I have a speaker set up with TSI 500's in front, PSW110 sub, TSI200's surround and Onkyo TX SR 705. I had purchased the CS10 center speaker awhile back and thought perhaps an upgrade was in order to have better center sound. Not that the CS10 was not good sound. So Just bought a CS20
I purchased it and just set it up. I reran my audessy set up. Actually the system seems to sound worse now. The center speaker somehow sounds hollow or tonally off compared to the CS10 particularly in the lower voice frequencies which seems smoother and richer in the CS10. The opposite of what I thought would happen. Its almost like the sub no longer compliments or blends in like it used to with lower frequencies? Hard to explain.
I do have it mounted on a shelf above the TV, but it is so big that I have the rear right up against the wall, cannot safely get it further from the wall. But this did not seem to be an issue with the CS10.
Is there any truth to speaker burn in? Any ideas why this might be the case? Using the same crossover frequencies of 80 HZ as before.