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    Default 2-ch in-wall, no sub - any recommendations?

    I'm looking for an in-wall stereo pair for a secondary living room, running as multiroom speakers from my HK AVR635.

    Do you think any of the Polk in-wall offerings have enough low end going to be used sub-less for stereo music only? My assumption is that most of these are intended as surrounds for a 5/6/7.1 system.

    Any recommendations for in-walls from Polk or other manufacturers?

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    http://www.definitivetech.com/loudsp..._bipolar_.html

    Yall get about 35-40hz from them with the proper amplification...
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    Get the F outta' here Sid, what website do you think you are on? Deftech, pffft.

    Hell yes Polk inwalls can stand alone musically, you've got a great selection to choose from.

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    plenty of inwalls out there that should be great for stereo in a second room, Polk or other mfg. go out a get a listen and see what you like in your budget.
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    Where is the remote? Where is the $%#$% remote!

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    "Any recommendations for in-walls from Polk or other manufacturers? "

    If he wants to see what Polk offers, all he has to do is click at the top of his screen...

    I am giving him more options.

    :)

    Boston Acoustics offers an 8" inwall that has very impressive bass, I've heard them outdoors on a screened in patio - very nice, not sure of the price though...
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    You're Sandy's whore, and you know it. Now, go play some music.
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    I am... what can I say...

    Although the LSi inwalls are freaking awesome, but very expensive - the dual midbass inwall LSi is twice the price of what I linked him too ;)

    Disclaimer -

    I AM NOT SAYING THEY ARE BETTER... DOWN ROVER DOWN!
    Last edited by VR3; 01-19-2006 at 07:10 PM.
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