Slim Centre Speaker Required - Advice Sought

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  1. windfall

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    Hi Chaps

    I am taking a trip over to the states in a couple of weeks and my brother in law has asked me to get him a centre speaker.

    He wants one that can sit under a plasma and not look out of place.

    So he is looking for a rectangular box 4" deep (100mm) by 12" wide (300mm) and prefer something in silver.

    The worst bit is that he doesnt want to spend an awful lot (£50) so I think we are looking for a budget speaker.

    Can anyone point me to a retailer that may be able to help. Have looked on richer Sounds but nout there.

    Thanks

    Tone
     
  2. Astaroth

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    You may want to consider the Mission M3c1 - it is a little smaller in depth than you ask and doesnt look bad under a plasma screen - superfi are currently listing it at £69 and so it isnt a million miles from your budget and a little shopping arround may get it cheaper
     
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    Yamaha have a new range of speakers, and the centre is extraordinbarly thin. Is certainly worth a look, i had a sub sat (model 220) yamaha and they wern't bad.
     
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    Thanks chaps - some good advice - will take a look!

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