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post #1 of 2 Old 02-22-2013, 08:38 AM - Thread Starter
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My current setup below has been a great 6.1 HT setup for years. Now I want to improve my stereo sound, while still retaining matching sound between speakers.

If I replaced my Monitor 7s with Studio 60s, but kept all other speakers the same, would I be throwing off the "matching speaker rule" too much to affect my overall surround sound?
Or does the Studio 60s fit in well with the remaining speakers?

Paradigm Monitor 7 v4s (L/R)
Paradigm CC-370 (centre)
Paradigm ADP-??? (L/R surround)
Paradigm In-Ceiling speaker (centre back surround)
SVS PB10-NSD subwoofer

All being driven by Marantz SR7002 receiver.
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Have you considered acoustic treatments for your front R/L soundstage before replacing the R/L's?

If you don't have acoustic treatments, they may give you what you are looking for, which I suspect is improved imaging in stereo mode.

OP you've sorta broken forum ettiqute, by brancing off a topic in 1 post into a seperate thread.
I did not read your other thread here until after I posted.......suggest you keep discusion in 1 thread.
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