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help with choosing the right speakers for my bedroom please.

Discussion in 'Speakers' started by steve12, Aug 6, 2010.

  1. steve12

    steve12 Member

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    Hi,

    Am looking at adding 5.1 to my bedroom i have a budget of £500 max for the speakers. i have looked at the Mission 79DS Bipolar for the rear speakers i can get them for £150. i need advice please what to use for the front 3 speakers. The front 3 would be going either onto ( or into ) a false wall.Any advice would be great. The amp would either be my old Denon 3802 or a new amp Around the £300-400 mark like the Pioneer VSX820H-K.
    Any advice would be great

    P.S Unsure if i should add a sub due to space needed and also the neighbours , i live in a semi-detached :nono:

    Thanks,
    Steve
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    PSM1 Well-Known Member

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    Monitor Audio Radius HD speakers upfront would look and sound nice but may be over budget. Otherwise you could go for a Kef egg system or maybe the Q Accoustics 2000 AV set.
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    Thanks mate,

    The monitor audio is a little out of my price range, i was thinking a little more discreet for the rears i've noticed these 2 wharfedale's not sure if there any good.

    Wharfedale diamond 10.dfs rear speakers around £170
    WHARFEDALE PPS1 PICTURE FRAME 2.1 SPEAKER SYSTEM around £70

    Would just need to match up the 3 front speakers maybe

    KEF KHT1005.2 HOME CINEMA SPEAKER SYSTEM (GLOSS BLACK) £400
    WHARFEDALE DIAMOND 10.SR SPEAKERS (PAIR) around £90
    KEF HTS2001.3 SPEAKERS (PAIR) around £199 and additional £99 per speaker

    Also seen these and as my bedroom has yet to be skimmed maybe an idea

    KEF CI80.2QR SPEAKER (SINGLE) £80
    with
    KEF CI80QR SPEAKER ENCLOSURE (SINGLE) £45

    Any advice would be great :thumbsup:

    Steve

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