva t1 c2 b1 surrounds monolith 10 sub
emotiva t0+ c2 t0+ surrounds monolith 10 sub