lightbulb BRXs for Atmos

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blistn2 Posted 3 weeks 6 days ago
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Has anyone used BRXs for Atmos speakers?

I'm ready to add Atmos to my home theater, but I don't want to cut holes in my ceiling. I might be moving soon and this isn't a dedicated space I'm using. BRXs seem like they would go well with my TRs and T1s. I'm not sure if the rubber feet on the bottom screw on and off to be able to make some kind of custom bracket, also.

Thanks for any advice.

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Hi blistin2, From a performance standpoint, the BRXs would work quite well as the surround speakers (along with your front soundstage). In terms of mounting, the small rubber feet supplied with the BRXs are rubber "stick ons" that can easily be removed. You could make a custom bracket for these speakers (which would probably be a small shelf for the speakers to rest on), or you could place the BRXs on stands. When using stands, we have found that stands that are approximately 30" tall seem to work well with the BRXs. Happy Listening!

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blistn2 Posted 1 week 6 days ago
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Thanks, I was hoping the feet might be screw ins which would be making a bracket easier. Maybe I can come up with some kind of clamp. I would really hate to see them fall from the ceiling.

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