I would steer away from wireless speakers at this point in time. I haven't come across a "good" set of them. You still need to plug them in for power which most people don't realize. You could probably find a local custom installer to run wires to your other room. Yes Denon makes great receivers and they have new models that are out now ending in 09 in the model number. It all depends on your budget, size of room, performance level of system that you would like, etc. You can't go wrong with B&W speakers. They are the best in any price range in my opinion. You'll hear many different opinions regarding sound and picture, some of them are subject to personal taste, some are not. What I mean is there is a correct way to calibrate a tv for example. There are specific standards for color, sharpness, contrast, brightness, etc that should be adhered to because that is how the broadcast house or studio has their equipment set and if yours is set the same you will have the same result. For audio there are certain criteria that should also be followed, but one speaker may sound better to you than another. A good lesson I learned is if you use a speaker like B&W for example that is used a lot in recording studios you are getting very close to the exact sound that the creator of the media wants you to hear. Hope this helps
Hello all, I have a Panasonic THP42 Plasma set. I Am now wanting to complete it with surround and blu ray player etc.. any suggestions for a good to near perfect system to include a connection for a set of wireless speakers in another room? I will need a receiver and was thinking of one of the Denon's. The set up is in my basement.
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