Thinking of adding center channel

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  1. Arc

    Arc New Member

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    What would be the best way to wire this? And in the end is it worth it?
     
  2. Ronin

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    i am assuming to your home theater?

    you wire it to the back of your receiver

    center channel should be from the same line of speakers as fronts for tone match or as close in design etc as possible


    adding a center channel is a great idea, it adds more presence to your front stage, the center channel will handle your dialog so words etc will be projected for you better. and of course more speakers=louder so you get more oomph.


    if you are referring to a car, then as far as it being worth it id have to say no, unless you have passengers doing a lot of movie watching or something :hsughno:
     
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    Sorry I meant car audio. No movies just had an idea and thought I would ask. And if you say no point then no wiring needed. Thnx
     
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    what's your idea? throw it out here anyways and we'll see what's up.
     
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    I was just gonna buy a set of extra tweeters and put them in the middle of my suv because there is room for one inthe headliner. I thought it would sound decent but I have had 2 people now say there is no point.
     

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