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Hello scholarly ladies and gents. Just wanted an opinion from you guys whether an upgrade of my center channel is worth it, and if so, to which Polk center channel.

I currently own a Polk CS1 CH. My L/R are Polk M60s, and a Polk PSW505 12" sub.

I can get the following Polk Center Channels at the following $ points shipped.

CS10 $ 117
CS2 $ 163
CS20 $ 220
CSi A4 $ 240

Will I see THAT much sound improvement that an upgrade is worth it? To be honest the ~$240 on the CSI A4 is pushing my budget, but it seems that may give me the most noticeable sound improvement. Do you have any recommendation on another center channel I should/may want to look at?

Thanks,
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Hello scholarly ladies and gents. Just wanted an opinion from you guys whether an upgrade of my center channel is worth it, and if so, to which Polk center channel.

I currently own a Polk CS1 CH. My L/R are Polk M60s, and a Polk PSW505 12" sub.

I can get the following Polk Center Channels at the following $ points shipped.

CS10 $ 117
CS2 $ 163
CS20 $ 220
CSi A4 $ 240

Will I see THAT much sound improvement that an upgrade is worth it? To be honest the ~$240 on the CSI A4 is pushing my budget, but it seems that may give me the most noticeable sound improvement. Do you have any recommendation on another center channel I should/may want to look at?

Thanks,

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