I was using the 570v3 with Studio 110v2's and they matched just fine.
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I was using Paradigm CC 450 and just recently upgraded to the CC 570 v3 in conjunction with my Reference Studio 100's This upgrade impressed me far beyond my expectation. My biggest disapointment with the 450 was the lack of clarity in the mid range area until I learned just what I was missing. I had tremendous difficulty making out female voices. Now with the 570 not only did I get tremendous clarity with femle voices but also far greater bass response, improved soundstage and tremendous detail across the board. Remember that when you are watching movies it is estimated that 60 to 70% of your sound is played through you center channel. I've been dealing with this upgrade bug for a couple of years now and only recently feel that my system is comparable to the system I originally auditioned my Paradigm's in. It takes a while. Enjoy!
I was running my CC-570 with a pair of Studio 40 v.2s (before purchasing my Paradigm Signature S4s) and felt that they integrated just fine. In fact the CC-570 sounded a lot better than the Studio CC v.2 it replaced. I had always felt that something was lacking with the Studio CC. It didnt seem to project sounds as effortlessly as the 570 does. The 570 simply has wonderful upper-frequency energy helping establish superb dialog intelligibility without ever sounding harsh. It also has far better low-frequency extension producing deep thunderous explosions with ease. It is truly an amazing center channel speaker that has little if anything to find fault with. Maybe the size and weight for some. So in a nutshell YES, I feel that the CC-570 would match up with your Studio 60s just fine producing superior results.