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    Def Tech Speaker Advice

    I'm currently putting together a HT system for myself with craigslist finds. Here is what I have so far: Def Tech Powerfield 800 Sub Def Tech CLR 2002 (2) Def Tech BP-2X I'm still searching for my two front speakers and right now I have an opportunity to buy a pair of BP20's or a pair of BP2002's. Could someone please help guide me to which set would finish off my system the best?

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    If you have the CLR 2002, I would imagine your best bet would be the BP2002 as they will be voice matched, which is what you want across the critical front stage.

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    Without looking up both models my reply would be what Topspeed said. It's optimum to have timbre matched speakers in a HT set up.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Peabody View Post
    Without looking up both models my reply would be what Topspeed said. It's optimum to have timbre matched speakers in a HT set up.
    Even though I don't (yet)

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