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Right now i have a really old Polk center channel, its so old i dont know the model number. It was a nice speaker when i first bought it but now im want to upgrade. Just the other day i was watching the Newest bond and i felt like my system was very harsh and almost to bright.


I just recently bought some polk 60 towers that im am not that big of a fun of since i think thats where my bright sound is coming from.


So my question is... Should i replace the center with another polk or will the cs2 be bright as well? Or does polks higher end stuff sound not as bright?


Should i just scrap the Polk towers and get better ones down the line?
 

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No matter what you decide to do about whether you keep your polk monitor 60s or not, you should definitely get a matched center to match what ever front L&R you will be using. So if you keep the polk 60s then get the polk cs2.
 

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If Polk Monitor is too bright for you, why would you even consider adding the matching center to it? Scrap the whole thing and sell it on craigslist and start over. See if toning down the treble helps (that is the cheapest option). Room treatment might be another option to improve sound. I believe the Polk LSi series are not bright but they aren't cheap either and requires a lot of power.
 
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