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Get a new center speaker. make sure it is the same ohmage as the old one and at least as many watts as the old one. the manual for your amp will state the wattage of the center channel, and may list the ohmage, but the ohmage will more likely be stamped on the back of the speaker itself.
the ohmage will be labeled with a ω (the greek symbol for "omega") and could be 2, 4, 6 8 or 16 ohm. the ohmage must match exactly. too few ohms will blow the amp, and too many ohms will make the center speaker too quiet.
Posted on Nov 07, 2010
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