Originally Posted by aarons915
Are you guys saying you wouldn't lay an lsim 703 on it's side for aesthetic reasons or you don't think it will sound as good? As good as the 704 and 706 center channels are I would think an identical center would be best for the front soundstage even if it wasn't in it's ideal vertical orientation.
Originally Posted by PretzelFisch
three of a kind is better they all need to be in the proper orientation. the center is a nice compromise when you can have your center take up a lot of vertical space.
In what world would anyone label the LSiM706c a compromise? That thing is a monster!
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