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felito 09-27-2009 05:13 PM

New 5.1 build up
 
Hi everyone, I have a challenge here. I have about $3,500. to build up a 5.1 channel system w/avr. Room size is 24ft x 19ft., has 8ft suspended ceiling. Furnished with leather sectionals. I also have dvr directv, ps3, wii, and ipod. I definitely DO NOT WANT HTIB!!! What do you say guys, want a crack at this? I will post my pics after I choose which system i like, then thank the winner!!!!!

Loves2Watch 10-09-2009 07:38 AM

Re: New 5.1 build up
 
I would start with a receiver like the Onkyo TX-SR807 then add Paradigm's new speakers the Se series which can be viewed here - http://www.paradigm.com/en/paradigm/...-2-31.paradigm


A recent blind study was done and these speakers totally won over some costing many times more.

ragollhofer 10-09-2009 08:52 AM

Re: New 5.1 build up
 
I agree with Loves2Watch regarding Onkyo receivers. Pick one that meets your budget after paying for speakers and cabling. I really like the Anthony Gallo speakers in my system. I use the A'Diva Ti as surrounds (currently $213 each at http://www.audiophileliquidator.net) with an in-ceiling mount ($32) that makes them almost disappear, while allowing you to direct the sound. Gallo's center and reference speakers that I use would blow your budget at the audiophileliquidator's price of $941 each, but I heard an all A'Diva Ti system at the dealer where I bought mine that sounded excellent. Match with a subwoofer of your choice, such as SVS and you will have money left over. Alternatively, if you have the space and can stand the appearance, use Magnapan (http://www.magnepan.com/model_MMG) MMG ($600/pair) and MMG-C ($300) for the front speakers and you'll still have money left over.

Toesaudio73 04-08-2011 01:06 AM

Re: New 5.1 build up
 
You definitely might wanna check out def techs! The price are reasonable and the quality and sound are top notch for the dollar. Definately check out definitive technology speakers b4 you make any decisions. I guarantee you'll be impressed!

einteractive 04-19-2013 07:25 AM

Re: New 5.1 build up
 
Taking help of professional home theater installers is the best way to build up a new 5.1 home theater system perfectly for the right balanced audio. Hire only a professional and reputed personal to get it done.


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