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#135724 - 06/08/06 02:04 AM Re: Ceiling Speakers with Similar Timbre? [Re: pmbuko]
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I told the builder to forego nails, and just use duct tape. Gotta keep my priorities straight and save money for the home theater.

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#135725 - 07/22/06 04:38 PM Re: Ceiling Speakers with Similar Timbre? [Re: millerbrad]
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Things are still moving along...



Since I'm pretty much stuck putting my speakers in a cabinet, I've been wondering...

Our current cabinet plans involve hiding M60s behind doors in the cabinet, and opening/removing the doors when I plan to listen to them. I don't like that plan. With bookshelf speakers, I can probably forego the wife's need to "hide" the speakers.

I tend not to crank the volume up all that high when listening to movies or music. So, what would I sacrifice to go with a pair of M22's instead of the M60s? Either way, I'll have a decent subwoofer in the mix. I've read somewhere (I won't mention where ) that buying towers + a subwoofer are like paying for your bass twice.

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