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All In One Minus One?

Discussion in 'Home Cinema Buying & Building' started by Kootuu, Nov 10, 2003.

  1. Kootuu

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    Hi ,

    I've been looking all over the place for a decent setup to attach to my TV/DVD set I already have.

    This is what I've got:

    TV - Philips 28PW6006
    DVD Player - Pioneer DV350S
    Scart From DVD to TV - QED AV21 Audio & Visual

    Now, the main problem is the audio from the TV. It plain sucks...turn up the volume and its very apparent it cannot handle treble very well let alone bass.

    So I'm looking to put something together to compliment what I already have. The room I am using this in is about 12*10 foot, so it's not very big.

    Don't really want to be spending more than £200, I know this is low but hey, woe me! :clown:

    I've seen on dixons a set of Panasonic speakers for £149.99, any idea if I can get an alright Receiver for £50 squid?

    Not sure what to do with this, anyone got any ideas or set up something similar?

    Or should I just get an all in one as they seem to be cheaper and definatelty there are more of them and just discard my current dvd player?

    Cheers,
    Chris "A Poor Git"

    P.S I forgot to mention my TV's output is something like 10 WATTS RMS...so you can see why I need to change...
     
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    I've been looking and the following set ups seem quite good to me:

    Either the Sony HTK25 from Empire at £159.99

    OR

    A set of Yamaha NSP100 Speakers from RicherSounds at £79.95

    plus

    A Pioneer VSXC100 Receiver from RicherSounds at £119.95.

    Makes that a total of roughly £200.

    So for the extra £40 any idea how much better that set up might be?
     

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