AVS Forum Special Member
Join Date: Aug 2004
Location: sierra ecuadoriana
Mentioned: 0 Post(s)
Tagged: 0 Thread(s)
Quoted: 205 Post(s)
Originally Posted by brad11140
So it woould probably be more adventagous for me to buy them slowly so I ensure that I end up with a quality center
Its always better to build up a system, a piece at a time, as money permits, than buy the cheapest line.
The E Warehouse, when they have the Studio L series, sell for about 1/2 of list price. And the LC2 center is a very good center, and the L820s are very good surrounds, that can also be used as the L/R mains.
You could buy a pair of L820, they come 2 to a box, and then a LC2, then another pair of L820 and a sub. So over time you would have a 5.1 system.
Then at a later date, if you decided you wanted a pair of floorstanding mains buy either the L880 or L890 and move the front pair of L820 to the back and then you'd have a 7.1 system
You do need a sub for the L810, L820, L830, if you buy a pair of L880 or L890 first, you could forget the sub.
Custom, one of a kind pair, MJC212 mains, mod PT800 center, PT800 surrounds, SUB1500s. Parasound P7, Citation 19, Parasound HCA2205A, HK AVR3600, Marantz TT, Samsung BD player, Denon DVD-A player, MacBook Pro w/ Dirac Stereo Suite.