Not a ideal match at all. If you want the FH6 center with horn tweeter then get the matching bookshelf speakers with horn tweeters. Or even better get two more FH6 speakers. They are LCR's anyway so can be used as left, center and right speakers. Then you know you'll have a perfect match across the front stage. http://www.amazon.com/BIC-FH6-LCR-6-.../ref=pd_cp_e_0
Oh ok thanks...
That's why I was asking. I had a feeling that they may be operating totally differently.as.far.as efficiency. I'm leaning towards the dv62 set of bookshelves and center. I realized I totally don't have the space for Fh6's for left/right. I will also stick with the vx-11 too. Im a big fan of 10's over 8's or 12's.
Would there be any other options I should.be looking at?
That's about $400 for a center left right and sub. What else should I.be looking at?
+1 on the F-12. Step down pick would be the Dayton SUB-120 (~$150), step up pick would be the Lava Subs LSP10 (~$250). I'm not sure if you are particular on the matter, but both are ported and front firing, same as the Velodyne.
I know the woofer is a little smaller, but at the budget price you're talking, the only other speaker I'd be looking at is the Energy CB-5. You can get a pair of them for $100.
Ok, so I'm looking at these new egg deals again...
Would it be so bad to run a cs2 and a pair of monitor 40's?
That, or the dv62 center plus pair of bookseller?
I'm stuck! The Polk series 2' s are so pretty!
Already decided to get an f12.
Recently got an onkyo ht-rc360, if that makes a difference.
You shouldn't have any problem with the Polks. I have had mine for about a year and a half and I think they sound great. I am in the process of upgrading, but that is mainly because my friend is buying my old setup giving me money towards the upgrade.
Panasonic VIERA TC-P60ST60 Plasma, Onkyo TX-NR1008 receiver, OPPO BDP-83 region free, Xbox One, PS4, eD[c]12 LCR, Klipsch R-14M surrounds, Rythmik FV15HP sub
Thanks. I think I will pull the trigger on those Polks tonight!
I really didn't want to get too caught up in the thought of having to have exact
Matching speakers up front. Especially in a small room with a corner loaded sub, its not likely to make a give difference.