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OMG. Finally pulled the trigger on a pair of 707s in midnight mahogany! Wooohooo!!!
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Got the 707s for $1050/pair last summer. Look amazing and sound great. Got the 705s for my living room about a month ago. Got the 706 and 704 centers, respectively, to match. Now I'm pondering the 702s for rear surrounds since I have no room behind my couch for rear surrounds and I've heard this type of speaker works well vs. a typical bookshelf speaker when you have limited space for rears. Anybody concur? And I assume they will play nicely with Atmos despite not being "direct firing"?
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Got the 707s for $1050/pair last summer. Look amazing and sound great. Got the 705s for my living room about a month ago. Got the 706 and 704 centers, respectively, to match. Now I'm pondering the 702s for rear surrounds since I have no room behind my couch for rear surrounds and I've heard this type of speaker works well vs. a typical bookshelf speaker when you have limited space for rears. Anybody concur? And I assume they will play nicely with Atmos despite not being "direct firing"?
yes youll be fine with bipole and atmos. Just need to stay away for dipole.

Also, you want to use bipole if any of your seating positions are within 5 feet of the respective wall/source for side/rear surrounds. It is just physics Wink
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yes youll be fine with bipole and atmos. Just need to stay away for dipole.

Also, you want to use bipole if any of your seating positions are within 5 feet of the respective wall/source for side/rear surrounds. It is just physics Wink
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OMG. Finally pulled the trigger on a pair of 707s in midnight mahogany! Wooohooo!!!
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Would this be good for a projector setup?
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yes youll be fine with bipole and atmos. Just need to stay away for dipole.

Also, you want to use bipole if any of your seating positions are within 5 feet of the respective wall/source for side/rear surrounds. It is just physics Wink
The 702 is not a bi pole speaker. It's a direct radiating speaker just like a bookshelf. The woofer points in a different direction from the tweeter/mid, but it's still a direct radiating design.
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I would recommend getting the VIP service (1 year)for $50. It gives you two day shipping.

I opened this link in MS Edge and was given an offer for free service on a order of $450 or more. YMMV
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Would this be good for a projector setup?
need more details, room size, projector screen size, etc etc.

For a generic response, if you have the space, sure. You actually would be fine getting 3x 703's for center, 4x 702fx for surround, and a monoprice/svs/hsu/ryth sub and be all set.

You dont need the towers if you have a sub, as you will cross over at 80-100hz anyway, not utilizing the cabinet of the tower. Most higher end HT front stage are usually the 3 same speakers and often super high end large book shelf speakers.
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I am in for 2 X 707 + 706C. Thanks
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Damnit. I just paid $1400/pr for these 707 towers a few weeks ago and here they are for $1100/pr. With the new Polk Audio Legend series just announced (full reveal on 9/6 I think), it's no wonder the deal is this good. And if you want my opinion, the new Legend series look like garbage compared to the current LSi series. Anyway, just want to say I have the 707 towers bi-amped (not bi-wired, actually bi-amped) to a Yamaha Aventage 3080 along with the 706 center bi-wired. Using my old Polk Monitor 75Ts as rears in a 5.1 setup with a Polk PS-125 sub and I LOVE it. Best setup I have ever had running by far. I'm using it for critical 2ch listening from DVD Audio & vinyl, home theater, and multi-channel stereo streaming the highest quality Tidal and Spotify formats over WiFi (not bluetooth). I've used some nice Klipsch Reference speakers in the past as well as some fancier JBLs and these 707s are just the best I've ever had. The 706 center sounds INSANELY good in HT or multi-channel stereo. Again, best I've ever heard. To be fair, those other speakers weren't mated to an AVR this good... and they also weren't bi-amped or bi-wired. That said, at $1100/pr, if you have been eyeing these, PULL THE TRIGGER. they're marvelous in every way. Build quality, looks, sound... I'm completely in love. I went with the Mt. Vernon cherry and I couldn't be happier. Ping me if you have any Qs. I'm all too happy to gush about them. I've heard others say they are too big or too boomy. I have found neither of those things to be the case at all. I've also read that they need to be placed further out from the wall. I tested several positions and can confirm they sound as great against the wall as they do pulled out several feet with the crossover set at Large, 40 or 80hz, no problems at all on any setting. The one caveat is they need power. Any old AVR will work of course, but you need at least 150-200 watts to truly make them shine (assuming you listen as critically as I do).
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Damnit. I just paid $1400/pr for these 707 towers a few weeks ago and here they are for $1100/pr.
I just bought 2 of the 703s last week for over $500 and now they are cheaper. Anyone know with Adorama about return policy or price adjustment etc or just stuck out of luck?
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need more details, room size, projector screen size, etc etc.

For a generic response, if you have the space, sure. You actually would be fine getting 3x 703's for center, 4x 702fx for surround, and a monoprice/svs/hsu/ryth sub and be all set.

You dont need the towers if you have a sub, as you will cross over at 80-100hz anyway, not utilizing the cabinet of the tower. Most higher end HT front stage are usually the 3 same speakers and often super high end large book shelf speakers.
It's a small room about 15 x 15 I'm planning on mounting a large shelf up high and putting some speakers up there but I don't know if that will be enough I dont think a sub would be good up there, would need it on the floor. maybe 2 bookself speakers and 1 center? I could put the bookshelf speakers about 10 feet back on the entry wall on some type of little shelf for rears but was hoping to mount them directly above head where the projector will be mounted. would the center speaker be good enough for under the projector with 2 bookself speakers in the rear? Or would I need 4 bookshelf with a center speaker and sub somewhere?
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I just bought 2 of the 703s last week for over $500 and now they are cheaper. Anyone know with Adorama about return policy or price adjustment etc or just stuck out of luck?
They've given me store credit before price matching themselves in a similar scenario. I'll be calling them Monday morning to try for it. They actually open at 9am ET on Labor Day.
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