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Cheapish speaker kits a bad idea?

Discussion in 'Home Cinema Speakers' started by irishstu, Nov 14, 2004.

  1. irishstu

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    I plan to get my hands on either a denon 1905 or 1705 in the near future. My question is would I be better buy expensive separate speakers as I can afford them or go for either of the 2 systems below. I can`t find any reviews of these anywhere & I guess no one on this forum has experience of either of these?

    I know they are not the known speaker manufacturers but I am on a tight budget and looks are getting more important than performance as this is my first system (won`t know what i`m missing) Any feedback would be greatly appreciated.

    Sony SAVS300H
    http://www.empiredirect.co.uk/Content/Products/details/index.asp?modelcode=SON-SAVS300H
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    or

    Panasonic XR2000
    http://www.empiredirect.co.uk/Content/Products/details/index.asp?modelcode=PAN-XR2000
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    Thanks.
    :lease:
     
  2. Mango Bob

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    I can't comment on the Pana or Sony but as always there's plenty of choice in the <£350 range. Do a quick search for compact or sub/sat speakers here and you should find loads.
    The favoured packages at the moment are mostly Canton CD1, Mordaunt-Short Premiere and Tannoy FX-1, you'll find loads of info about them and their competitors here if you look :thumbsup:
     

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