schwock5 Posted March 11, 2020 Share Posted March 11, 2020 Apologies if this has been asked / covered before (if so let me know the thread so i can read through!). It seems all the Klipsch surrounds (unless using a bookshelf) are wide dispersion. Are these ok for atmos? i know atmos specifies using direct channels since it's object based. the reason i'm asking is for my new basement build there may not be room to mount by current surrounds (RS-35) to the side wall as it would inhibit some walking space. I may instead have to use in-walls (at ear level) for the surrounds (and may put the RS-35 as the rear surrounds if my RF-35s are too space restrictive). For the in-wall i didn't know if i should go with the 5800 (direct) or the 5650S (which has wide dispersion tweeters). or any other reccomendations? if directs are supposed to be used all around then i may have to just sell my RS-35s and use the funds towards the in-walls and keep the RF-35 in the rear or replace with direct in-wall. but if they are ok perhaps i use them in the rear and sell the RF-35s. want to try and figure this out while my walls are open so i can build backer boxes. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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