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Denon SYS3AL rear speaker for 6.1

Discussion in 'AV Receivers & Amplifiers' started by Golfpunk, Sep 5, 2005.

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  1. Golfpunk

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    Does anyone know where I can purchase the matching center rear to add to my 5.1 set? The only place I can find that still has stock, can only supply a rear satellite one (which stands upright with "Denon" on the bottom of the grill). Sorry but I am picky and want the horizontal version.... ;)
     
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    er... the one that stands upright is the correct speaker for the centre back. A Centre rear speaker is not actually a centre speaker like the front.
     
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    Oh. The sites that used to sell it (superfi, unbeatable etc..) always showed it as a horizontal version so I just kind of assumed thats how it should be. I always thought that the rear channel for DD EX (or 6.1) should be of the type of the main center front, with the 2 rear left and right moved slightly forward so that they sit to the side rather than rear.

    Not that it matters suppose.
     
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    what are these speakers like?

    are they great for watching dvd/films?
     

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