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Youthman Finally Upgraded to Dolby Atmos!

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Yeah, yeah, yeah...I know I'm a bit slow but I've never been an early adopter of any format.  It wasn't until recently that I heard a really incredible Atmos System that I began my "Journey to Atmos".  I still have a lot to learn but the (4) Klipsch CDT-5800-C II In-Ceiling Speakers have been installed.

 

Here is a video of the install

 

 

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good job, congrats. I think you'll enjoy them watching a good Atmos track. So glad Klipsch went with the magnet covers- much easier. where did you get the demo discs? would love to get a few of those. downloaded a few onto a flash drive and they are an awesome way to demo a room. as for good demo movies i thought gravity was a good one. Also Blade runner 2049 was very good.

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Youth going in on the Atmos! This is my next step, with same speakers. All CDT-5800ii’s. Still trying to figure what speakers are best for my surrounds.

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nice, I wish I could do this, but my celing is filled with sawdust for isolation, it would be a real big mess if I started to make holes for speakers.

So I have to stick with bouncing speakers

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On 5/30/2018 at 2:34 AM, AntiLoading said:

nice, I wish I could do this, but my celing is filled with sawdust for isolation, it would be a real big mess if I started to make holes for speakers.

So I have to stick with bouncing speakers

 

You must have vermiculite insulation. Popular with lathe & plaster ceilings. Just YouTube on how to cut speakers into ceiling(with fine insulation) Also you can get a FEIN saw, (little spendy), but makes exact cuts. It may be a little messy, but if you wanna make an omelette, you gotta break some eggs. 

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2 hours ago, dubs said:

 

You must have vermiculite insulation. Popular with lathe & plaster ceilings. Just YouTube on how to cut speakers into ceiling(with fine insulation) Also you can get a FEIN saw, (little spendy), but makes exact cuts. It may be a little messy, but if you wanna make an omelette, you gotta break some eggs. 

I just managed to translate Swedish -> English to what I have. I have wood shavings isolated stretch ceiling.

Not only it would be a real mess to try this, I would be so scard my stretch ceiling would start to come down / hang down.

it is in my living room so I don't want to risk anything

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Gotcha, could always surface mount? 😎👍🏼

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