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    I purchased my speakers over time so I have some older than others. I wanted some comments as to if this is a good setup, if they are correctly voice matched and any other sugestions.

    Center - CSI3
    Fronts - RTI10
    Rear - RTI38

    I have no sub because I live in an apartment and all these speakers combined already have to much bass.

    I just ordered a yamaha 1600, cant wait to hear the speakers with that bad boy hooked up.

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    Welcome to the forum. I'm sure it will sound great. Don't get hung up on it having to be perfectly "voice matched". enjoy!

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    What does too much bass sound like. Not sure thats possible.

    JK. Enjoy. Sounds like a winner.

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