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Wanted Good Center Channel (or built GR center) - Max 15k

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sivakuru

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Oct 20, 2009
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Hi Guys,

Currently using an old Tannoy center and looking for an upgrade in the range
of 15k. Looking for used ones to get the maximum in my budget. I dont want
really old ones. Something that has been used for max 5 years and also
something that has decent reviews on the net (I know it would be difficult to
find reviews on center channels but still).

Also I am currently using the GR speakers as my fronts so if anyone wants
to dispose their built GR center, you are welcome. I say "built" because I
don't want to go to the route of building the cabinet myself.

I am from Hyderabad, so preference is for Hyderabad sellers.

Thanks,
Sivakuru
 

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ranjeetrain

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Mar 26, 2008
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I have a Klipsch SC-3. Will that be of interest to you.

You can google the details. Just to give a heads up on the sound, it has a slightly bright presentation (open extended top with a slight emphasis on the high frequencies). But in the most of the mid-range, where it plays "most" of the time, it's very very clean and clear. And bright highs make female voices crisp and very pleasing. Besides, it's a high sensitivity speaker, 97 dB. So will play the dialogues loud effortlessly without taxing the amp.
 
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