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    Talking Guess I'll start from scratch vs upgrade Here's what I'm thinking

    I think I'll start from scratch on the speakers instead of mix matching. My room is 20 by 16. Here's what I'm thinking:

    RTi8's front
    CSi5 center or CSi3 Center?
    FXi3's surround and rear
    PSW300 sub (Existing)
    Toshiba 57" Cinema Series (Existing)
    Yamaha rx-v1400 (Existing)

    Any advice? I'm not sure if I should get the RTi 8's or 10's or the CSI5 or 3?

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    First and foremost, it is good to see your decision to start from scratch. Wise choice.

    The 1400 is more than capable of fill that room with plenty of sound... as are the Rti's. I would go with the CSi-5 if at all possible, as most cinema content is experienced through that speaker. It is not one to skimp on.

    I personally much prefered the Rti-10 over the Rti-8. That of course, wont help you any...... if you can, listen and decide for yourself.

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    I listened to them today actually. The 10's were definately fuller. I was concerned that it would be too much base. It seems like there should be a RTi9 with two midranges and one woofer :) I'll have to go back tomorrow and listen again for while longer.

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    If you odn't plan on getting a new sub, get the 10's, it would be a wise choice I believe. They are defintiely fuller sounding/deeper.

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