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Arun Gupta

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  1. Thanks @MetropolisLakeOutfitters Do pre-construction bracket provide additional support and better sound quality as well?
  2. Planning to buy a pair of R 5800 W II and CDT 5800 C II for our home theater. The room is 28' x 14' and these are going in-ceiling and in-wall (rear) Are these the matching brackets? http://www.klipsch.com/products/architectural-accessories#ik-800-w http://www.klipsch.com/products/architectural-accessories#me-800-c Do these brackets add much value to the home theater experience? Arun
  3. Thanks @derrickdj1 @Scrappydue @RTR for recommending a bigger speaker. That was a big concern given the size of our room and I'm glad you spelled out it for me. @MetropolisLakeOutfitters would also look at 5000 series with Titanium tweeters. Local Fry's is beating all the online prices. Do you see any gotcha in that? Or something I need to be aware of?
  4. We are planning the following set of receiver, speakers and sub woofer for a 28` x 14` family room: - Receiver: Denon 6300H (7 channels in family room, 2-4 channels in backyard) - Left & Right: Klipsch RP 260 F - Center speaker: Klipsch RP 250 C - Rear in-wall speakers: Klipsch R 3800 W II - In-ceiling speaker in the middle: Klipsch CDT 3800 C II - Sub woofer: Klipsch R 110 SW - Monoprice 16 gauge for speaker - Monoprice 6 ft co-axial for subwoofer - Banana Plugs Our typical usage would be to watch movies, play games, parties etc. Would love to hear your thoughts on this configuration, particularly if the speakers, sub woofers and receiver are aligned well with each other. Is anything an overkill or can be simplified? Thanks, Arun
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