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#517 - 12/03/01 09:01 PM Combine QS2's and QS4's as surrounds?

I was planning on using the QS4's as my "side" surrounds directly to the side of my listening area. For the "rear" surrounds I have a window on an odd shaped wall in the center of the back wall of my room and will not be able to fit the QS4's on either side, but the QS2's would fit. Would the QS4's and QS2's blend well together to use as side and rear surrounds in a 7.1 setup? Or am I better off getting one QS4 for the rear surround and placing it on a stand in front of the window? Thanks.

#518 - 12/04/01 06:42 AM Re: Combine QS2's and QS4's as surrounds?
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I would go with the QS2s. You can always adjust up the volume to them slightly if you need to balance the efficiency.

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