Building a Home Theater?
1st off, go to a website for manufacturers
of speakers for commercial cinemas.
You'll find that "ALL" of the speakers designed
for & distributed to your local Cinemas
use horn loaded drivers.
This is 1 of the secrets to their magic sound.
"This Theatrical Magic Sound is Achieved via Horn Loaded Drivers."
Behind the Screen and along the walls are horn loaded speakers.
Point is made I take it?
Moreover, majority of their surround or wall mounted speakers
have 8 inch woofers that accompany the horn tweeters.
Low & behold?
These MTX Audio - MTX 8" 225W 2-way Speakers
are almost "exact twins" to those Cinema speakers.
Again, checkout what I've posted here for yourself.
Now, after you surf the sites & find I am correct and
you'll also find, these MTX models have similar measurements.
It's my belief that these MTX Audio - MTX 8" 225W 2-way Speakers,
if, mounted in the Dolby spec array as recommended
and are powered by a decent AV Receiver, you'll have
real theatrical sound in your home.
Ofcourse you'll need a good subwoofer to deliver
that "oompf" we all feel at the Theater
during action films.
Budget is everything ...right?
Seeing that these speakers come with adjustable
mounting brackets make these a no-brainer choice.
Whether your planning a 5.1, 7.1, or, a full blown
ATMOS surround system?
These industrial strength speakers will not just do the job,
they'll look good doing it too!
I know, I know, you've read
"THEY ARE OUTDOOR SPEAKERS!"
They're "Indoor - Outdoor" speakers.
Which = Robustly built to last.
My main caveat is...
You'll need to power them with a real AV Receiver.
Like a Yamaha AV with 100 wpc at least.
Then use a real subwoofer like the 450 watt BIC F12 powered sub.
There's never been a better time for speaker buying!
7 of these beauties + a powerful sub?
Your Frontroom or Basement Home Theater
will be the envy of all your friends!