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Center speaker $300-$500

I'm looking for a center speaker that is around $300 to $500 and NOT made in China. This is for my small media room, 15ftx12ft. Front speakers and center are from Infinity that I got them 2nd hand. Sub is KlipschR-10SW and surround is a pair of Klipsch R-14S Surround. I plan to replace 2 front speakers and the center but thinking the center will go in first. Would you give me some suggestions? Thanks.

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Center speaker $300-$500

Is this to add to a present setup ? If so what is your setup right now. I say that since center probably should me matched to present system .. but not edged in stone for some


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I'm looking for a center speaker that is around $300 to $500 and NOT made in China. This is for my small media room with 65 OLED TV. Would you give me some suggestions? Thanks.

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I would assume that at least 1 part of any speaker is made in China. I have a seamless bowfront 130 gallon saltwater tank that was made in China and is a work of art. I have seen made in the USA items that were complete junk. Living in a global economy, I really don't see an issue, but i understand not wanting an inferior product. Its best to match your front channels with your center so if you state what your L and R is some suggestions will come your way.
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I'm looking for a center speaker that is around $300 to $500 and NOT made in China. This is for my small media room with 65 OLED TV. Would you give me some suggestions? Thanks.

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here's one: https://www.tektondesign.com/center-channel-lp.html

hand assembled in the USA: http://www.ascendacoustics.com/pages...c/cmt340c.html

check out triad speakers, only available through dealers, lots of used on ebay. (dawngordon is a frequent poster and a dealer, I believer)

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I have a pair of Klipsch R-14S Surround and Klipsch R-10SW. I don't know the name of the center and the front speakers as they came in as a 5.1 system. I will eventually replace these 3 speakers. Looking to replace the center first as it is getting worse

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Power Sound Audio assembled in US.

Power Sound Audio designs, develops, and assembles high quality loudspeakers and subwoofers for home theater environments. Located in the heartland of America, Power Sound Audio is headquartered in a small Midwest town called Mineral Ridge, OH.

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Power Sound Audio designs, develops, and assembles high quality loudspeakers and subwoofers for home theater environments. Located in the heartland of America, Power Sound Audio is headquartered in a small Midwest town called Mineral Ridge, OH.



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This is more than my budget. I was looking at the definitive technology but don't know if it is good with my system

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This is more than my budget. I was looking at the definitive technology but don't know if it is good with my system

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Emotiva C1 would be a good choice. Klipsch RP have several center options that would work well. Ascend 340-SE center often recommended in this forum.
http://www.ascendacoustics.com/pages...c/cmt340c.html
https://www.crutchfield.com/p_714RP6...00C-Ebony.html
https://emotiva.com/collections/loud...ts/airmotiv-c1
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My.02. If your doing front 3 by all means.wouldnt do center alone without knowing what your mains will be


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My.02. If your doing front 3 by all means.wouldnt do center alone without knowing what your mains will be


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If I have to do all 3 front speakers with the center is around $300-$500, which 3 speakers do you recommend?

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I just replaced mine with klispch rc-42 ii, vocals are very clear.

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If I have to do all 3 front speakers with the center is around $300-$500, which 3 speakers do you recommend?

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I may have misunderstood you. Thought You mentioned you were going to replace front three? I would think if only center and not changing your mains then try to find a center that could ppssibly match the mains you have.. what exactly is going on with the center you do have ?

Looked up you speaker the r14s is a surround speaker? Whats ur mains? Or u using them as mains?
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Don’t know what you have against China but Elac Debut Center is awesome


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Emotiva C1 would be a good choice. Klipsch RP have several center options that would work well. Ascend 340-SE center often recommended in this forum.
http://www.ascendacoustics.com/pages...c/cmt340c.html
https://www.crutchfield.com/p_714RP6...00C-Ebony.html
https://emotiva.com/collections/loud...ts/airmotiv-c1
^^ Great suggestions. I personally have three Ascend 340's as my front stage and they are great. But since you have Klipsch as surrounds and if you would like to stay with Klipsch I would look at the RP line recommended by pase22
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This is more than my budget. I was looking at the definitive technology but don't know if it is good with my system

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New Def Techs are made in China since that seems to be a sticking point for you. If you wanted to find an older one that was made in the US I'd recommend a CLR-2000 or the big-daddy CLR-3000.
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^^ Great suggestions. I personally have three Ascend 340's as my front stage and they are great. But since you have Klipsch as surrounds and if you would like to stay with Klipsch I would look at the RP line recommended by pase22
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Reread original post ref npt knkwing what mains and center are. Should be labeled on back of speaker will show model


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I may have misunderstood you. Thought You mentioned you were going to replace front three? I would think if only center and not changing your mains then try to find a center that could ppssibly match the mains you have.. what exactly is going on with the center you do have ?

Looked up you speaker the r14s is a surround speaker? Whats ur mains? Or u using them as mains?
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The main 2 front speakers along with the center are garbage. I got as a 2nd hand and have been trying to replace them. Will eventually replace all 3 but thinking the center is more important

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The room is small, 15ftx12ft, so I don't want to buy anything too big. I currently have Klipsch R-14S Surround as surround speakers and Klipsch R-10SW as sub. The front speakers and the center are Infinity (small like computer speakers) I think and I will need to replace those soon. Right now i am thinking to replace the center with a budget around $300 to $500. And few months after that, replace the front speakers.

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PSA is top notch for HT. Actually great value for what it provides in terms of dynamics and clarity but understand they are pricey.

Polk LSiM 704c is a great 3 way center that many have had very positive results here on AVS. Add the Polk LSiM 703 bookshelf, 705 or 707 tower depending on budget.

https://www.adorama.com/pkalsim704c....ce=rflaid62905

Polk store has a super deal on buy 4 LSiM 703 bookshelf and get a free LSiM 706c center. But maybe not in your budget right now.
https://www.ebay.com/itm/Polk-Audio-...MAAOSwq5FcuNII


Emotiva C1 also 3 way and great center.

https://emotiva.com/collections/loud...ts/airmotiv-c1
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PSA is top notch for HT. Actually great value for what it provides in terms of dynamics and clarity but understand they are pricey.



Polk LSiM 704c is a great 3 way center that many have had very positive results here on AVS. Add the Polk LSiM 703 bookshelf, 705 or 707 tower depending on budget.



https://www.adorama.com/pkalsim704c....ce=rflaid62905



Polk store has a super deal on buy 4 LSiM 703 bookshelf and get a free LSiM 706c center. But maybe not in your budget right now.

https://www.ebay.com/itm/Polk-Audio-...MAAOSwq5FcuNII





Emotiva C1 also 3 way and great center.



https://emotiva.com/collections/loud...ts/airmotiv-c1
Regular price for the LSiM 704c is $750? $299 on sale is a really good deal!

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Looks like those polk deals posted are a deal to be made. Better jump


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Replace all three with RSL CG3/CG23 ... UNDER budget. These should be plenty in your small room. Clear and detailed sound.

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I say go for the best center for the money, then slowly add matching L/R speakers as funds allow. That being said, I recommend pre-owned and that you look for an Aerial Acoustics CC3 center. One of the best center speakers ever. Aerials new models would be even better, but well beyond their budget. It’s too bad more aren’t familiar with Aerial Acoustics, they have lost a lot of appeal in the forums since they are not the latest fad.

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Not made in China: Paradigm (Premier & up), Klipsch, PSA.
Klipsch has some products "designed and assembled in America" but their mainstream stuff seems to be made in China as far as I can tell. Is that not correct?
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I'm looking for a center speaker that is around $300 to $500 and NOT made in China. This is for my small media room, 15ftx12ft. Front speakers and center are from Infinity that I got them 2nd hand. Sub is KlipschR-10SW and surround is a pair of Klipsch R-14S Surround. I plan to replace 2 front speakers and the center but thinking the center will go in first. Would you give me some suggestions? Thanks.

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As others have mentioned, Triad is an American manufacturer that hand builds their home theater speakers in Portland, Oregon. They use very high-quality parts and feature super-stiff internal bracing. The company will even color paint match (or veneer match) the speakers to match their surroundings.

For your size room I would recommend the Bronze Series:

https://www.triadspeakers.com/produc...ir-bronze-lcr/

https://www.triadspeakers.com/produc...bronze-center/

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As others have mentioned, Triad is an American manufacturer that hand builds their home theater speakers in Portland, Oregon. They use very high-quality parts and feature super-stiff internal bracing. The company will even color paint match (or veneer match) the speakers to match their surroundings.



For your size room I would recommend the Bronze Series:



https://www.triadspeakers.com/produc...ir-bronze-lcr/



https://www.triadspeakers.com/produc...bronze-center/
Thanks. I'm looking to see where they sell it and how much.

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Triad sells though local custom installers. Bronze LCRs have an MSRP of $650 each. It's up to the individual dealer whether they will discount or not.

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Absolutely give a look to Aperion Audio. Their speakers are built right here in Oregon (!), have incredible quality for the price, free shipping (BOTH Ways if you don't like them), and are in your price range. Here you go ... https://www.aperionaudio.com/collections/speakers


You can't do better in your price range. You're welcome.


EDIT: Aperion speakers are designed in Oregon, but are (hand) built elsewhere. Don't know where. I suggest the Aperion Intimus speaker line for your needs.


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