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Decent Budget Centre

Discussion in 'Home Cinema Speakers' started by knobitt, Apr 30, 2001.

  1. knobitt

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    Being new to all this Home Cinema my head is spinning with all that is on offer :eek:

    I recently bought a multi region Sony336 DVD player to compliment my 32" Sony w/s and i am on the verge(this week) of buying my first AV amp(check Amp forum) either Kenwood KRF-V7030D or the Yammy DSP A5(still to decide), now for the short term i'm going to be using my already existing speakers, which are Jamo D165 fronts and a pair of old (excellent)Kenwood's for the rear, any suggestions for a CHEAP but decent Centre speaker to go with my mix & match set...like i say i'm looking for a cheap one(maybe one of Richers bargains ;) ) just for short term use 'til i can upgrade towards the tail end of year.

    Thanks for any advice/suggestions ;)
     
  2. philmate

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    Hi,

    A few people have the Tannoy Mx centre and recommend them in their responses here, if you get one you can then build a package from the same range over time,they also do a sub.A lot of websites sell the package.

    Philmate.
     

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