center channel speaker

Atlantis acoustique estErel mk3 speaker

Atlantis acoustique estErel mk3 speaker

WHILE THEY ARE EXPENSIVE, THEIR QUALITY OF SOUND IS WELL WORTH THE INVESTMENT.

 

While they are not the cheapest speakers out there, their sound quality is well worth every penny.

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Pioneer s-hf11c

PIONEER S-HF11C

REASONABLY PRICED HOME THEATER SPEAKER THAT THOROUGHLY ENHANCES TV AND DVD VOICE DIALOG.

This center-console speaker not only envelopes the vibrations of the inner tweeter to produce enriched bass, but it also increases the volume of voice dialog. Overall, the Pioneer S-HF11C is an all-around capable home speaker that enhances the capability of any A/C receiver.

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The horn shoppe horn loudspeaker

THE HORN SHOPPE HORN LOUDSPEAKER

SUPERB FOR HEADBANGERS, COLLEGE STUDENTS, AND PEOPLE LOOKING TO JOIN THE REVOLUTION. VIVA LA CAUSA!

Their reasonable price and potential for loudness caters to college students and headbangers alike. Their sound quality is decent, but it could be better.

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Yamaha ns- p236

YAMAHA NS- P236

A SET OF 6 SMALL SURROUNDS + SUB

If you’re looking to add basic surround sound for movies, television, etc. these speakers offer an inexpensive, all-inclusive way to do so. They won’t blow you away, but they won’t blow your bank account either.

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Kef q6c center speaker

KEF Q6C CENTER SPEAKER

Q SERIES CENTER SPEAKER

The Q6c does just what a center speaker should; it matches perfectly with the main speakers, and smoothly transitions the front of your system into a surround-based 5.1/6.1 set up. If you like the KEF Q Series and intend to capitalize on the full potential of movie soundtracks, the Q6c is a must.

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DIY Center Channel Speaker: The True Heavyweight Champion

The center channel speaker is the most important speaker in a home theater setup because it carries the majority of the sound and all of the dialogue. I realized several years ago that the typical MTM center channel configuration, regardless of brand or cost, was inadequate for conveying the richness of HT. This is particularly important with bass. Most center channels are rated at 50Hz or higher. That’s not good enough. read more…

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