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Rensselaer: thanks for the reply I appreciate the links very much! Space is a concern for where I want the surrounds to go; I would probably go with the P142s sometime in the near future after a bit more research.

GLBright: although I said I would love to run dual subs, I am not at all opposed to running just 1 if it would sound better / is a better value. I was only asking if Infinity made a sub that would be ideal for a dual sub setup (while still maintaining decent price/performance), and from your post it sounds like there are better options out there. I have done research regarding this type of subwoofer setup and was only curious as to what Infinity could offer, seeing as how most of my speakers will be from them.
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I've been looking at the Infinity speakers too. I had just about decided on the 362s but then found a deal on the Beta 50 for not a whole lot more. Is the Beta a better enough speaker to justify the extra money? I will use them mostly for movies but some music. Receiver is a HK AVR 435, HD DVD player Toshiba XA2.
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Also, I would love to run dual subs, so I am looking for a smaller sub that I can buy 2 of, as opposed to 1 big bad sub. Does Infinity make a sub that would fit what I'm looking for?

Take a look here for some examples of Infinity Subs.

http://www.infinitysystems.com/home/default.aspx

And you can find Infinity subs on sale here.

http://www.harmanaudio.com/search_br...INF&market=HOM

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I've been looking at the Infinity speakers too. I had just about decided on the 362s but then found a deal on the Beta 50 for not a whole lot more. Is the Beta a better enough speaker to justify the extra money? I will use them mostly for movies but some music. Receiver is a HK AVR 435, HD DVD player Toshiba XA2.

I have an original Primus set (360s, C25 and 160s) and a new Beta set (50s, C360, and ES250s [arriving friday]), so I can give you my opinion.

The Betas should be better (better drivers, crossovers, cabinets etc.) and from my experience they are. Highs have much more "air" and clarity, while midrange (voices) and midbass/bass (plucked bass guitar) are noticeably more articulate.
I should note I am driving them with a decent but not high-end Onkyo 605 and the 50s are crossed over @ 80Hz mated with an Outlaw sub.

The Primus 36x is a good speaker, but the Beta 50s for just a few dollars more is a no-brainer IMHO. Better act fast on the Betas because they will be gone soon.

I don't really know anything. I am just repeating what I have either heard or read elsewhere.
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hey yo!

i just got some Primus 362s to upgrade my front speakers! I plan to order a PC350 next! Or should I get a sub? Any suggestions?
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I'm currently driving the following set up with an Integra DTR-7.2:
Fronts: Primus 250s
Center: Primus C25
Surrounds: Primus 150s
Sub: KEF 25B

They are in an open room with a 13 foot vaulted ceiling. I use the system mostly for music and while the 250s have been adequate, I've been considering upgrading to 362s or Beta 50s. I've heard the Beta 50s have been discontinued. Think the differential between the 250s and Beta 50s is worth $500/pair? Thanks for the advice.
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hey yo!

i just got some Primus 362s to upgrade my front speakers! I plan to order a PC350 next! Or should I get a sub? Any suggestions?

It depends I would say if you listen to more HT, then perhaps the center speaker gives you a more natural soundstage for the voices. For music, probably the sub would be better (although, a sub for HT, I think, is a must, especially if you favor action style movies).

Long and short of it, you should get both You really cannot go wrong either way.

The PC250 or PC350 center would be 'matched' to the 362s (as you know - btw, these center speakers are not small, get the dimensions and make sure you have a good spot for it). I got the PS212 sub (it was part of a package deal from Vanns) If you go over to the sub forum, it seems there are better subs for the same dollars - the 212 matches aesthetically, though, if that's important to you.
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I'm currently driving the following set up with an Integra DTR-7.2:
Fronts: Primus 250s
Center: Primus C25
Surrounds: Primus 150s
Sub: KEF 25B

They are in an open room with a 13 foot vaulted ceiling. I use the system mostly for music and while the 250s have been adequate, I've been considering upgrading to 362s or Beta 50s. I've heard the Beta 50s have been discontinued. Think the differential between the 250s and Beta 50s is worth $500/pair? Thanks for the advice.

Either would give you a bit more impact, due to the larger drivers (252s have 5.25"), and then the 50s would be even better (8" vs 6.5").

However, you will have the question of whether you should mix and match the different speakers types, some will tell you not to do that. 'steelyken' from a few posts above should have just gotten his betas, and could provide some feeback on this.

The 50s are 10 cents cheaper than the 362s at vanns right now.

I've read that also, about the betas being discontinued, your chance to save some $$$
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Hey all. Just thought I'd let everyone know that I started my home theater build. Over the weekend I purchased an Onkyo 605 receiver and 2 Primus P152's that I'm using as fronts. They haven't arrived yet, but I'm very anxious. In a couple months I plan on adding a PC250 or PC350 center, and also one of the Infinity subs (unless someone can recommend me a better deal - still new to this).

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I was wondering what folks have gotten for grille color? When I ordered from Vanns, there was no way to select this (that I could see), and I know there are both black and silver grilles.

EDIT: From what I can tell, both colors are available. When you look at the service PDFs, there are part numbers listed for both. It just seems some web sites don't let you select the one you want when ordering.

EDIT: It seems you can contact Infinity directly and request the "other" color grilles, and it should be free. I don't know if that's just for recently purchased speakers, I would tend to think so (Infinity wanted a copy of the order invoice). At least I'll have a matched set now. Since both are available, websites should make it part of the ordering process, unless, as mentioned, they are switching from one color scheme to the other. Funny thing was the pics on the website tend to show the speaker with the grilles removed, so you don't even know what it looks like with the grille or that there is even an option.
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I believe the previous generation Primus grills were black. The new generation grills are silver. I don't think there is an option of grill color.
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It seems you can contact Infinity directly and request the "other" color grilles, and it should be free. I don't know if that's just for recently purchased speakers, I would tend to think so (Infinity wanted a copy of the order invoice). At least I'll have a matched set now.

Hello rensselaer...

How did you contact Infinity...?
By email, phone, etc...?
If by email, what address did you use...?

I ask this because, after reading your post, I filled out a contact form on their website with the following:

Hello.

I bought an INFINITY PRIMUS PS212 SUBWOOFER from Garrett Smart Electronics.

It came with a Silver Grille.

I own 5 other INFINITY Speakers:

(2) SM 155 (Main Front)
(1) SM Video (Center Channel)
(2) Primus 150 (Surrounds)

and they all have Black grilles.

Is there any way I could get a black grille for the INFINITY PRIMUS PS212 SUBWOOFER?

I have all the receipts from my online transaction, if they are needed.

Thanks in advance for any help.

Sincerely,
My Name



I received an email back... unfortunately stating I could buy a Black grille from them for $30.25...

If I could get the Black Grille for free, I'd be a happy camper...

Thanks in advance for any info you can bestow...
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I spray painted my Primus 150's grey grills black to match my fronts. I used some black spray paint I had laying around and they come out looking great. Not hard to do...took my 20 minutes to do four grills.

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Hello rensselaer...

How did you contact Infinity...?
By email, phone, etc...?
If by email, what address did you use...?

I ask this because, after reading your post, I filled out a contact form on their website with the following:

Hello.

I bought an INFINITY PRIMUS PS212 SUBWOOFER from Garrett Smart Electronics.

It came with a Silver Grille.

....

Is there any way I could get a black grille for the INFINITY PRIMUS PS212 SUBWOOFER?

I have all the receipts from my online transaction, if they are needed.

Thanks in advance for any help.

Sincerely,
My Name



I received an email back... unfortunately stating I could buy a Black grille from them for $30.25...

If I could get the Black Grille for free, I'd be a happy camper...

Thanks in advance for any info you can bestow...

I went to this page and selected the particular speaker, once it refreshed, I selected the 'Contact Us' link, which leads to a page with 20 questions. I filled that out and sent it. They requested the receipt, I sent that back and they shipped out the grilles.

My order was through Vanns though, which is an authorized reseller. According to this page, your store is not -- maybe that's why?
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I upgraded my primus c25 with a beta c360 - I wrote a review here - http://www.avsforum.com/avs-vb/showt...0#post13055430
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I upgraded my primus c25 with a beta c360 - I wrote a review here - http://www.avsforum.com/avs-vb/showt...0#post13055430

Did you consider getting the Primus PC350? I saw you were concerned about the matching tonality, of mixing the different speaker lines, this would have been a closer match.

BTW, I agree with you on the size of these things, my old center speaker from a htib was a tiny little thing. these things are huge
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Hi all,

Long time lurker, first post. Just got my Primus 362s and am setting them up. The plastic feet that I got with them don't really seem like they match/fit the metal posts on the bottom of the speakers. The bottoms of these posts are oval in shape and the plastic feet are circular... also there's no threads in the bottoms, so I don't think the plastic feet are supposed to screw in. I'm not really sure how these are supposed to fit on and suspect I may have received the wrong feet and thought other owners may know. I don't really want to put the metal posts directly on my hardwood floors.

I've got a few pics I uploaded that hopefully will show what I mean, sorry for the poor quality:
farm3.static.flickr.com/2370/2258834961_a9648335ef_b.jpg
farm3.static.flickr.com/2152/2258833935_c58da93857_b.jpg

Thanks in advance!
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Hi all,

Long time lurker, first post. Just got my Primus 362s and am setting them up. The plastic feet that I got with them don't really seem like they match/fit the metal posts on the bottom of the speakers. The bottoms of these posts are oval in shape and the plastic feet are circular... also there's no threads in the bottoms, so I don't think the plastic feet are supposed to screw in. I'm not really sure how these are supposed to fit on and suspect I may have received the wrong feet and thought other owners may know. I don't really want to put the metal posts directly on my hardwood floors.

Look on page 3 of the manual, it has instructions on changing the feet. Not really sure on the spikes, I don't believe the speakers came with them, only these outboard/inboard feet.

BTW, did you get black or silver grilles?
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I see some questions here about the Beta's. I am getting ready to sell off my 5.0 set (50's, C360, 20's) of Beta's in case anyone is interested. I got them new from an authorized dealer in Nov. 07. They remain in 100%, likely not even broken in condition.

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Look on page 3 of the manual it has instructions on changing the feet. Not really sure on the spikes, I don't believe the speakers came with them, only these outboard/inboard feet.

BTW, did you get black or silver grilles?

Thanks for the help, I don't know how I missed this if it's in the doc that I got, will have to check when I get home.

I got black grilles.
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Howdy, I just picked up a pair of P362 from Harman's eBay auctions for about $260 delivered to go along with a HK3485 & DVD 37 I picked up a few months back for a total of about $200. For under $500, it's a pretty nifty (and thrifty) set-up.

The P362 are not the best speakers I've ever heard but they're very nice, out of the box they're very laid-back, I expect their sound will change pretty radically over the next few weeks, they've got that sort of sound; also, they seem a bit fussy with placement (unlike the Beta 20 they replace). Does anyone care to share they're long term experience with the P362.
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Wow. I just got the PS-212 and this sub kicks ass. I'm absolutely thrilled to add this to my system. It helped breathed new life into my home theater sound experience.

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Does anyone know if the P152 silver grills would fit on my P150s?

Reason I ask is I just bought a PC350 center and it's grill is silver... so it looks funny with the them not matching.

BTW:

PC350 rocks. It is very clear and balanced compared to an old Pioneer center it replaced. I highly recommend it, it really helps bring out the vocal tones but I think that is due to the 3 way design with dual mids.
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Does anyone know if the P152 silver grills would fit on my P150s?

Reason I ask is I just bought a PC350 center and it's grill is silver... so it looks funny with the them not matching.

BTW:

PC350 rocks. It is very clear and balanced compared to an old Pioneer center it replaced. I highly recommend it, it really helps bring out the vocal tones but I think that is due to the 3 way design with dual mids.

My impression is NO, they will not fit. If you read back some in the thread, I believe the same question was asked. Now, depending on who you purchased the speaker from, you may be able to get them to contact Harmon about getting the replacement grille, or you could check with Harman yourself. Look back at post #911 (and look at some following that one), I ordered thru Vanns and some speakers came with silver and some other with black (in the same order). I was able to get the black grilles for every speaker, it took several rounds of emails. If all else fails, you can order them from Harmon directly.

I agree with your assessment on the 350. Only problem I have it the thing is too big! I still haven't finalized exactly how I want to set it up.
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Wow. I just got the PS-212 and this sub kicks ass. I'm absolutely thrilled to add this to my system. It helped breathed new life into my home theater sound experience.

I have the same, it came with a package deal that Vanns had before Xmas. It's the 1st "real" sub I've had and it definitely adds some punch, especially to HT. It seems from reading over in the sub forum, there are alternatives in the same price range that are "better", I'm happy though -- the walls shake sufficiently
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Howdy, I just picked up a pair of P362 from Harman's eBay auctions for about $260 delivered to go along with a HK3485 & DVD 37 I picked up a few months back for a total of about $200. For under $500, it's a pretty nifty (and thrifty) set-up.

The P362 are not the best speakers I've ever heard but they're very nice, out of the box they're very laid-back, I expect their sound will change pretty radically over the next few weeks, they've got that sort of sound; also, they seem a bit fussy with placement (unlike the Beta 20 they replace). Does anyone care to share they're long term experience with the P362.

If you have a Frys near you, they occasionally put the 362s on sale for $99 apiece (this is in store, not on their website). Here, they had the special near Xmas and again over the President's Day weekend. Had to pay sales tax, bit still an excellent deal. Having 362s for surrounds is something to behold

I'm quite happy with the speakers, I've not really had an quality speakers before so I can't really comment on the long term experience. They sound very nice to me -- and that's what counts, hard to believe for the price you'd get a better deal.
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If you have a Frys near you, they occasionally put the 362s on sale for $99 apiece (this is in store, not on their website). Here, they had the special near Xmas and again over the President's Day weekend. Had to pay sales tax, bit still an excellent deal. Having 362s for surrounds is something to behold

I'm quite happy with the speakers, I've not really had an quality speakers before so I can't really comment on the long term experience. They sound very nice to me -- and that's what counts, hard to believe for the price you'd get a better deal.

Thanks, that's a great price at Fry's.

They really are a well put together & great sounding, and for the price they're going for, an absolute steal.
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When I was in college I bought the Primus center and Bookshelf's. I am looking for the 250's to match but can't find them for sale anywhere at a resonable price. Can someone point me in the right direction. Thank you.
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When I was in college I bought the Primus center and Bookshelf's. I am looking for the 250's to match but can't find them for sale anywhere at a resonable price. Can someone point me in the right direction. Thank you.

It seems the xx0 line was replaced somewhat recently by the xx2 line (so now there is a 252 tower instead). Here's Vanns page for the 252.

Probably for the older models you'd need to try ebay or cl (amazon and crutchfield both say out of stock).
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I am new to this forum but just decided to read a bit and I ended up buying a new system
OLD
Onkyo 501
sony 8 inch sub not sure of the model got it with an old htib
Sdat 3 way floor speaker
insignia bookshelfs as the rears
and a sony center channel from my old HTIB
sony dvd player

I just ordered

Harman Kardan 340 7.1 reciever
Infinity primus 252 fronts
Infinity Primus 250 center
infinity primus 152s for the 4 rears
jbl subwoofer 10 inch 150 watts powered
harmon kardon dvd - 22

How do you all think this would sound?
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