the home theater guy sold me some ARIA IC614 in-ceiling speakers and told me they were fantastic. They were OK but I always felt
J. Wei "Aoshi chan X", Amazon
27 July 2015
Summary: In my previous home, the home theater guy sold me some ARIA IC614 in-ceiling speakers and told me they were fantastic. They were OK but I always felt something was lacking. I paid around $160 per speaker back then. In my new home, I resolved to not cheap out.
Summary: Received a pair 2 days ago. Installed in less then an hour. Sound is just what I expected from Yamaha...LOUD and crystal clear. Ordering another pair for FL and FR just cause they look so good in the ceiling. Not to mention these speakers are being powered by my 6 year old Yamaha receiver.
Great speakers at this price, sound great without correction.
8 July 2015
Summary: All of my prior in-ceiling speakers have required room correction, per speaker equalization to sound decent. Currently my room correcting amp is on the fritz (thank you Onkyo HDMI board), so I am using an older amp.
Summary: Installed 2 pairs in my ceiling for Atmos, they made my entire Atmos experience alive! I used to use some Onkyo Atmos enabled speakers which never worked, and these in-ceiling speakers are making night and day difference. By the way, these sound great, easy to installed, well built, would recommend!
Summary: I purchased these 8" speakers and thought they looked small when I received them so I measured them at 6 inches. I emailed Yamaha and they told me the 8" was the "measurement of the cone is measured by the diameter not from the center out, this measurement also includes the suspension foam that...