Help buying in wall speakers..

Sean8605

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Hi.. I have a yamaha rx v379. I currently have speakers wired and mounted to 4 corners of the room.

I just dont really like the look of the speakers hanging. (Though they sound great!)

Im looking to replace my surround sound speakers with in wall speakers. But..Im having a hard time figuring out what I should buy.

I can afford about $100.00 per speaker.. And Yamaha says that receiver pushes out 100 watts per channel.

Any advice or tips would be greatly appreciated!

P.S. - I dont mind ebaying if I have too! Also..I looked in to the yamaha ns iw660 and they look great.. But they say they are 50 watts.. And I dont know if that poses a problem or not.
 
In wall speakers are usually rated to work with amps from 20 watts per channel to about 75-100 so your receiver will work fine with just about any brand.
Without being able to hear them in advance it's really hard to tell what to get.
I have used Sonance in the past but they may be above your price range. If you like Polk then get Polk in walls. If you have a Polk center speaker then those would match better.
 

hang-the-9

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There are a ton of brands to pick from, really depends on your preference. Speakers, mice, monitors, keyboard, things like that are very personal, it's not unusual for 5 people to have 5 different picks.

If you have a sub, https://www.monoprice.com/product?p_id=6816&gclid=CjwKCAjwlrnNBRBMEiwApKU4PNTAIeVLqE_OdhWkrHGWdOOM7IS9ccqfmL_Ax43TfNKlnxIsdCH04RoCAREQAvD_BwE are good and will save you $50 per speaker in your budget. Monoprice is known for good quality at low prices. Or the larger set if you want a bit more boom https://www.monoprice.com/product?p_id=6816&gclid=CjwKCAjwlrnNBRBMEiwApKU4PNTAIeVLqE_OdhWkrHGWdOOM7IS9ccqfmL_Ax43TfNKlnxIsdCH04RoCAREQAvD_BwE

There is a decent range of models available, 2 way, 3-way, center.. https://www.monoprice.com/category?c_id=109&cp_id=10837&cs_id=1083702

For a bit more there are the Klipsch R-1650, I like Infinity speakers also, these seem good, especially for the money https://www.crutchfield.com/p_108CS60/Infinity-CS60.html?tp=192&awkw=75639723745&awat=pla&awnw=g&awcr=93914641825&awdv=c&awug=9001841 These Polk Audio are a good deal https://www.amazon.com/dp/B002JTHVDE?psc=1
 

Sean8605

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I currently have pol audio for component speakers..

Should I look for 200 watts? I am not OVERLY concerned on looks as long as I dont have these big hanging boxes lol.
 
In wall speakers are usually rated to work with amps from 20 watts per channel to about 75-100 so your receiver will work fine with just about any brand.
Without being able to hear them in advance it's really hard to tell what to get.
I have used Sonance in the past but they may be above your price range. If you like Polk then get Polk in walls. If you have a Polk center speaker then those would match better.
 
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