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speaker choice for home cinema

by sambailie / June 7, 2007 1:28 PM PDT

Hi ...i,ve just purchased a sony str-dg910 receiver...can someone please help to suggest a good speaker system for same...thnx

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sure no problem
by jostenmeat / June 7, 2007 2:03 PM PDT

Id recommend some Dynaudio C4s or Focal Grande Utopias for $90,000. I think the Velodyne DD-1812 for $15,000 should be pretty good for you. Make sure to get the matching center and surrounds, ok?

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LOL, jostenmeat in a funky mood.
by NM_Bill / June 8, 2007 12:35 AM PDT
In reply to: sure no problem

Yes, tell us your budget, your listening room environment, what your idea is of what you need to accomplish.

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lmao
by ..ben / June 8, 2007 8:39 AM PDT
In reply to: sure no problem

lol you scared him away...

(thanks for making me snarf my beer)

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NICE RECEIVER CHOICE. WHAT'S YOUR SPEAKER BUDGET, MAX!....
by Riverledge / June 7, 2007 2:03 PM PDT

WHAT CONFIGURATIONS ARE SEEKING; 2.1, 3.1, 5.1, or 7.1. Prices and qualty vary so much. There are many ways to build the speaker system of your dreams. Please reply,

Best wishes,
river.

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SAM JOST IS JUST GIVING YOU A BAD TIME
by stewart norrie / June 7, 2007 2:33 PM PDT

Actually no one should recomend speakers to you Your ears must decide which ones sound best to you. I can only say speakers are a lifetime investemt and will thrill you for ever. I spent $2500 for my 5.1. system and worth every penny I paid for them. remember everyone hears sound in a different way also as we age our hearing changes also the problem with cheap speakers is they sound great for awhile then you notice bass may be booming or highs distorted so take your time and check out every demo room in your area also check out hi-end home theater stores good luck steweee

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