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surround rear setup w/ Bose 201


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#1 of 1 OFFLINE   Chris Paulson

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Posted May 28 2003 - 06:22 AM

I made the mistake of buying the Bose 201 bookshelf speakers in college a few years back (might have been before these forms had existed). Right now, I have the Polk RM7500 setup with my Denon 3802 receiver. I was wondering if I should go ahead and add the Bose as my surround back to give me the 6.1/7.1 sound or leave it at the 5.1 setup with the original surround package. Basically I am wonder if the Bose "Direct Reflecting" is a good speaker to use as the surround back speakers. My future plan is to get some floor standing speakers and shift each satellite speakers back a position (front to surround L/R, surround L/R to surround back). Is that a better idea than buying di-pole satellites and leaving it an all-satellite receiver? Thanks




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