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Using the Bose Acoustimass 15 with a 7.2-channel receiver?
I have an existing Bose Acoustimass 15 speaker system. I recently bought a player Blu-Ray and want to upgrade to a 7.2 channel receiver. I would like to integrate my Bose speaker system in the new configuration. What I said is that it could use four Bose satellites of I / D-Surround L / R-back [both par configured BIG] with the Acoustimass bass module placed center (ish) again, as a subwoofer shared. Then it would buy a new L / C / R and subwoofer as another part of the new configuration. Any ideas?
You could probably get that works, but I would not recommend it. First Bose speakers are not very good. Secondly have a lot of EQ built and are weak in connectivity for matching them to other speakers will be problematic. Third, surround speakers are better when they come from the same family and are so-called "bell combined. "Fourth, unless you have a very large room there is no real advantage to 7.1 or 7.2 systems. Even blu-ray is not that true seven channels of audio. In Fifth, small speakers are not suitable for medium to large rooms and two submarines may be necessary in a small room. But if you really want going that way to sell the Bose speakers and to ascend to true. See the link for some recommended models in a price range. Note Bose are not on the list.
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