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Dwight Posted 5 months 5 days ago
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I currently have a 7.2.4 GE setup & recently have made physical changes to HT room. The changes included positioning seats closer to screen. Visually this made sense however my atmos setup is now out of alignment. My atmos setup is as follows:

2x htr7000
2 x Invisa 650’s

I cannot move the rear 650’s further forward due to Inceiling HVAC/ duct work etc so no option there. As a potential solution I could replace the 650’s Rear atmos with 2x Supersat 3’s. They would sit on ceiling & avoid the ductwork mentioned above.

My question is would the Front atmos HTR 7000’s be compatible with the rear atmos Supersat 3’s. With my current setup the 650’s voice quite well with the htr7000’s hoping for a similar result with the Supersat 3’s.

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HT 7.2.4
Triton Ones
Super Center XL
Super Sat 50's
Super Sat 50c's
HTR 7000 (4) Atmos
140 inch 2.35 Elunevision Audio Weave AT screen
JVC X790
Pana. UB9000
Bryston 4Bsst2 power amp
Marantz MM7055 5 channel Power amp
Marantz M7025 2 channel Power amp (2)
Marantz AV7703 Preamp/processor
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Moderator Posted 5 months 2 days ago
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While the Invisa 650, HTR-7000 and SuperSat 3 all sound slightly different, your processor's room correction will tie them together nicely.

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Dwight Posted 5 months 2 days ago
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Thank you Moderator. That’s great news. I forgot about the room correction’s ability to correct voicing discrepancies.

I am going to use the Supersat 3c horizontally. Should I space them to line up with the front atmos HTR7000? Consistent with the Dolby Atmos guidelines for a 7.2.4 setup. I guess what I asking is there anything unique about setting up the Supersat 3c as atmos speakers to consider? I am also going to use the Super Swivels On the ceiling to aim them Directly at the main listening position.
HT 7.2.4
Triton Ones
Super Center XL
Super Sat 50's
Super Sat 50c's
HTR 7000 (4) Atmos
140 inch 2.35 Elunevision Audio Weave AT screen
JVC X790
Pana. UB9000
Bryston 4Bsst2 power amp
Marantz MM7055 5 channel Power amp
Marantz M7025 2 channel Power amp (2)
Marantz AV7703 Preamp/processor

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Moderator Posted 5 months 1 day ago
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Dwight wrote: Thank you Moderator. That’s great news. I forgot about the room correction’s ability to correct voicing discrepancies.

I am going to use the Supersat 3c horizontally. Should I space them to line up with the front atmos HTR7000? Consistent with the Dolby Atmos guidelines for a 7.2.4 setup. I guess what I asking is there anything unique about setting up the Supersat 3c as atmos speakers to consider? I am also going to use the Super Swivels On the ceiling to aim them Directly at the main listening position.


The best suggestion I can offer is to try the SS3 in one orientation and then rotate the SS3 90 degrees and see if it sounds ant different in your setup. If you prefer one orientation over the other then keep the speakers oriented that way.
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