Originally Posted by remodeler /forum/post/14305288
I know he stated that he doesn't have the space but the question was what's the best center channel. There is no other option that will have any hope of being timbre matched.
Originally Posted by oztech /forum/post/14305411
I'll second the phantom center as the only thing i know of that would match would be
Originally Posted by remodeler /forum/post/14305764
I know what a lot of people say about that but there are a few Klipsch forum members who use Heresys on their side for a center channel.
Originally Posted by remodeler /forum/post/14306627
Sivadselim, you wouldn't stir up trouble, no way.
Originally Posted by sivadselim /forum/post/14306723
How that "vertical Cornwall" worked well is a mystery to me....... sort of.
Originally Posted by Soundood /forum/post/14307658
It will work as a center IF you are a 1 or 2 person movie watcher. If, however, you have more people watching and need more coverage to the sides (3 or more seats), a center with limited horizontal dispersion won't work well for you.
Originally Posted by Soundood /forum/post/14305646
Tough one. Customers who have purchased H3's from me have used a third H-3 as a center. If there is absolutely no way, you could use a KL-650, the THX Ultra 2 center. It at least has a prayer of keeping up with the H-3's, has a similar frequency response range, and has a very smooth horn with exceptional dynamics. Academy centers are hard to come by.
Sure you can't re-arrange things to use a third H-3?
Originally Posted by oOOBillO0o /forum/post/17685583
What kind of A/V furniture has your customers gone with given that they have 3 H3's? I am having tough time finding a suitable solution. Right now, I plan on wall mounting the TV and having two separate A/V racks with the H3 Center in between.