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Old 04-20-2017, 01:52 AM   #1
Atomic4877 Atomic4877 is offline
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Default Onkyo vs Pioneer vs Nht Atmos Add On Speakers

Just wondering which of the following atmos add on speakers are the best. I am currently looking at the Onkyo skh-410, the NHT afx mini and the Pioneer sp-t22a-lr. I am leaning towards the Pioneers, but am not sure. The Onkyo and NHT's are both 100w vs the Pioneer at 80w. The Pioneers have a small tweeter and cone driver where the others only have a driver. Does anybody have any recommendations on which one of the three would be the best. I may consider the ELAC a4's but they are a bit higher than I wanted to spend.
LG 65C6P, Denon X1300W Receiver, Pioneer SP-FS52, SP-C22 and SP-BS22-LR, Pioneer SP-T22A-LR Atmos Add On Speakers, BIC Acoustech PL-200 II Subwoofer and Oppo UDP-203 UHD Player
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Old 04-23-2017, 08:16 PM   #2
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As far as the square footage area that these listed cover, all are very close with Pioneer and Elac's covering the most of about 8' sq ft. This is what I would concentrate on myself, as they all will provide you with good, ambient sound. The cost of the Elac a4 is not much more than the other's, and if it were me, would go for the Elac's. As far as how much watt's each will put out, I would not worry about too much. I have personally not heard any of these listed in action, but I would say that the Elac's would win, by a small margin. Ambient sound is normally what will be heard the most, however sometime's the sound is very immersive . Just my two cent's, Good Luck .
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