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Anyone have an opinion on how they'd compare:

https://www.monoprice.com/product...1&format=2
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Would anyone recommend using these as rear speakers in a 5.1 set up?
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Would anyone recommend using these as rear speakers in a 5.1 set up?
Sorry in advance for being a jerk: yes, I'm sure someone would. I however don't know nearly enough to say why most wouldn't other than what crutchfield says on the topic in regards to the best rear speakers: Bipole and dipole speakers. Many traditional bookshelf or on-wall speakers can be used as surround channels. You might also consider specialized bipole/dipole surroundspeakers, which have multiple drivers that fire in different directions. This creates a diffuse sound field that enhances the wraparound effect.
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Would anyone recommend using these as rear speakers in a 5.1 set up?
Definitely
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how are these compared to bose companion 2?
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Would anyone recommend using these as rear speakers in a 5.1 set up?
yea they'd be fine, especially if you used other klipsch speakers as they mostly all have tractrix horns and would be a good tonal match
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Would anyone recommend using these as rear speakers in a 5.1 set up?
Depends.....do you plan on using them as surround ?
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this can be a good computer speaker with a cheap amp from amazon
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Would anyone recommend using these as rear speakers in a 5.1 set up?
Yes, I have some b-20s as some rears speakers, those are preferred over the s-20 when setting up Atmos, if no Atmos then s-20 would be better choice
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I'm an idiot when it comes to audio equipment in general.. I had 2 bookshelf speakers once, but then went to Logitech z623; I couldn't hook these to the Logitech sub, could I?
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Anyone have an opinion on how they'd compare:

https://www.monoprice.com/product...1&format=2
seems the Klipsch might be a tad better on paper
More efficient 90db vs 83db
maybe a tad lower FR 64Hz-23KHz vs 70Hz ~ 20kHz

my guess, if you had them side by side, would be hard to hear a difference
and you'd save a few bills
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Sold out
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