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BOSE AC 6 Upgrade with VCS 10

Discussion in 'Home Cinema Speakers' started by BoomBoom, Aug 27, 2004.

  1. BoomBoom

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    Hi all,

    I have a BOSE AC 6 and would like to upgrade the Centre speaker as the sound is a little flat, I want to get a BOSE speaker for the 'WAF' and have been looking at the VCS-10.

    I know many will say dump the BOSE and get suchandsuch but I can't do that, I am stuck with them.

    1) What I want to know is can I cannot the VCS-10 to the AC-6 Sub or does it need to run directly from the AMP?

    2) Also do you know if you can get a wall bracket for the 10? I want to mount it below my Plasma.

    3) I will be mounting all 3 front speakers at ear level should the FL & FR line up perfectly with the Centre?

    thanks in advance.
     
  2. z5461313

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    Hi

    I have a Bose AM15 and had some problems with the center channel but it does not bother me now after some things I changed, which are

    1. Buy a high quality optical cable running from DVD player to amplifier. I have a Nordost White Light cost 50 pounds and its really improved things alot. Base is controlled better, the speakers are more musical and DVD's more detailed. Well recommended

    2. Buy a Pioneer dvd player which has a vocal enhancement feature. This seems to have made the center channel more intelligible but I do not know how it works. I have it set to medium on my Pioneer 575a and dialogue is clear for me
     
  3. BoomBoom

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    Thanks very much.

    I will give that cable a go. Do you know if Pioneer do a decent DVD Player which has DVI output? and ofcourse it can't be toooo pricey...I don't want much do I ?
    :laugh:
     
  4. sapkan

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    I wanna know the answer to 1) too. PLS
     

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