£800 TO spend on amp+speakers

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  1. pokerdon

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    hi all .

    thanks for any help :thumbsup: i've got a £2000 wad of cash to spunk on a new set up. i'm def getting the pjtx200 cost £1189.99 free del and three yrs warranty.. so i got £800 left.

    the m35i floor standing speakers look nice and i bet they sound better (no need for a sub ((maybe add one at a later stage along with two rears and a centre).
    is this a good choice to start with and then build on by adding the above .i've looked at all in one speaker sets all day and its doing my nut in they all look well small and the subs are even smaller..
    i want to listen to music as well so i think this type of box is best.

    i can get them for £299 so ive got £500 for an amp.. any ideas as i haven’t got a clue.

    pref 6.1..optical in and all that (looked at some demons) can you get them with dab???
     
  2. gingercat

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    Glad you've decided on the TX200, but you're in the wrong forum to ask about the amp and speakers. You should post this in the appropriate Audio forum(s).
     
  3. Phill1978

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    kef are a good make so are B&W. try looking at the kef eggs mate..
     
  4. ian494

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    I have had a Denon 3802 for 4 years.

    One is for sale in the classifieds for £250.

    Would definately recommend. Has all the whistles and bells and originally cost £800.

    Ian
     
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    Have to agree with Ian, Can't go wrong with the Denon's for cinema sound. They are great. Music can sound a little warm and soft (so I've read) but nothing that can be considered 'bad' in my opinion. I have the 3802 as well and with 7 x 110 watts rms, DTS ES discrete and Dolby Digital EX plus a tuner (it's a receiver) this is a great buy for anything around £200-£250.
     
  6. pokerdon

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    :rotfl: I GOT MORE REPLYS IN HERE THEN IN THE SPEAKER FORUM :rotfl:
     
  7. pokerdon

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    THERES two on ebay at the mo black one for 50 and a gold one for 150 i think im gonna go for the gold one looks pukka. :clap:
     

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