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Final piece of the Jigsaw - Rear Satellites

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Hi all,

I have slowly built over the last couple of months a very solid sounding system on a budget.

Moving into our new home in 2 weeks, 1st baby due 6 weeks after that so money was the real driver in all this.

 

The purchases so far............

 

Denon AVR-3802               £44

B&W CC6 Centre               £56

B&W DM601 S1's               £42

Apollo stands                   £20

Velodyne CHT-8                £30

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Total                              £192

 

So, the proverbial last piece of the jigsaw is the rears.  We will be seated along a wall so the best option will be something small that I can attach to the wall behind.

 

From a brief search I was wondering if something like a couple of old Kef eggs would be an option.

 

Should I worry about the sound matching the rest as its only the rears ?

 

Are there any other small satellite systems the equivalent of eggs that are easily mountable to a wall ?

 

 

Considering I very nearly replaced my old Samsung 5.1 piece of junk with another similar one around £120 I can't believe what i've managed instead.

Would love now to top it off with something of equal quality......................


Edited by Tommy Peanuts - 5/14/14 at 2:02pm
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edit.  Missed the sub off..........


Edited by Tommy Peanuts - 5/14/14 at 2:03pm
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Bump....

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Try to find some dipoles. For surround a diffused dispersion pattern is usually preferable, unless you go for 7.1.

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