Klipsch RC-62 II Center Channel Speaker
Klipsch's house sound is consistent across all ranges and models: they bring the bass. The RC-62 II is no exception, providing a well-measured punch that may even fill smaller rooms without the need for a subwoofer of any kind; larger setups will, of course, require some extra kick to fill the larger headroom, but anyone living in an apartment may want to take heed: neighbors are apt to complain about wall-shaking grounded subs, but the free-standing RC62-II provides ample bass without turning smaller rooms into LF echo chambers. Like all Klipsch centers, the RC-62 II utilizes a horn loaded tweeter, which some may find overly forward or too "loud-sounding;" this is great for low volume listening, or anyone looking for a truly explosive sound, but those looking for a more polite signature for natural full-volume listening may want to look elsewhere. The Reference series is the way to go if you really just want to make your home theater sound as much like a full-sized movie theater as possible.