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Using a Center speaker in the rear?

Discussion in 'Speakers' started by Chuck Bogie, Jun 15, 2004.

  1. Chuck Bogie

    Chuck Bogie Second Unit

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    I'm thinking of upgrading a bit, and I've got a center speaker (Infinity's sideways MTM Entra...) that'll be left over. Will I notice bad craziness if I use it to replace the single conventional speaker that I've got mounted on the rear wall?

    System at present:

    Denon 1803, Infinity Entra Threes in front, Entra center, Entra Twos on the sides, older Infinity RS-something hanging on the back wall...

    Figuring on buying the larger Entra Two center to replace the existing one...
     
  2. Chuck Bogie

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    I'm thinking of upgrading a bit, and I've got a center speaker (Infinity's sideways MTM Entra...) that'll be left over. Will I notice bad craziness if I use it to replace the single conventional speaker that I've got mounted on the rear wall?

    System at present:

    Denon 1803, Infinity Entra Threes in front, Entra center, Entra Twos on the sides, older Infinity RS-something hanging on the back wall...

    Figuring on buying the larger Entra Two center to replace the existing one...
     
  3. Johnny_M

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    im using a center in the rear. i upgraded my center so i need ed a place to put it, for me the sound was MUCH better since my l and r surrounds are not very high end speakers.


    johnny
     
  4. Johnny_M

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    im using a center in the rear. i upgraded my center so i need ed a place to put it, for me the sound was MUCH better since my l and r surrounds are not very high end speakers.


    johnny
     

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