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5.1 speakers for under £200

Discussion in 'Home Cinema Speakers' started by phenom2003, May 10, 2003.

  1. phenom2003

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    What would be the best speakers to purchase for under £200 to match a Yamaha 5550RDS reciever. I was thinking of matching this withsome Yamaha NSP230 speakers, for £127.96 from unbeatable, is this a good idea or are there any better speakers for under £200.

    P.S these speakers are to be used in a bedroom so only small satelittes and a sub will suffice

    All replies welcomed

    Thanks,
    Richard
     
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    Try mission M70 package from hyperfi i think for £199 or M71 package and add a sub later £80 from RS or £200 from eric for a VX10
     
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    I can also recomend the Mission M71 package since I owned one in the past. (I've still got most of it as my rears!). The Fronts are slightly larger than all in one systems but would out perform them in everyway at this price bracket imo. The cenre is compact and give great performance for the price. The rears are wall mounted and fit snugly to the wall so are in no way too inobtrusive. I think the M71 speaker package is slightly out of you price bracket (£299) but worth saving a little longer for.

    There's a review here:-

    http://www.home-entertainment.co.uk/grouptest_read.asp?GroupID=2156&ArticleID=2154
     
  6. phenom2003

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    I was now thinking of buying Mission M70 speakers as the front stereo ones, and buy a Yamaha NSP-230 to complete the surround sound (seven speakers and a sub to make use of 6.1).
    Only thing stopping me however is the fact that i don't know if the M70's are Magnetically shielded, I know the M72's are but are these ones worth an extra £20?

    Any replies welcomed

    Thanks,
    Richard
     
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