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Old 17th October 2008, 02:07 PM   #11
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I think this is a great idea but i don't know how it will match with my mission m32i mains.

I can't put the single midbass and tweeter speaker vertically as i am putting it on top of my projection tv. That will make it look weird.
If the Missions don't image well enough to use phantom CC mode, then 'smart money' IMO with a big RPTV is to build three either co-ax or tri-ax HT only L-C-R monitors for mounting overhead. With a bit of shelving EQ to tone down their inherent 'shout', inexpensive car audio drivers work surprisingly well.

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I'm assuming there's some space underneath the screen then? Build a short stand, and put it there.
Note that mounted in front it must be shielded AFAIK, while up top they don't, at least that's the case with the older CRT RPTVs.

As always though, YMMV.

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I think this is a great idea but i don't know how it will match with my mission m32i mains.

I can't put the single midbass and tweeter speaker vertically as i am putting it on top of my projection tv. That will make it look weird.
In my opinion the CC speaker doesn't need to "match" with the mains in an HT system, as it is dedicated to voice reproduction and the mains are for music. Having said that, a clean, low distortion speaker with proper filtering is desirable for all speakers in any system, and matching efficiency and output are important also.

Consider this design:

http://www.zaphaudio.com/audio-speaker18.html

I think a "soundbar" type CC speaker with a horizontal array of the Hi Vis could be considered, for systems where a higher potential output is desired, wired for proper impedence of course.
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