Boston Acoustics CR1 Center Speaker
Dec 12, 1999 by null
Rated a Helpful Review
Pros: Power, clarity, it's all here for next to nothing
Cons: Not much
Summary: If you have a home theater, the center channel is the hardest working speaker in the room. Don't let 'em tell you otherwise. So why not spend as little as possible ($149) and get some cheap junk to throw on top of your TV!
Well, $149 gets ... read more
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