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    Registered H2Xmark's Avatar
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    if you like your sound a little bright then take a look at the Klipsch line of speakers they have from in wall to tower speakers
    I also have had good luck with my Yamaha RX-V1,
    have fun shopping that was always the fun part for me

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    I would also reccommend that you try to stay with the same speaker line as they should sonically match. That being said mounting speakers in the ceiling will notgive you a optimum sound this is why I suggested the kef's as they fold out of the ceiling and retract when not in use. it all depends on the application as to what style of speaker to use. I agree with Audio you need to have everything interfaced.
    Hey Jon how is the project? and Business

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    Charter Member #1055/Moderator Charter Member GO4BROKE's Avatar
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    I love my Klipsch speakers, and my Sony electronics are pretty good.

    Forrest, are those speakers motorized? Pretty trick if they are.

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    They are motorized. They are also music sensing so they fold out when the music is on and retract when you shut the system down. They also sound good.

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    Charter Member #232 Charter Member Audiofn's Avatar
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    Forest due to the bus. Seemingly being on FIRE the project is going slow. Better then the alternative however of having all the time and no money. Still have not money however..... PM me the onfo on those Keffs. I may need some for a job coming up.

    Put your best foot forward!

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    A friend just had the KEF's put in during a rebuild of his house. They are awesome. His have a delay feature so they don't flap up and down when you turn the stereo off and on. About 3 minutes after the sound is turned off-bzzzzzzz-up into the ceiling they go. I believe the center and front speakers are also matched since all the grills are similar. If you need specs, let me know and I'll get them from him.
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