I was recently given a nice pair of DCM TimeFrame 600's by a friend. They replaced some crummy but cheap Sony floorspeakers I was using.
I am using them with a Pioneer VSX-1121K. I've gone through the Advanced MCACC process with them and am finding that while they sound great, my center channel is hopelessly outnumbered and really lacking now. My current center is another cheap-o Sony SS-CN5000.
As you can see these "new" DCM's totally dwarf my center channel.
Here are the specifications on the TF600's
92 db/1 watt/meter
Recommended Amplifier Power:
10 watts to 250 watts
Maximum Power handling:
250 watts RMS peak program
6 ohms nominal
30 Hz to 20 kHz
Rear - firing Port
Two- 6.5 inch shielded magnet woofers
Three- .75 inch tweeter, ferro - fluid cooled
Front tweeter mounled co-ax with acoustic lens
My Living Room has hardwood floors but a big carpet covering most of it, couch, heavy curtians, but fairly open. It's not an enormous open space, but it is a somewhat open floor-plan.
I'm not sure what type of center would be a good match for these speakers, I'm just lost.
Thank you for any input!