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Matching centre required! Help!!!!

Discussion in 'Home Cinema Speakers' started by AV Geeza, Jan 12, 2002.

  1. AV Geeza

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    Im looking for a centre speaker to go with my front speakers; Audio Physic Tempo III.
    Are there any any other Audio Physic owners or anyone who has experience of these speakers that could recommend a centre speaker from another company that would match tonaly?
    Audio Physic do there own centre, but at £800 its a little more than I wanted to spend.
    My budget is £500.
    Thanks :)
     
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    Is there anybody there?:confused:
    Help!!!!:(
     
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    Try the KEF Q95C in your system to see if it matches...
     
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    Thanks Lowrider.
    Can I ask why you suggested this speaker? :confused:
     
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    The center speaker, besides matching the fronts, should have good dispersion, and KEF´s driver arrangement does it better than most... Of course the reference 100 is better, but I sugested the cheaper... You have to test wich sounds more like your fronts.

    Actually I disconnect the center for music listening, I prefer the way the stage is presented... For TV and movies, you need the center, but then it doesn´t have to be exactly the same (though it should), but just have a similar tonal balance...

    Thats what I found out using and upgrading my system...
     

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