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    Default Presence Speakers with RTiA9s?

    For HT uses, what does everyone recommend to use as High Presence speakers with RTiA9s? RTi A1 or RTi A3?

    As far as the rest of the system is concerned: CSiA6, FXiA6s, two DSW Pro 600s - Denon AVR-3311

    Future plans of adding an Emotiva XPA-3 to power the center and the towers

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    Nothing? Are presence speakers that over-rated?

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    I use theA7's as wides haven't tried any high's.
    Home Theater
    Onkyo PR-SC5508 Sharp LC-70LE847U
    Emotiva XPA-5 Emotiva XPA-2 Emotiva UPA-2
    Front RTi-A9 Wide RTi-A7 Center CSi-A6 Surround FXi-A6 Rear RTi-A3 Sub 2x PSW505
    Sony BDP-S790 Dishnetwork Hopper/Joey Logitech Harmony One Apple TV
    Two Channel
    Oppo 105D BAT VK-500 w/BatPack SDA SRS 2.3 Dreadnought Squeezebox Touch Apple TV

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    Both RTi a1's & a3's will work fine. I like the size of the a1's for front height speakers, they're not as deep. No need to break the bank for front height speakers.

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