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  1. HornEd, Thanks for your response, it was exactly what I needed to know. I will go with the C-7. Glider
  2. Does anyone know if it makes sense to use two center channel speakers (one above and one below the screen)? The reason I am asking is that I am in the process of moving from just audio to home theater. My audio system was: a Denon integrated amp. a Denon CD and a pair of Chorus IIs. I decided to keep the Chorus IIs (fronts), and I bought a pair of RS-3s (surrounds), a RC-3 (center), a KSW-15 (sub) and a Denon AVR-3801 (receiver). I did not do any research before buying; I just went to the store and got the stuff. After looking for information on speaker placing, I found some posts that led me to believe that perhaps the RC-3 will be overpowered by the Chorus IIs. I have not connected the system because I am still waiting on the TV, so I do not know if this is the case or not. If it is, what would be better, take the RC-3 back and get a KLF C-7? Or get another RC-3, place one on top and the other below the screen, connect my integrated amp. to the receiver and use it to drive the two centers? Any input will be greatly appreciated.
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