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Effective rear dispersion in a small room

Discussion in 'Home Cinema Speakers' started by 3wrLcs, Jan 5, 2005.

  1. 3wrLcs

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    I'm looking for some rear speakers that will provide effective dispersion in a small room (12x11 feet). My fronts are taken care of with JM lab micro utopia Be (2 channel still being my main consideration) and I think that I'll add a JM lab Sib or similar as a center. However, as the room is small I was wondering if something like K4 tripoles may be a better bet that JM lab Sibs at the rear. I've tried small B&W stereo rears (600 S3) before but found that the sound is somewhat localised. I will be sitting about 1 foot from the rear wall so that is a consideration as well.

    Any ideas? My amp is a 2011.

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  2. Ian J

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    The K4 tripoles are very effective rear speakers but you may want to consider Mission bipole rears as an alternative
     

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