Not new to home audio (or home audio for that matter) forums but new to this one.\nJust setup my budget 7.2 system today as I had a 2.1 channel setup before with 3 way Sony tower speakers (SSCS3) and a Yamaha 2.1 receiver.\n\nRecently purchased an open-box 7.2 channel Yamaha RX-V6A receiver for a great price from Best Buy and a on-sale 5.1 Klipsch system from Costco. The Klipsch system has a wireless down firing sub and the speakers are wired.\n\nSo I’m running 10 gauge speaker wire to the tower speakers and 14 gauge to the Klipsch speakers. I have a BIC America f-12 12” 475 watt sub in left front corner of room and the wireless Klipsch sub is to the right of my couch in rear. I tried using a metal ceiling mount for two speakers and placed them just in front of where the towers stand but unfortunately the Command hanging adhesive strips I used on held it up for 2 days only. I bought the strongest strips I could buy at 16lb rating but it wouldnt hold due to the direct downward force on strips. So I decided to get very light plastic speaker wall mounts and mounted 1 speaker to the left and 1 speaker in the rear. The other speakers are being held by a tall bookcase and a digital piano. As you can tell, I didn’t want to make any holes.\n\nI’ve had a 5.1 setup in the past but this is my first time having anything beyond that. After watching a few clips from the movie Ford vs. Ferrari through iTunes, which has a Dolby Atmos rating, I was impressed. I wish I could stay home all day now listening to music, watching movies , and using the system with my Oculus Quest.\n\nTV is a Samsung 65” 4K -UN65TU7000FXZA\n\nHere’s a video I took earlier today of a game on my Oculus Quest being casted to the TV. Now I just got to break in the Klipschs. Loving this system since I can’t go to theaters currently.