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Re: What system is best for me...
cgalland #333476 01/05/11 03:41 AM
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Chuck, welcome. Yes, a little more detail about the "hole" in the wall might help us in making suggestions. Recessing a speaker into an opening isn't generally a good idea.


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JohnK #333482 01/05/11 04:27 AM
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Also, once you get your axioms I doubt you will Want to listen to the in ceiling speakers....


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cgalland #333496 01/05/11 01:56 PM
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here is the picture of the set up

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cgalland #333498 01/05/11 02:41 PM
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Looks like we're also going to need the dimensions of the 3 holes.

Height, Width, and depth.

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CatBrat #333499 01/05/11 02:44 PM
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(too easy)


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MarkSJohnson #333505 01/05/11 03:24 PM
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Re: What's the best system for me...
Adrian #333511 01/05/11 03:58 PM
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Hi,

Actually if the hole in Chuck's wall is tall enough and wide enough, it might be a good application for the in-cabinet M60.

The in-cabinet models are all front-ported so you don't have the issue of the ports venting in the back and you'd only need wire access to the speaker binding posts in the rear for initial connection.

http://www.axiomaudio.com/m60-in-cabinet.html

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Re: What's the best system for me...
alan #333515 01/05/11 04:27 PM
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I love how the in-cabinet Axiom towers look absolutely appalled by whatever it is they're seeing.




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Re: What's the best system for me...
pmbuko #333531 01/05/11 06:38 PM
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I'm thinking M60 in cabinet, per Alan. That center hole looks too small for the 150.

Definitely hit the QS8 for surrounds.

I'll leave the sub decision to the bassheads.

Pull the trigger. Be done. Get on with enjoying the sound.

Re: What's the best system for me...
Capn_Pickard #333532 01/05/11 06:39 PM
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Yeah, that looks ideal for in cab. Personally, I'd like a little more separation for my mains, but hey, what do you do. Not like my setup is ideal...


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