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post #1 of 3 Old 02-16-2013, 01:08 PM - Thread Starter
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I own two pioneer c21's as my fronts, I have a BIC fh6 lcr for my center, and two pioneer bs21s as surrounds. Would it be better to just run phantom center instead of trying to match the BIC? Its just so different with the horn tweeter. The wife has put the foot down with all the speaker purchases, so I can't buy anymore. I also have a pair of Klipsch icon kb15 too.
Comparing the pioneers with the Klipsch, the klipsch just lack midrange completely, just highs... wasted my money on those lol. So I may be selling the Klipsch on Craigslist.
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Oh, the room is 12x12 and I'm pretty much the only person who watches movies and games in it so I sit dead center.
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Would it be better to just run phantom center instead of trying to match the BIC?
Try it with the BIC and without the BIC and go with whichever configuration sounds best to you. smile.gif
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