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Originally Posted by sdurani /forum/post/0
Instead of those combos, are you willing to consider three M3v2 or M2v2 speakers across the front, for some consistency in the front soundstage?
As for surrounds: where is your seating area? Near or against the back wall? Closer to the middle of the room?
Originally Posted by leandro /forum/post/0
I'm certainly willing to consider that option if it is considered a superior solution. I didn't realize that it was ..
my seating area is against the back wall, due to the small size of the room.
Originally Posted by DelsFan /forum/post/0
They are "voiced similarly" (or, in most cases, exactly the same) but usually have more (individual) speakers than their L+R counterparts.
Now, if leondro has a room that is 12' x 15' (180 SF), then that is an entirely different scenario. Even then, I'd spend $30 extra to get the M3's and I'd still recommend the better center channel speaker if he could afford it.
Originally Posted by armystud0911 /forum/post/0
Personally, I am big fan of identical speakers across the front, I have three towers right now behind an AT screen but I must say, it doesn't have to be a compromise to have a specialized center channel.