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  1. JohnRice

    SVS Speakers replaced by Klipsch Speakers

    I wouldn't mind trying some degree of Atmos in my living room system, but there's a whole variety of obstacles. Vaulted ceiling, so reflecting speakers aren't a good option. In-ceiling isn't viable either, since there's no attic in that part of the house. Finally, there's a ceiling fan that...
  2. JohnRice

    SVS Speakers replaced by Klipsch Speakers

    I seem to have a real knack for annoying people, but I prefer to understand how things are supposed to be, and then make decisions based on real world limitations. For example, take Dave's comment about spacing of the front speakers. In my HT, my #1 priority is two channel music, so my front...
  3. JohnRice

    SVS Speakers replaced by Klipsch Speakers

    I could have sworn you had an AT screen. I wonder who I'm thinking of.
  4. JohnRice

    SVS Speakers replaced by Klipsch Speakers

    I remain unimpressed with reflecting Atmos speakers. Part of the issue might be that I have those in my main system (eventually going whole hog with the correct implementation, once/if I get motivated) and my main speakers create an extremely open soundstage, so what effect I get from the...
  5. JohnRice

    SVS Speakers replaced by Klipsch Speakers

    If it was me, I’d have an acoustically transparent screen with the speakers behind it. @Dave Upton is the person to ask about that.
  6. JohnRice

    SVS Speakers replaced by Klipsch Speakers

    Can’t you stand up the speakers to the sides of the screen? As they are, they’re so close that the width of your soundstage will be extremely limited. Probably should be in another thread, though.
  7. JohnRice

    SVS Speakers replaced by Klipsch Speakers

    You can't include external links in a review. I don't think you can even include an Amazon link, you have to use the product code. I also don't know why you'd move from SVS to Klipsch.
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