Main speakers are SDA/SRS 3.1TL Older than dirt, I know. Just getting feet wet with Home Theater, and have read about timbre matching, and have the impression that matching the tweeters is somewhat critical. The tweeters in my mains (according to the parts lists) are not used in any of the current selection of centers: SL3000 tri-laminate.
Looking for some advice on what would be a good match. Being semi-retired, price is a consideration.
Followup unrelated question: My old two channel amp was rated at 85 watts per channel, RMS, 20-20K, 8 ohms, both channels driven, THD, etc. The HT receivers on the market have their specs stated similarly for two channel mode. But then in surround operation, the specs are a bit more confusing. Slightly smaller front channel rating. I get 120 Watts per channel with good specs in stereo mode, but 100 watts/channel with some weasel words in surround mode. Then I get another 100 watts for my center channel with weasel words, plus another 100 weasel watts for each of the two surround channels. Confusing. Are there five 100 watt amps, or are they somehow reallocating that 120 two-channel watts?