Center speaker - Dynaudio Contour vs ATC C3C


Hi guys, I am trying to make out my mind between the two.
The speakers are both used and are similarly priced.
The ATC is harder to drive, but unlike the Dynaudio can be Bi-amped if needed (2X100w channels).
Any recommendations about which to choose? (preferably from someone who had had the chance to hear them both under the same conditions).
behemot

What are left and right speakers?
Haven't heard either but just a couple thoughts fwiw...

- center channel is largely about midrange and vocals in particular, and IME ATC is hard to beat in that range.
- the Contour is pretty ugly IMHO, and I'd feel like an owl was constantly staring at me.

That's all I got. Best of luck.
@T1s49: The front pair is Aurum Cantus Volla
@Soix: The grills stay on either way, so as far as I care they can look like an albino octopus as long as they sound good

Center should match L & R. Another Aurum Cantus Volla would be perfect, or at least a center from Aurum. You could try phantom center unless you are sitting off axis. Nevertheless, a different brand will be detrimental to the overall imaging of the front.
I am not buying another pair to use a single speaker as a center, they are not sold in singles. and they are also beyond my budget. Plus, I have size limitations.
There is no AC Rythm available here, hence one of the alternatives in the headline would have to do.
Anyone has experience with the ATC?
Ideally the tweeters should match.
Update - went for the ATC. Love it.
After some calibration works like a charm, much more coherent than before. Dialogues are crisp and clear.
Now is the time to think about upgrading the surrounds..