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Due to space issues I need a smaller center speaker then the Level II center. Any issues with using the HTD Level II for the right and left but use the Flat Panel Speaker for the center?


this will be paired with a BIC America F12 Sub.

If you think this would be a bad pair then any other small center speakers for around the same price you would recommend?
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Well using any center speaker that is not matched to your mains can be very distracting depending on how picky you are. Also, the center speaker is too important to leave it to a lesser speaker so if you mostly sweet in the sweet spot, you might be better of just going with a phantom center speaker.

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