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Petie

Center channel question -- or Reference vs Palladiums for home theater?

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My usage is primarily movies and maybe 20-25% music or blu-ray concerts.

Have any of you compared the Reference RC-64 II (used with RF-7 II) to the Palladium P27-C (used with P-37Fs)? Asked in the home theater section but no replies yet. Yea it is a strange question but I am trying to decide if the Reference series would be competitive with the Palladium especially center channel for movie usage. I will be listening to a Reference system hopefully next week but will have no opportunity to hear the Palladiums. As the RC-64 has 4 mid bass drivers compared to the 2 of the P27-C, it just would seem that there would be more impact during a movie with the reference series.

I can swing the Palladiums for the front 3 channels and go with the RS-62 and RB-81 or 61s for surrounds or just go with the full Reference series for quite a bit less money of course! Just don't want to make a dumb mistake if the Palladium P-37F and P27-C are going to be tremendously better. Sure more money spent is the normal recommendation!! [;)] Any comments welcome.

Pete

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I checked back but didn't see responses directed to my question. Was hoping some here owned both of the series and had some comments on the differences.

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You are CORRECT, sir! Sorry, got you mixed up with someone else. Can't help, maybe someone else can.

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