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Old Mar 5, 2020, 04:59 PM   #2
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Good timing. I'm doing the same thing tonight. My Denon reciever has me limited to 5.1.2 for now, but I'm sure I'll be tempted to upgrade that soon after to add rear Atmos channels.

I went with the actual Dolby speaker modules that are designed to be used with the speakers I have. They sit on top of my fronts and are upward firing. So you just bought normal speakers to use for Atmos?


Not sure what you've looked up yet for setup. Dolby has all the angles and distances set up for their spec. Crossovers are typically set at 180Hz, but that's when using normal Atmos specific speakers. I'm.sure yours are the typical 80Hz if they are full range. My specific reciever is only 7.1. I'm using 5.1 currently, and just have to assign the extra two speaker connections to "Dolby Front" for upward firing modules on top of the front speakers. Sounds like you have a receiver with specific connections though.
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