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    Default 7.1 rears and sides?

    better for 7.1

    4 fxia6

    or

    2 fxia6 (sides)

    2 rtia1 (rears)

    or

    2 rtia1 (sides)

    2 fxia6 (rears)



    anyone?

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    If it were me (and it is since we are putting a theater area in our new house), I would go with option 2. You can always move from option 2 to 3 if you don't like it. It depends a bit on the size/shape of your room, too.
    "Don't forget to change your politician. They are like diapers they need to be changed regularly, and for the same reason."

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    Quote Originally Posted by seeclear View Post
    It depends a bit on the size/shape of your room, too.
    That and what else you are running as well. Keep in mind that a well placed/calibrated 5.1 will outperform a cramped up 7.1 anyday. Welcome to Club Polk.

    -Jeff
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    It's not that I'm insensitive, I just don't care.. :D

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