First of all, a big thanks to this community. I've spent a significant amount of time here researching and AV decisions. Forum searches have gotten by to this point but now I could use a bit of specific help.
I've recently purchased a Samsung UN65F6300 and am now trying to line up a budget audio package. I bought a Denon AVR-E300 with the intention of using the well recommended Energy Take Classic 5.1 (a friend has them and I found them to be very acceptable) package of speakers but was recently given 4 Bowers & Wilkins LM-1 speakers as a hand me down. Since these seem to be far better speakers than what I would end up with the Energy's above, I wanted to try and use that $350 (ideally less) to buy a center and a subwoofer.
I've all put decided on the Polk CS2 Series II center channel with a Polk PSW505 subwoofer (really trying to hold out for a $200 price tag) but wanted to check in and see if there's anything glaringly wrong with the package. Ended up with both of these as they seem well regarded and the price point is in line with what I intend to spend. I had also considered the Polk PSW10 for it's attractive price point.
The room is about 20.5 x 13 (the television and speakers will be setup across the smaller dimension). Ceilings are 13 ft (wall where the tv is mounted) sloping to 8 ft (back towards this wall when watching TV). The subwoofer will be placed in a corner. Not looking to wow anyone with the home stereo just want robust and clear sound. Will also be used for music but this is very secondary (hardly worth mentioning.)
4x Bowers & Wilkins LM-1
Would the following be acceptable:
Polk CS2 Series II Center Channel
Polk PSW505 Sub (possibly Polk PSW10 to save $130)
So, what I'm hoping you could weigh in on is whether this would make an acceptable home theater system.
Any and all help is greatly appreciated.