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    Default CS2 or CSi 30 for M20 fronts?

    Can someone tell me which would be a better fit? The CS2 is slightly more expensive, but I checked the specs and the CSi 30 seems pretty good.

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    Looks like the correct timbre matching center for the M20's would be the CSR. The CS2 is the timbre match for the Monitor series (newer ones) and I think the CSi30 is for the RTi series. Welcome to Club Polk and hope this helps.

    HT Rig
    Receiver- Onkyo TX-SR806
    Mains- Polk Audio Monitor 70
    Center- Polk Audio CS2
    Surrounds- Polk Audio TSi 500's :D
    Sub- Polk Audio PSW125
    Retired- Polk Audio Monitor 40's
    T.V.- 60" Sony SXRD KDS-60A2000 LCoS
    Blu-Ray- 80 GB PS3

    2 CH rig (in progress)
    Polk Audio Monitor 10A's

    It's not that I'm insensitive, I just don't care.. :D

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    hmm I see, I can find a really good deal for the csi30 however. What is the effect of having non matched timbre between the center and the front/rear? Is it very noticeable?

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