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post #1 of 4 Old 11-09-2008, 08:53 PM - Thread Starter
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I'm installing AIM5 One's for the front L/R speakers, and monoprice 5 1/4's for the rears, but I don't know what to do for a center channel. They do not want the speakcraft center channel because it too large. I know another center wouldn't be timbre matched to the AIM5's but the couple I'm installing this for aren't audiophiles so I don't think that will matter.

Do y'all have any suggestions for a good center channel in a smaller form factor? If it were under $200 that would be awesome too...

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IMO they are crazy for not wanting to go with the same three across the front.

And I'm a Speakercraft owner, and I approve this message.
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I agree...but I can't really convince them otherwise though...anyone have suggestions?
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I agree...but I can't really convince them otherwise though...anyone have suggestions?

Find another salesman to convince them.
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