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Reddit reviews on Fluance AVC Acoustic Two-Way Center Channel Speaker for Home Theater

Sentiment score: 3
Reddit mentions: 5

We found 5 Reddit mentions of Fluance AVC Acoustic Two-Way Center Channel Speaker for Home Theater. Here are the top ones.

Enhance the vocals and dialogue of your favorite music and movies with this high performance center channel speakerSuperior components ensure dynamic performance and superb soundPremium Titanium Soft dome tweeter for vibrant high-frequency responseDual 4 inch polymer-treated midrange drivers for delivering rich clear soundMeticulously-crafted audio-grade MDF wood cabinetry to reduce resonance with a premium black ash wood grain finish

Found 5 comments on Fluance AVC Acoustic Two-Way Center Channel Speaker for Home Theater:

u/ZeosPantera · 2 pointsr/hometheater

In all honesty I do not know. I am not sure why the SX center doesn't share the same tweeter as the SX6's. This Fluance from their other line seems to match much more closely and only comes in black. It also allows you to get whatever rears you want instead of what comes bundled.

u/TactFully · 1 pointr/hometheater

For HT in general, the center channel is the most important speaker by far, and the Fluance SX6 only have a very entry-level center (this thing); the Pioneer matching center is very probably quite a bit better (especially if you go with the Philharnmonic versions) and it was reviewed by Audioholics, measured well

If it were me, I'd skip the sub for now (it can always be added later easily) and go 3.0 with Philharmonic Pioneers (bookshelf & center versions) or 3x Wavecrest HVL-1.

EDIT: Of course Chanes or any other myriad of higher-end speakers are better but then for $300 you're starting with 2.0 and adding center/sub/surrounds later. It's up to you whether you want to wait for better quality.

u/explosivo563 · 1 pointr/hometheater

Here is what I would go for. I plan to upgrade to this sub and this 5.1 setup. I'll probably use my micca mb42x for rears though. They are currently my fronts. But the dipoles I listed look awesome. You can use most bookshelves for rears so you can easily adjust your budget accordingly. Some just mount on the wall easier than others.

Receiver $200-$250 new or refurb Denon

Fluance sx6 $130 (also in black)

Fluance center $80

Fluance bipole rears $120

Bic America Sub $180 or Dayton 1000 for $109

EDIT: So you can easily get this under $700 or even $600 depending on what kind of rears you want, or the sub. Even a cheaper receiver can be found depending on what you want. Also amazon has a great return policy so I almost always go with used in good condition. They give heavy discounts on refurbs just for an item that gets opened and returned.

u/Low-and-slow · 1 pointr/Zeos

Okay, thanks for all of your help. Would you still recommend [this] (http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00KY79WEE/ref=wl_it_dp_o_pC_S_ttl?_encoding=UTF8&colid=1NDKOMQAIZX5J&coliid=I36DQSLZVYEZ7O) center like you did for SX6s? I'm thinking it would give me some flexibility in my system if that center will be okay for both types, in case I do get the sx6s and re-purpose the Teacs.

u/firstsnowfall · 1 pointr/Zeos

Thanks for the awesome guide. The matching center you recommend with the Fluance SX6 comes with rear speakers and isn't sold separately. I was thinking of getting the SX6 for front and the AVBP2 bipoles for rear. Would it be a step down to use the SX satellite rears instead?

Alternatively I can get this Fluance AV center channel or maybe this one since it actually has reviews but I'm worried about mixing different sets. Will the timbre match? What do you think I should do? I'm so tired of obsessing about this :P