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Post by ckf8829 Wed Aug 05, 2009 12:36 am

Hi,

I recently bought Boston 5.1 Speaker (MS4000) & Denon 1509 AVR (RM2700 for both)..Found out that the sound is not so clear after compare to my bro set. ( very clear when i compare to Denon DHT390 5.1 set & that is the reason i bought it)...feel so sad Crying or Very sad

just wonder changing a center speaker will help to improve the clarity? My budget is RM300 -500 ( used also doesnt matter as long as in good condition).

Hope all the expert here will help me out..

Many THanks

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Post by mustafa Wed Aug 05, 2009 12:14 pm

i have JBL S-Center which is well known as one of the best center speaker ever made, and willing to let go at RM700, or RM1000 bundled with AAD C-44 surround speaker. (negotiable)
check review;
http://www.audioreview.com/mfr/jbl/center-channels/s-center/PRD_123813_2743crx.aspx
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Post by jemmi Thu Aug 06, 2009 3:25 pm

I have famous Mission M3C2i very popular budget center speaker for sale only RM330, COD in Klang or Shah Alam. Colour Black/grey.

Soo many good review:
http://www.retrevo.com/s/Mission-M3c2i-Speakers-review-manual/id/13247dj789/t/1-2/


For good entry level HT I advice start with Mission speaker set, cheap & very good for AV & music. Later upgrade to Klipsch or Epos or B&W or MA or Tannoy (using it) & the best (for me) Dynaudio with high power AVR(flagship).
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Post by davidywchong Thu Aug 06, 2009 4:37 pm

agreed with Mission currently im using Mission Center quite ok to me. if im not wrong CMY got sales on that speaker.

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Post by musikaki Fri Aug 07, 2009 2:52 pm

I got a JBL center spkrs & surrounds for sale for RM300 obo.

KC.

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Post by Chewkw Fri Aug 07, 2009 4:58 pm

Hi ckf8829,
I personally do not like centre speaker. All the while I am using a pair of bookshelf as centre, because one a pair of tweeter will be sound batter then only one.

If place are allow, try to lope a pair of small bookshelf speaker as centre. Bookshelf also more valuable & flexible to swap for surround speaker use.

You might try your surround as centre (one pair) & test the sound quality.

Happy Listening.
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Post by arkasan Fri Aug 07, 2009 6:39 pm

Go to Harvey Norman at IKANO shopping mall (near IKEA /Curve). They have a very nice Polk Audio centre speaker for about RM370

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Post by alex Sat Aug 15, 2009 11:59 am

Chewkw wrote:Hi ckf8829,
I personally do not like centre speaker. All the while I am using a pair of bookshelf as centre, because one a pair of tweeter will be sound batter then only one.

If place are allow, try to lope a pair of small bookshelf speaker as centre. Bookshelf also more valuable & flexible to swap for surround speaker use.

You might try your surround as centre (one pair) & test the sound quality.

Happy Listening.

I too had the same thought but how do you connect one pair to a set of speaker output? Wouldn't it double up the ohm value?

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Post by Chewkw Sat Aug 15, 2009 12:56 pm

Hi Alex,
Yes, just connect on pair of speaker to one terminal as long you are not using hungry wattage speaker. Recommend small bookshelf ( example size of Q-ACOUSTICS 1010i BOOKSHELF SPEAKER)

As My AV system (Marantz 7002) I do have a pre-out & plug it up to a stereo integrated amp to drive a pair of big bookshelf speaker (Epos ES14).

Happy Listening,
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Post by alex Sat Aug 15, 2009 3:14 pm

Hiya chew,

I have extra pair of small bookshelf. Wana try out using them as center speaker. What is the best way to connect one pair (2 pieces) to a single terminal?

Thanks

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Post by Chewkw Mon Aug 17, 2009 3:45 pm

Hi Alex,
Sorry, that is no best way... 2 pieces will give you louder & more sound stage, however single piece will give you more power.

If you centre channel is more then 100w then should be no problems for 2 pieces.

Personally I prefer double pieces. Just try and error loh

Happy listening.
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Post by alex Mon Aug 17, 2009 10:14 pm

Hiya Chew, thanks for the info. I shall explore during the weekend.

Hardly play any action movies in weekdays (night).

Cheers What a Face

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Post by lohtm11 Mon Aug 31, 2009 2:53 am

kef q100 biwire rm400

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Post by lohtm11 Mon Aug 31, 2009 3:00 am

sorry not q100 kef center spk model is reference 90 biwire rm400

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