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Old 08-18-2014, 03:39 AM - Thread Starter
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Cool pioneer fs52+c52 as fronts& Infinity primus p163 as rear

I was thinking of ordering the pioneers' fs&center while moving the primus p163 to function as surround.
Should this setting will be okay? isn't the primus163 a bit over as rears?
please tell me what you think of it..
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I don't think it matters what you use for surrounds. Most of the surround content is just ambience.
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I was thinking of ordering the pioneers' fs&center while moving the primus p163 to function as surround.
Should this setting will be okay? isn't the primus163 a bit over as rears?
please tell me what you think of it..
thank you
Why not pick up the Infinity P363 when it goes on sale? If you like the Infinity sound then I would stick with that, you may not like the more laid back sound of the Pioneers.

Alternatively, what sub do you have? The P163s work well as fronts when you have a nice sub paired with them.

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