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from two systems to one! merger advice...

Discussion in 'Home Cinema Speakers' started by ste_hewson, Mar 14, 2003.

  1. ste_hewson


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    I am currently running 2 systems - mordaunt short premiere speakers, Panny DVD and kenwood 4030 amp for movies - and B&W 601S3 with NAD 521i CD and NAD 320BBE AMP for music.

    I am in the process of planning a merger - adding to my existing music system to create a complete surround sound system. First of all I want to get a processor to provide the extra channels and use my NAD amp for the front l/r - any suggestions?

    Then I will be looking at purchasing a B&W LCR60 centre to keep the front sound consistent.

    Two things I am a little unsure of...

    When I add a sub, would it benefit my 2 channel music listening to be wired HI-LEVEL into my NAD amp?

    Would this restrict the LF output from my processor?

    Also what rears would be good to replace the mordaunts at a later date?

    Have looked at the 600S3 and these are within budget but would bi-pole or di-pole rear speakers from another manufacturer sound better as I am very close to rear wall?



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