Advise to create cinema sound,please?

Discussion in 'Home Cinema Speakers' started by spiderman999, Aug 5, 2002.

  1. spiderman999

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    Dear All,

    I have Toshiba SD210E DVD player which I am happy with. I now wish to utilise the following equipment that I also have, to create make a sound surround system. I currently have:-

    Hitachi Three Dimensional Spartial Sound (3DS) Dolby Surround Pro-Logic television.
    Hitachi 10 watt rear speakers &
    Two Technic's 2 way speakers; Input high 10w music and low 50w music (whatever that means).

    To utilise the above could I get just a cinema amplifier and a sub woofer? What would you recommend? It would be my intention to build from this, ie change speaker's ect?
    Please advise.

    Yours sincerely

    Spidey:rolleyes:
     
  2. Stuart Wright

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    This is in the wrong forum - moving it to the Speakers forum.
     
  3. Nobber22

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    Frankly those extra speakers which come with a telly are pretty crappy and are not designed to take much more than the 10 W RMS your TV will put out. Adding a seperates sized receiver to your setup and using those speakers wouldn't sound too good. Perhaps the best way forward is to get a amp/speaker combination like the new Yamaha HTIB45. This amp has all the latest sound formats and quite good little speakers too. You can later upgrade to even better speakers.

    Just mute the sound on your telly when you use the Yam setup.

    Cheers
     

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