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Samwise Posted 8 months 3 weeks ago
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I have been reading about issues with center channel speakers setup in a horizontal MTM (midrange-tweeter-midrange) setup because it leads to the two midrange drivers canceling each other out in seating positions that aren't directly in front of the speaker. I'm hoping to upgrade to Triton Reference's as my mains at some point and it got me to thinking if it would be better to use a BRX as a center channel instead of a Supercenter Reference. I'm sure the ideal situation would be to use another Triton Reference as the center channel and an acoustically transparent screen, but that won't work with my theater. Any thoughts?

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Moderator Posted 8 months 2 weeks ago
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Hi Samwise, First, a single BRX would make a great center speaker (and would integrate well with the Triton Reference towers). Given a choice, however, I'd lean toward the SuperCenter Reference. The 4 x bass/midrange drivers used in the SuperCenter Reference would produce more clarity and detail - which would more than compensate for any possible cancellation of midrange tones. Happy Listening!
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