My room is 30x13x8.5 with an opening; I was considering a similar setup and decided on T0's and C2+. After having this setup, I don't think I'd need the bigger towers (my use is 90% HT). Most of the sound comes from the center. The setup can get pretty loud. You should be fine with T0 and C2+.emotiva t1 c2 b1 surrounds monolith 10 sub
emotiva t0+ c2 t0+ surrounds monolith 10 sub
room 15 x 15
interesting that it would be a side ways move since one pair sells for $60 and the other sells for $230. do you mean it would be a side ways move since they will be used as height speakers or in general?IMO it would be a side ways move. The Dayton speakers have the same air motion tweeter (AMT). Other than a difference in crossovers they are probably more alike than not.
Those Dayton speakers sound pretty good from what I read of them, having never heard them, only comments and short reviews. It's probable that Emotiva uses better crossover parts. I don't think the Emotiva speakers will sound 4x better since they are 4x the price of the Dayton speakers.interesting that it would be a side ways move since one pair sells for $60 and the other sells for $230. do you mean it would be a side ways move since they will be used as height speakers or in general?
I bought these speaker mounts off Amazon and they have worked greatHas anyone ever drilled a hole into the B1's to attached a speaker mount to? My living room setup really only let me hang the speakers from the ceiling.
Or if someone has a third party speaker mount that will accomplish this, I would be all ears.