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Best Speakers & Sub-woofer for Denon 1913

by kk3112 / November 29, 2012 9:44 AM PST

I have purchased Denon 1913 recently and trying to finalize for the best sub-woofer and 5 speakers. Please suggest.

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"Best" is always subjective, and...
by Pepe7 / November 29, 2012 12:12 PM PST

...relative to one's budget. What's your budget? That would make choosing a heck of a lot easier. Truth be told, the world's your oyster- there are a lot of 'good' choices that might be considered 'best' for you. YMMV.

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by kk3112 / December 1, 2012 12:29 PM PST

For sub-woofer i am planning to invest any thing between 20 to 300$ and may be another 300 to 400 for the 5 speakers. Is this budget good enough to get a good combination?

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Sub budget fine; speaker budget too low maybe
by Pepe7 / December 2, 2012 9:10 AM PST
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You could consider Hsu, SVS & maybe Velodyne or BIC America as sub choices. A used SVS will probably cost a bit more than $300 though. Finding decent separates for the $400 might be tricky though. I'm not always a fan of the sound quality provided by the Polk separates people seem to find on sale @, etc.

If you ultimately wanted to keep things more simple/entry level, and stick inside a more defined budget, you could try the Energy Take Classic 5.1 system. I believe it could easily satisfy someone who's not only into music or movies, but likes to do both..

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