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4.1 means no center channel, so you're working with a phantom center. It's a valid configuration, but not as popular as 5.1. Some people actually prefer 4.1, but most consider the center channel to be one of the most important for HT use (not so much for music).
 

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Thanks for the feedback.

So there would not be a 'wall' slot for the sub-wolfer or center speaker.

That makes sense.

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There could be one for the center, but not usually the subwoofer.

Are you referring to in-wall speakers, or just in-wall connection jacks, which connect to another location near the equipment stack?
 
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