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post #3991 of 3995 Old 02-14-2015, 08:40 AM
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P143's would be fine for surrounds. If you're gonna buy a PC351 center then at least get P153's up front if not P163's.

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So I take it a pc351 flanked by 143's in the front would sound off balance?
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Well, with the $99 deal on the P363 I pulled the trigger on those and bought the PC351 center channel. I'm curious how they are going to sound compared to my 20+ year old NHT set-up. I have the NHT 2.1 floor standing model (younger brother to the more popular NHT 2.5 model). The NHT's in their day would have been considered a step up to the Primus line. However, I'm guessing the advancement in technology may move these Primus speakers above my current set-up.

Here's my question, my rear speakers are the small NHT SuperZero Xu model. I'm wondering if it will blend well enough. Obviously, you want timbre-matched front three speakers, but I'm guessing there is more wiggle room in the rears. If I did get a pair of P143's, I'd prefer to keep my Omni-Mount wall mount system. Could I put a couple of wood screws into the back of the p143's to attach the plate of my Omni-Mount (see attached photo)?

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EDIT: I just noticed on that the 140/143 model has a threaded insert for a third party mounting system, so, disregard my question on the wood screws. If anyone has a used black set in good working condition, let me know.
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Any thoughts on a cost effective solution to driving the P363's while incorporating my PC into the mix?

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Any thoughts on a cost effective solution to driving the P363's while incorporating my PC into the mix?
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