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    Red face help with my decision

    im starting with my first ht. i just buy a onkyo 603x and a RM6800 speakers system.
    The problem is that i heard the center speaker CS1 and i really sound amaizing.
    What would you recomend me if i would like to start with an CS1 but i prefer a satellite spekers for front an rear. Do you thing this could be a good idea?

    Do I really need a floor tower? my room its not good to have something in the floor, thats why im thinking on a wall sistem.

    How can you help me to choose

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    Welcome to the Forum!

    Monitor 30s might be a good match and fit your criteria.
    • Innersound Eros MK III hybrid ESL - Innersound Bass/Active Crossover amp - Sanders Sound ESL amp
    • SVS PB12-Ultra/2 sub
    • PS Audio GCP-200 preamp w/external PS
    • Bluenote Bellavista table w/Sig.5 arm and Dynavector 20-x - The Clamp - PS Audio GCPH
    • Wadia 301 CD transport - Schiit Gungnir DAC
    • MIT Shotgun S1 IC's and speaker cables
    • PS Audio P3 Power Plant
    • Panasonic 58" plasma - Denon 3805 - PS Audio GCA-250 - Revel Ultima Gems and LE1/Sub15

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    yea, i thougt so, but does monitor 30 arent to big to be hanging on a wall.
    do you thing the sattelites cant match with an CS1

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    IMO, you'll get better sound from R15 or M10 as satellites with the CS1 and PSW10 then you get from the RM6800 and at a lower price. I set up my budget 5.1 with M10's, CSM and PSW10 in a 14x19 room and I'm happy with the results for ht.

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