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post #1 of 3 Old 09-30-2012, 08:12 AM - Thread Starter
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Hello and thanks for the help. So I have recently bought a denon avr1713 and two pioneer sp-fs52s. Here is my question, when I was purchasing them I bought the older center channel(sp-c21) instead of the newer sp-c22, will I run into any problems in the cross since they are not the same year model? If so, should I go get the sp-c22 now? Lastly I'm in the market for a sub in the budget range I have been hearing good things about the BIC f12 is that a good option?

Thanks in advance for the help, I know I'm a noob haha.

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post #2 of 3 Old 09-30-2012, 08:34 AM
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should have no problems with the older sp-c21 center as its compatible with newer fs 52 series and for budget subs the bic f-12 is very good also the polk psw505 sub at newegg $200 on sale through 10/1 with promo code EMCNAHE93

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The center channel speaker should work out fine.

IMO the BIC subwoofer is not very good. The Polk PSW505 is more powerful and articulate; hard to find a better one for under $300.
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