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I am looking at different rear surround configurations and I am about to pull the trigger...


Boxy bookshelf types for the rears cannot be used. They have to be wall mountable.


I will be using Polk 70's for front, Polk CS2 for center, have an A2-300 sub and a Denon 1910 receiver.


I don't want to buy too much rear speaker but I also don't want to buy too little. I realize this is not a high end system but I want decent sound.


So far I have looked at Polk Owm3's and 5's. I have looked at Definitive audio and a few dipole/bipole setups.


Budget is up to about $300 ish and i am thinking that is probably too much speaker for this.


Any comments or suggestions are welcome.
 

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Why not go with Polk Monitor 30s they are wall mountable and they get good reviews for their size.
 

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Why not go with Polk Monitor 30s they are wall mountable and they get good reviews for their size.

The 30's are still boxy and the wife would not approve. I need something that isn't a box on the wall: something that has a little style to it other than just being a box..
 

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If you could provide room dimensions and the intended placement area, we could advise on the pros and cons of bi/dipoles or conventional front radiators.
 
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