Choosing center speakers can seem more confusing than picking the front left-and-right speakers sometimes. Do you go with a big one to get more dialog, or smaller model to fit that little niche in the equipment rack?
Center channels carry the weight of the dialog in movie and Dolby surround sound television broadcasts. Often people complain that their new flat-screen display is all but inaudible, a problem that is easily remedied by adding left-and-right channel front speakers and a matching center speaker. Let’s face it – the tiny drivers that engineers are forced to use to fit speakers in those flat screens are simply too small to do a good job of conveying dialog in normal-sized rooms.Log in