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Hi guys, I haven't yet purchased a surround receiver but will be purchasing either the Pioneer VSX 815k or the Onkyo Tx SR 602. Right now I have a pair of primus 150 bookshelf speakers and a Velodyne DPS 10 subwoofer. I may just end up buying another pair of Primus 150's and use those as fronts in my HT, along with the c25 center. I definitely want all of the speakers to be timbre matched.


Ok so from my understanding, it is somewhat advantagous to have your two main speakers be larger than the rest of the speakers in the system. In this case I would opt for the Primus 160's or 250's as fronts. The problem is i just cant justify spending more on fronts for a room that measures 10'x12' feet with 8' high ceilings when i have a powered sub to take care of the lower octaves.


What advatages if any will there be in buying larger main speakers for my specific situation? I can get Primus 150's for 49 a peice scratch and dent from crutchfield, may end up saving money and going that route.


Edit: I no longer see the scratch and dent option on the crutchfield site.
 
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