What's 'acceptable' to one person, audio quality-wise, may not be good enough for the next. I've never been a fan of adapters though.
Personally, Bose are overpriced IMO and E for what they actually deliver, sound quality-wise. The same $249 should go towards a low end HTIB system, with actuall 5.1 surrounds/sub, that will provide proper sound field for you to enjoy. Examples:
</div>Onkyo USA also offers quite a few of their HTIB systems as refurbished models for a discount. Link:
Bit of a newbie here,
I have a small place, im looking to buy some speakers to attach to my tv and play music off (iPod). I really like the bose companion 20 speakers for there sound quality. I can get an RCA cable adaptor to hook the Bose companion 20 speakers up to my tv.
Question is, should I? Will the sound quality be ok? It's not surround sound obviously but I like good sounding tv (to watch movies and the game with). My 42" LED panasonic tv sounds weird so i need to upgrade the level of sound. I also can't afford the surround sound one. Do you recommend hooking the speakers up to the tv or not? Will there be a loss of sound quality through the adaptor I have to use?