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HelpWanted
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I have the Onkyo TX-SR702 receiver and a new 42" HDTV. The space is 15x25 (in feet). I'm looking for a 7.1 configuration of speakers, 2 of which I would like to be in-wall (surrounds L&R). I have a budget of $2-$3K.

 

GoodSpeakers
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Try Axiom speakers I here there good.
 

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Username: Dloweman

Post Number: 59
Registered: Nov-04
Onkyo would sound very good with Paradigm. Check out the monitor line and the Studio line. You could probably get the monitor 7's, the cc370, adp370 surrounds with the minimonitors for rears and a nice sub. For a sub I would say either a paradigm or, I have an Hsu sub which is awesome and are fairly cheap.
 

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Username: Project6

Post Number: 2565
Registered: Dec-03
for that budget, try this
http://www.ohmspeaker.com/
 

edster922
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Check out ascendacoustics.com and click on "System Advisor" under the purchase menu for the best package deal.
 

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Username: Blslim352

SAN ANTONIO, FL USA

Post Number: 1
Registered: Jan-05
novice....helppppp!!!!how do you attach speakers(cheap)to back of tv???
 

New member
Username: Paul_ohstbucks

Post Number: 7
Registered: Jan-05
Im not sure I know of any TVs that allow that kind of direct connection. It's probably for good reason though because if you found a way to do it, it would sound terrible because your TV doesnt have the necessary power.
 

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Username: Project6

Post Number: 2590
Registered: Dec-03
Bonnie,
You really should start your own thread and not hijack this one. It is rude!
 

HelpWanted
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Any ideas about in-wall speakers? The way the room is setup, there is a walk way is to the left of my sectional and a wall on the right. So I was thinking about in-wall speakers in these spots (L&R surrounds). Good/Bad idea? Other ways to go?

 

Bronze Member
Username: Nuck

Parkhill, Ontario Canada

Post Number: 29
Registered: Dec-04
Help, Cadance hace a wide choice of build ins.
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