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nebelk 12th March 2008 04:51 PM

Adding center and rear channels
 
I have some diy transmission line speakers for my front mains (built a year or so ago with great help from people on here), i would like to add a center and rear for watching movies, but i don't know where to start.

Basically, what should i be looking at in terms of matching quality and efficiancy for the rears (possibly fullrange?) and center channel.

edit: the tl's i built are discussed here

Thawach 12th March 2008 05:44 PM

if you want the high quality. you build the tranmission line like the front speaker. and center use the drivers like the same. it will work together to be good. the total sounds arenot diffirent. and you let the rear speakers with full working. I had ever used like this.it works well and get the high SPL. (i set the rear speakers
on receiver is large speaker).


;)

nebelk 13th March 2008 06:05 AM

i know this would be ideal, but it is not practical....i cannot put a tl behind my flat screen, and i do not think they would be necessary for surrounds. i may be wrong, but i hope not. i am hoping for a less than ideal solution that still sounds good.


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