For anyone to really help we'll need to know the room size, what type of amplifier/receiver you're going to be using and a least a ballpark number for the budget.
How thin? The Source 6.1's are about 4.5", which are definitely thin for bookshelf speakers. Unless you're talking about something like the KEF T Series speakers.Thanks, those speakers are great. I guess I should have said I was thinking more of a low profile speaker(ie thin).
The link I posted was for the center channel version, which is oriented horizontally. From KEF's website... "Mounted vertically as satellites (whether wall-mounted, on the desk stands supplied or the optional floor stands) or horizontally as a centre channel"Can the T series be installed horizontally?
Since these are not "normal" speakers -- because they're far too thin to use regular transudcers -- they may indeed have a specific orientation. You might want to run that question by KEF.Since I'll be mounting on-wall horizontally, should I use a center channel speaker or would left and right speakers be OK mounted horizontally? Is there a major difference between l/r and center?