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Turning Ruarks into surround sound

Discussion in 'Home Cinema Speakers' started by lewi, Jul 15, 2005.

  1. lewi

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    I have a pair of Ruark sceptres, very nice they are too. I am upgrading to home cinema and integrating my Hi-Fi.

    Rather than chuck the Ruarks i wondered if anyone could recommend a centre and rear speakers that would balance my current pair as the fronts. Do Ruark produce suitable speakers to fill these roles?
     
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    I currently use the the little ruark vitas for my surrounds with a dialogue centre channel.

    I did see some nice on the wall ruarks at this years bristol show, but haven't seen any info about them - don't know if anyone else has?

    Gary
     
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    I do the same as GaryC works very nicely indeed
     
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    I did email ruark about these new speakers but no reply as yet!!

    They have a traditional type driver cone but the encloser is designed for flat wall mounting - case is about 50-60mm deep. - £350.

    So my thoughts were it should give a wider spread of sound field, which would be handy for my side effects.

    Gary
     

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