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Rear center channel question?

Discussion in 'Archived Threads 2001-2004' started by Bobby S, Jul 10, 2002.

  1. Bobby S

    Bobby S Extra

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    Just made the move from my old Pioneer receiver, which was the 1st DD5.1 receiver on the market, to a new Kenwood receiver with all the bells and whistles, including THX, DTS, DD, DPL2, etc. But I am going to need a rear center speaker and I was wondering what to get. Can I use a regular medium sized bookshelf speaker, or do I need a center channel speaker like the one I use for the front center, you know, the long rectangular center speaker. Also, where in the rear should this one go? Same height as the right & left rears, or higher or lower? Thanks in advance. Bob
     
  2. Dan Hitchman

    Dan Hitchman Cinematographer

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    Same height as the side speakers. Should be direct radiating and tonally matched to the rest of your speakers.
    Do not use another "center channel" speaker.
    Short and simple. [​IMG]
    Dan
     

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