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What hertz should i set my CM10's and CMC2 S2 to on my AVR? Some say 60hz and others say 80hz?
I would use 60 for the CM10s (or 50 if an option) and 80 for the CMC2.
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Yes, unless you can/ want use another 805 D3 as your center.
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Best option if possible....

I prefer the look of a real center channel, is there a downside to using an HTM2 D3 over a 805d3? thanks again .. how about a Nautilus HTM2
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Well a lot of movies have pans that frequently go across all 3 speakers. So effects and dialogue are certainly noticeable to me when the speakers aren't well matched.

Front to rear matching is also important, but less so if you're viewing habits tend toward action films. Concerts and films where the score bleeds into the rears it's definitely important IMO.
thanks jeahrens...
I will be addressing the surrounds after i figure out what to do about center channel.. although I really done have space or funds to perfectly match surrounds with my 803 D2 fronts. Probably should have also asked what folks thought would be a good match in a bookshelf size speaker.

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Any CM10S2 owners have any feelings about how they stack up to the Paradigm Prestige towers? I realize this is a B&W thread but just wondering if anyone who went with CM10s made this comparison. I haven't heard the Paradigm's yet but they have gotten pretty good reviews within the same price category. Just curious.

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Wondering if someone could help with this question I have. I purchased the CM Center S2 for my system and it does sound good. With MCACC EQ it's slightly low during dialog parts. If I turn up the volume then the action scenes are too loud. I realize they're meant to be loud but they are even louder than they should be. I'm wondering if a CM Center 2 S2 would help with this given my room size? - and maybe that's the right center vs the smaller CM Center 2 without the mid bass. You can see pictures of my room in the signature link.

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