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#1 of 8 David Blair

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Posted July 05 2008 - 04:40 AM

My current setup is 2 JBL E30's and a Dayton sub. I want to add a center channel, preferably an EC25 or EC35 but I'm not having much luck finding either. Is there another JBL center channel that will match the E30's?
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#2 of 8 pat00139

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Posted July 05 2008 - 07:51 AM

Best Buy Canada has the ES25 centre channel. I guess you could order from them...

#3 of 8 JoeyR

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Posted July 06 2008 - 03:55 AM

Found one on Google shopping search but they want 300 bucks for it, good luck. Exact same setup I had but I upgraded from the E30s to E80s for my fronts and sides

#4 of 8 David Blair

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Posted July 10 2008 - 08:54 AM

Can anyone help?
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#5 of 8 Phil Iturralde

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Posted July 29 2008 - 07:47 AM

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Originally Posted by David Blair
Can anyone help?

How about eBay? Check this out ... JBL N-Center II Center Channel

FYI: The "N" Series is the original design released around 1999, and the "E" Series (next model that replaced the "N" Series) is timber-(voice)-match to the N Center since it has the identical tweeter w/size & design.

Hope you find something!

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#6 of 8 David Blair

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Posted July 29 2008 - 09:02 AM

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Originally Posted by Phil Iturralde
How about eBay? Check this out ... JBL N-Center II Center Channel

FYI: The "N" Series is the original design released around 1999, and the "E" Series (next model that replaced the "N" Series) is timber-(voice)-match to the N Center since it has the identical tweeter w/size & design.

Hope you find something!

Phil

An N series is what I wound up getting. It has made a tremendous improvement in the sound quality of my system.
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#7 of 8 Phil Iturralde

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Posted July 29 2008 - 10:47 AM

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An N series is what I wound up getting. It has made a tremendous improvement in the sound quality of my system.
Great! Any "N" Series speaker will work, so if you decide to add surrounds, you can use the JBL Northridge N24AWII 2-Way Weather-Resistant Bookshelf Speakers ...

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... the package includes the wall-brackets!

You'll love the 360-degree seamless surround sound!!!

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#8 of 8 Todd Stout

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Posted August 02 2008 - 04:42 PM

Is the new ES Series a continuation of the the N and E series speakers? I really liked the sound of the E90 speakers from a few years ago and I'm wondering how similar the new ES90 is.





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