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  1. Wuzzer, Thanks for the comments,I concur with your statement. My wife on the other hand does not. I’ve already wired for in wall but that doesn’t mean I can’t use that wiring for external speakers. Off my room dimensions above what would you suggest as external speakers for 7.1 system? Perhaps I’m too narrow minded thinking bigger is better perhaps you can suggest some ideas?
  2. I’m finishing up the basement with a 7.1 movie theatre. The room length is 17 (L), 14 (w), 9 (h). I’m struggling on what in-wall Klipsch to get. The stereo I’m using is 125-150 watts per channel. I’m far from an expert and need assistance on what in wall speakers to get. The person helping me has suggested the following speaker type set-up. center - any 2 way speaker (will use my ref-52 center, I’ll use this till I determine optimal screen hight.) front left/right - 3 way speaker Sides and rear - any 2 way speaker base - reusing from my ref-52 when looking at the following speakers my friend helping suggested the 75w rms is too low for the stereo I will be using. Can someone elaborate on this? For my left and rights I've been looking at R-5502 (Power Handling 75w/300w) Pro-250-RPW (Power Handling 75w/300w) kl-6502 THX-8000-L but it’s overkill for the room size and too pricey right now. i have no clue on the sides and rear, please any suggestions that would make this theatre sound spectacular. I did build a riser and I’m anticipating 5 chairs on the back row back against the wall and 3 chairs neon the riser. thank you for your help in advance. thanks, Greg aka Battletroll I’m finishing up tiling the bathroom today will get a pic of the full room loaded up later today. For now all I have is this.
  3. I’m finishing up the basement with a 7.1 movie theatre. The room length is 17’ 9” and width is13’ 8”. It’s time to buy the in-wall speakers, I’m struggling with the wattage on most of them being 75 watts / 300 watts. I’m assuming the rms is 75 then? My stereo is 150 watts, I’m concerned these speakers won’t work for my left and right: R-5502 Pro-250-RPW This works but is an older thx model kl-6502 would love the THX-8000-L but it’s overkill for the room size and too pricey right now. can someone please provide some input would I be good with the pro-250-rpw or r-5502, or any other input is appreciated. thanks, Battletroll
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