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Digitheatre replacements / upgrade recommendations

Discussion in 'Home Cinema Speakers' started by jaminblack, Dec 29, 2004.

  1. jaminblack

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    My current setup used mainly for watching films includes:

    Toshiba Z33 24"
    Pioneer 575A
    VideoLogic DigiTheatre (using the analog outputs from the pioneer)

    The Digitheatre was bought originally for my pc, and has been well used for both pc and tv.
    It has now developed a buzz in the rears which is incredibly anoying.
    The centre has always been weak and ontop of that it seems to favour the right side now.
    The room already has good natural sound, so it would be nice to upgrade and make better use of it.

    I've been tentatively looking at the Pioneer VSXD?14 range of receivers,
    but i've no idea what route i will take at the moment.

    Could you guys recommend a 5.1 speaker package....
    As I'm used to the digitheatre most will be an improvement.

    Descent all round sound for £150 - 300?

    cheers
     
  2. Kazman

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    Does that £150-£300 price range include the amp?
     
  3. jaminblack

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    probably go upto £500 including the amp.
    (this is a low/mid budget system...)
     
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    You thought about the Denon DHT500, cracking system for £500, and it gives you the option for upgradability.

    Can be had around the £400 mark too if you haggle :)
     

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