I need your recommendation in picking a center channel speaker - budget is under $200, if any speaker is more expensive but amazing value for money, I am willing to wait till my piggy bank fills up.
I have a 50 inch Toshiba HDTV, Denon AVR 1911 receiver / amp, Sony BS 1000 book shelf speakers and a PS3. While I am happy with the sound I get as compared to TV speakers, I am looking at ways to improve the sound quality.
My wife and I mostly watch television series off Netflix, maybe one to two movies a week, I do some occasional gaming on PS3. My wife likes to listen to some music connected to the receiver once in a while.
My L/R front speakers are kept dead straight (no toe in) on ground. We generally sit between the two speakers (on our couch - which is lower that regular couches, also note that I can only keep my center channel on the ground, my current AV set up does not allow me to raise the height of the center channel). Considering the fact we watch a lot of television series and some movies I think it would make sense to get a center channel speaker (am a noob with these things so please forgive my ignorance) as most of the vocals get driven through center channel.
What would be your recommendation for a center channel speaker considering my audio set up. I have read that the front L+R speakers should match the center speaker, how do I do this? Also, looks like I need to consider sensitivity and resistance of the speakers - what does it mean?!
Thanks for your inputs in advance.