Cerwin Vega Center
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Cerwin-Vega VE-5C 2-Way Home Audio Center Channel Speaker (Each, Black)
The most crucial element in any home theater system, the Cerwin-Vega VE Series 2-way Center Channel delivers 150W of power handling from 60 Hz to 20 kHz for precise dialogue reproduction....
Cerwin-Vega XLS-6C 2-Way Home Audio Center Channel Speaker (Each, Black)
A large-format, center channel speaker with incredible dialog performance, the Cerwin-Vega XLS-6C features two 6.5-inch fiber impregnated woofers and a 1-inch soft dome tweeter coupled to a proprietary waveguide....
Cerwin Vega! VE-15 15 3-Way Tower Speaker (1)
The large, 3-way designs with Bass Reflex and 15-inch woofer, respectively, kick out the high volume and articulated bass that have made Cerwin-Vega famous. They're perfect for everything from the tight definition of mid- and high-frequency rock and jazz to the deep bass of hip-hop and R&B....
Realm By Scosche Ls6c Audiophile Component Set Speaker 6.5
20MM INVERTED TITANIUM DOME TWEETER3-POSITION TWEETER ATTENUATION WITH OVERSIZED JUMPERS6 DB LOW PASS12 DB HIGH PASS6.5" COMPONENT SETUPC : 033991016613Shipping Dimensions : 22.40in X 14.00in X 4.70inEstimated Shipping Weight : 14.9...
What speakers do I need for the best 7.1 sound?
I recently purchased an INTEGRA DTR 6.9 receiver. This receiver is capable of 7.1 sound and bi-amping. My question is, which would be the best speakers to match what I have, and how/where should I place them? I have large rectangular room. My current set up consists of two Klipsch front floorstanding speakers. My center is a POLK CS400. My sub is an old SONY 10". My surround rears are BOSE 301's. For now I have a JVC center and a CERWIN VEGA center set up as my left and right surrounds.
Should I keep the centers where they are, or should I purchase some new surrounds?
Should I replace the Bose 301's rears with a surround sound speaker?
Sounds like you've got allot going on...Different types, brands and qualities of speakers can lead to a very confusing rig...The ideal setup in any home theatre would be to have all speakers match...
Bose speakers were designed before surround sound existed...That's the principle behind their "direct/reflecting" theory...It creates the illusion of surround from only two speakers...And thus aren't the best choice for true surround...
When you shop for new speakers...NEVER LISTEN TO OPINIONS...JUST LISTEN TO THE SPEAKERS!..Follow this and everything else falls into place...Listen to personal CDs and listen carefully to each possible selection...Hearing your favorite songs on different models will help you decide...
Like most people will say, the choice is subjective...What sounds good to you, may not to me and vice versa...Some popular high-end brands are:
B&W - http://www.bwspeakers.com/
Vandersteen - http://www.vandersteen.com/
Legacy Audio - http://www.legacy-audio.com/
These manufacturers offer much higher end items than what we find at our local home theater store...They also have extensive lines for those who want bookshelfs over floor-standing models...
There are also speciality speakers like electrostats...Electrostats (planars) are LARGE polarized plates that use capacitance to make sound waves...Brands like Magnepan and Martin-Logan have been around for ages...
Don't be afraid to also try listening to some recording studio grade speakers...The local music stores (Guitar Center or Sam Ash) usually have a good selection and may even be better quality than what you find at Best Buy...Popular studio monitors are Genelic, ADAM and KRK...
I have a set of Focal's (also called JM Labs) and a set of ProAc's...I'd not part with either one..After what seems like the same battle you're fighting, I decided to go with 5 identical speakers for the system...This creates a uniform sound for movies and surround music...Also gives me floorspace back form the large Electrostats I used to have...They sound great...
Ideally, the speakers should be positioned so that each is the same distance from you (the listener)...Picture this: if you were sitting in the middle of a clock, the center channel sould be at 12:00, the left and right would be at 10:00 and 02:00, and the surrounds should be at about 8:30 and 4:30...
Let me know how you make out...