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    Default Two r15's as center speakers?

    Hey all,

    This thread originally started in the speakers forum but might be better suited here. If you want all the details you can look here

    Quick recap. I want to hook up two r15's to an Onkyo SR-502. Needs to be cheap, so i don't want a seperate amp. My other viable option is getting an r30 or another r50 and laying this speaker on it's side ontop of the TV, but since I already have two spare r15's I wouldn't mind using them.

    Thanks,

    Chris

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    Chris, try selling the R15s and put the cash toward a center speaker. Maybe a CSi three or a CS1. both are pretty reasonable in price.

    I looked on Circuit City's website, and the CS1 is on sale for $159.99. I think I would like it better than two bookshelf speakers, and it would not put a huge strain on your Onkyo 502 or your wallet.

    The CSi3 is still $199.99 on Crutchfield's website. Just a suggestion. Good luck on your decision.:)
    Main Set-up: 55" 120 hz Samsung LN55B650, Onkyo TX-SR806, Emotiva XPA-5, Emotiva XPA-2, PS3 Slim, Sony BDP-S560, Apple TV (160g), Panamax M5300-PM, Polk Audio CSi5, RTi10's, FXi3's, RTi4's, and SVS PB12 Plus

    Bedroom: Panasonic 50" S2 Plasma and Panasonic BD65 blu-ray player, Onkyo TX-SR707, Emotiva XPA-3, Emotiva UPA-2, KEF IQ7's, IQc, IQ8Ds, and SVS PB10-ISD

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