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mistake post.

 

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I took some measurements and it looks as though I will fit the rear surrounds between the panels and posters if I push the panels togethers and move the posters very close to the corner.

The rear surrounds will be within Dolby spec at about 144 degrees.

 

It will be a pretty tight fit but think it should work ok.IMG_20190624_180531376.thumb.jpg.932b93daa8cef2ba0966396567c05a21.jpg

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yeah ! that worked out pretty well !!

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3 hours ago, betty boop said:

yeah ! that worked out pretty well !!

Yes, still need to cable them, hard to find time and an extra helping hand. Losing my patience TBH :(

There's about a 1cm gap between the rear surrounds and posters/panels!

 

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Ok, I finally managed to wire up the side surrounds :)

 

Put on Ready Player One 4K to test it and I'm very happy. I haven't calibrated them yet because I'll wait until I wire the rear surrounds but it sounds much more immersive compared to using in-ceiling surrounds. It's taking me a long time but hopefully I'll do the rears on the weekend.

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I'm glad I didn't go with the in-walls option because I found both side surrounds had half thickness extra timber noggins further up the wall. There was enough space for cables but obviously they would've  impeded the in wall install.

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