Center Channel Advice
I'm currently running a Polk Audio CS-350 center channel. Two of the speakers seem to be blown. They produce sound, but they rumble like they are on their way out. So I'm looking to either fix it or get a new center channel.
Here's what I'm running
Denon AVR 591
Infinity Kappa 6.2 II in front
Polk R30s in the rear
Now apparently polk no longer makes replacement drivers for the cs-350, and I could not for the life of me find them anywhere. I've check ebay, lots of audio shops, tons of websites, and nothing. I really do love this speaker though, its HUGE (holds 4 speakers and a tweeter), its heavy, and it looks really really good in my living room.
I have 2 options really:
1) recycle the cabinet because I really like it and get some different speakers, route bigger hole. This would obviously change the tonality of the speaker, especially with a tweeter already built in tuned to the originals.
2) sell this for scap/parts and get myself a new center channel. In that case, what would be reccomended for my setup? I've been told the BIC FH6-LCR is a good speaker. I want to stay in the $100-200 range if possible.
Thanks for the help!
Last edited by clickclickw00t; 07-17-2014 at 09:42 PM.