Rear Center Speaker


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Username: Audioman1

Post Number: 1
Registered: Nov-04
My 5-1 receiver died a few weeks ago, and there was no one that could repair it, because Mitsubishi only sells there repair manuals, So I purchased a Denon 6-1 receiver to replace it, I want to get a Center Rear Speaker, and since they don't make my speakers any more , Do I have to get a center speaker like the Front one or do I need to match it with the 2 rear speakers?

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Username: Audioman1

Post Number: 2
Registered: Nov-04
these are the speakers I have:
Center Front: MCTR-5/ 8olm 100w 40hz to 20khz
Front: MFS-8 / 8olm 120w 40hz to 20khz
Rear MSS-6 / 8olm 80w 50hz to 20khz
Sub: M-Sub 10 / 8olm 60w 50hz to 200hz
I'd like a suggestion also
the receiver:: Denon AVR-1604/684

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Username: Kano

Post Number: 121
Registered: Oct-04
For home theatre the best bet is a second centre channel. Try to match the materials and type of tweeter used in the front one to the new one. Also the driver should (less importantly) be made of a like substance - ie don't buy a kevlar driver speaker if all the others are made of paper.
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