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Old 05-12-2013, 06:24 AM - Thread Starter
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Hi everyone. I currently have a 2 old Infinity IL30's as my fronts. I have the Klipsch Quintet as my center and rears, a SW 450 sub and a Denon avr 790. The Quintets seem a little underwhelming especially for the center. My question is, would getting a PC351 center be a decent match for the IL30's? Would it be considered a good timber match? Ideally, I would like to move the IL30's to the rears and get a couple P363's to use as fronts. Would you consider the P363's a better option for fronts over the IL 30's or the other way around? I like the idea of floor standing for the fronts and rears (pending they blend in appropriately to the wife).

I've been out of the mix for awhile in the speaker world. I really don't want to get rid of the 30's since they were a big purchase to me back in the day. Sentimental value and all..lol.

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Certainly go for the P363/PC351 combo. They should be a big improvement to the IL30s.
The front soundstage of the above combo will be much better than your current setup.

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