file In-wall rears for this GoldenEar setup?

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danzaman Posted 3 weeks 5 days ago
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Hello,
I recently bought a new house and moving my Triton One's and SuperCenter X to the living room. There isn't enough space to position rear speakers behind my couch, and the speakers will be very close to the backs of our heads (see diagram attached). I'm new to in-wall speakers and struggling to figure out which route to go and where they should be placed. Any help would be appreciated.

I would love to get some in-ceiling speakers as well to fill the room better, but that would be a purchase made down the road. Right now, the priority is the rears for a 5 speaker setup.

Thanks,
Dan
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Moderator Posted 3 weeks 4 days ago
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Hi danzaman, I would recommend using the Invisa MPX in-wall speakers in this application. The Invisa MPXs produce a great balance of focused sound and spaciousness. You could place these in-wall speakers in the back wall (just to the outside of the two windows). You could also place theses Invisa MPXs in the side walls (approximately 12" or so away from the back wall of your listening room). If possible, in either location, I would consider mounting these Invisa MPXs just above ear level (approximately 4 feet above the floor). Happy Listening!
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