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    Looking at going completely in wall (except maybe Sub) using all Polk components. Wondering what the complete top of the line set up would be 7.1 for in-wall. Cost not really a worry. Looked last year at doing this however a lot of the components are no longer available

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    Definitely wouldn't go in-wall for the sub. Everything else should be ok if it's what you really want. Is this for a dedicated theater? Just curious what your motivation is for going in-walls.
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    It is a dedicated room however space is the main reason. Are in walls that bad?

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