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I have two questions about speaker setup before running Dirac. System (5.1.4): Invisa SPS x2 and SuperCenter reference in the front, Invisa MPX x2 in...
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Hi there. I'm looking for some advice on the settings to use for room correction systems like Audyssey and Dirac in combination with the Invisa...
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Hello, I currently have 4 650s for my Atmos speakers, however I feel like I'm not getting the true experience of Atmos from them due to where they...
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I am slowly filling out my HT system and am wondering what my best options for side surrounds are and if I use MPX, where in relation to two rows of...
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1. Room is 21 W x 23 L x 9 H. 2 rows. I have wiring for 9.2.6 atmos, but since those are directional will I have problems using 6 HTR, better to live...
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Hello! My home is prewired for 5.1 in-ceiling speakers. I think I'm going to skip on the LCR in-ceiling, and eventually go in-wall. In the...
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I’m looking for suggestions on Atmos speakers. The room is really large at 20x20 but I have 120” projection and screen. My current setup is:...
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I was planning on building a 5.1 system using SuperSat speakers (60c + 60 for L & R). Realizing my center speaker would look better built-in, is it...
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How do I install HTR7000 and Invisa 650 in my Woodhaven is MDF planks hung on aluminum track. The track will be screwed to our existing drywall...
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Hey folks, hoping to pick your brains. I just moved into a new house and want to fulfill a dream of creating a home theater. The den is about 22 x...
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My room is 16' wide by 18' deep and the perimeter ceiling height is 7'10" tall. Half the back wall is open to the rest of the house. The ceiling is...
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We have an open family room that is 20 foot long and 15 foot wide with 10 foot ceilings.. We have almost all windows on the right and back side walls...
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Someone else must have gone through this. The boxes are in the walls, drywall is up over them. Soon I'll be priming and painting, and installing...
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I am starting on building an HT in an existing room. The room is 12x16. One wall had openings into the adjacent hall with 13x13 columns. I closed off...
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I'm looking for advice on the placement of some combination of 650 and/or MPX speakers. We have a room that is 14.5' wide with a 9' ceiling and a...
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Looking for recommended specifications for MPX/SPS backer boxes that will maintain the speakers performance? I'm Preparing to install 5 SPSs and 2...
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Greetings! I am installing new Invisa SPS as my L/C/R in my home theater. I am building a false wall, and my center channel will be behind an...
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Hi, I am looking to use the Invisia 600 for in-wall surround and in-ceiling Atmos. In order to determine their placement, I need to know how much the...
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Hi Sandy, 2 questions: 1. Could you elaborate on the reasons why you chose a multi-polar design for your MPX surrounds? It would seem that as the...
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I plan to use Invisia SPS for my front speakers but my wall will not accommodate a horizontal mount for the center channel. Is there any downside to...
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