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Old 10-10-2014, 04:37 PM   #161
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So I need some advice, I have been thinking of getting rid of the Yamaha's that I am currently using as my rear speakers in my 7.1 set up. They are all that's left from my htib I bought many years ago. Anyways I am thinking of moving my current side speakers (Sony's) to the rear and buying some Polk Audio Monitor 60 Series II speakers for the sides. Is this overkill?
Epson 5010 on VAPEX9120
Sony BDP-S580
Sony PS3 and PS4
DirecTV HR24
Yamaha RX-V567
Front: Yamaha NS-C444 and NS-777
Surrounds: Side - Sony SS-F5000 / Rear - Polk T15
Subwoofer: Yamaha YST-SW315
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Old 10-10-2014, 06:23 PM   #162
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Any audio guys out there?
Epson 5010 on VAPEX9120
Sony BDP-S580
Sony PS3 and PS4
DirecTV HR24
Yamaha RX-V567
Front: Yamaha NS-C444 and NS-777
Surrounds: Side - Sony SS-F5000 / Rear - Polk T15
Subwoofer: Yamaha YST-SW315
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Old 10-10-2014, 08:47 PM   #163
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So I need some advice, I have been thinking of getting rid of the Yamaha's that I am currently using as my rear speakers in my 7.1 set up. They are all that's left from my htib I bought many years ago. Anyways I am thinking of moving my current side speakers (Sony's) to the rear and buying some Polk Audio Monitor 60 Series II speakers for the sides. Is this overkill?
You're asking about overkill in the land of overkill. Should be great although with all those towers you're going to need to get some more power at some point, IE separate amp or bigger receiver. You see upgrade begets more upgrades, it's never ending.
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Old 10-10-2014, 08:52 PM   #164
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Maybe Ill just look for some good bookshelf style speakers to put in the rear.
Epson 5010 on VAPEX9120
Sony BDP-S580
Sony PS3 and PS4
DirecTV HR24
Yamaha RX-V567
Front: Yamaha NS-C444 and NS-777
Surrounds: Side - Sony SS-F5000 / Rear - Polk T15
Subwoofer: Yamaha YST-SW315
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