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centre speaker

Discussion in 'Home Cinema Speakers' started by rambo, Dec 11, 2002.

  1. rambo

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    any views on a vc-10 bose centre speaker .
    im thinking of buying one but would like to hear what pp think of the speaker .

    many thx andy
     
  2. buns

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    I think you are unlikely to get many kind comments....... this board is somewhat anti bose.....

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  3. rambo

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    why ?
     
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    rambo.

    Many of us inmates believe BOSE to be not worthy of their 'price to performance' ratio.
    If you do a search on the word 'BOSE' you may find some debates on this subject.
    There are sooooo many better solutions to be had, & often @ more attractive prices + superior audio performance.

    What are you using for your left & right speakers?

    Bose cubes?

    Adzman.
     
  5. rambo

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    castle hartechs 3,jamo 200 centre,mord and short rears ,jamo avtive sub,sony strb930 amp .

    the prob beging ,i just made me onw glass cabint and forgot to measure the jamo for the top shelf and the gap i have got gives me about 5inc to play with ,and there is not many centre speakers that small .

    can you find one that small ,cause thats why i have gone for bose cause its only 4 inc high and would fit nicely.
     
  6. nunew33

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    Would altering the glass cabinet not be cost effective?

    (Sorry if Im pointing out the bleeding obvious)

    Mission m71c 135mm. This too big?
     
  7. Matt F

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    Check out the M&K K Series - according to the specs the centre speakers have a height of 4 & 7/8ths inches so you might be able to squeeze one of these in (just).

    Matt.
     

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