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help with rear speakers

Discussion in 'AV Receivers & Amplifiers' started by ewin, Mar 16, 2003.

  1. ewin

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    system; Pioneer vsx510d amp,eltax millennium speakers with bipole rears.
    Problem: When listening to soundtracks in dd or dts there seems to be a slight gap or dead area between my rears.There are placed on my side walls .I know my living room is wide and i want to know if i can add more speakers between the two rears to give a better surround effect.
    The amp i`ve got has no pre-outs and is rated at 80wpc .so has anyone got any ideas on how to add more speakers.I.e setting up and wireing it up.
    p.s don`t say get a new amp with 6.1 or ex as i have no money at the moment.
     
  2. nathan_silly

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    Bipoles are supposed to go on the back wall, probably why you're noticing the sound hole.
     

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