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I've had Klipsch speakers for about 15+ yrs now the main difference is the woofers the reference woofers are made up of plastic mixed with something else.
The premiers woofers are alumium covered with ceramic coating, maybe also different cross over Im not sure.
As roberjerman said if you dial in placement correct you wont need a center I do have one for movies only not 2 channel listening. Hope this helps.
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I'm not sure what you read. I didn't say anything about "aligning" speakers.
His question was about if it would be a bad idea to mix different lines of speakers, not what the differences are. They're all in the Klipsch family and it shouldn't be an issue. FWIW, I have a Klipsch center speaker and surrounds and Harbeths and KEFs for my mains and mixing the different brands hasn't caused one second of distress for me.