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CRRobert Posted 2 years 7 months ago
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Great, contacted my dealer to get 3 on order. I did not see in the manual, but would there be any advantage to toe them in? I can build the wall behind AT screen to toe them in if it would be better.
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CRRobert wrote: I did not see in the manual, but would there be any advantage to toe them in? I can build the wall behind AT screen to toe them in if it would be better.


Toe-in is not discussed in the manual because usually the wall cannot be toed-in. :)

However, even with in-walls, if the wall can be built with toe-in, toe-in allows for greater left/right separation for improved soundstage dimensions and better sounding for off-center listening positions.
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rjohn79395 Posted 2 years 6 months ago
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A great review from Sound and Vision's Daryl Wilkinson in the May issue of the SPS's.

The system tested was 3 SPS's for fronts and center, 2 MPX''s for surrounds, four HTR 7000's for heights, and a SuperSub X.

A Top Pick.

He loved everything he played on that system.

For me as an aside also, as Daryl said, "As a brief aside,. I think a Dolby's Atmos rig using Dolby surround upmixing is fantastic with most two-channel source material. In my case, I normally listen to music with my system's full Atmos array because I like the processing's delicate handling and expansion of ambience cues in two-channel material". A man after my own heart.That's how I play most two channel music.

No knock whatsoever on two channel purists, but if you're thinking of building a GEt multi channel Atmos system, SPS based or other great GEt speakers, give two channel in Dolby Atmos surround a try also!

Don't have a system need for the new SPS speakers at the moment, but will probably audition. Gotta hear what these new beauts can do.

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5.4.4 HT speakers: T Ref fronts/LFE 1, SuperCenter Ref, T1 surrounds/LFE 2, HTR 7000 top fronts, Invisa 525 top rears
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CRRobert Posted 2 years 6 months ago
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Sounds great, I have SPS on order, now need to finish the theater.
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