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Help Newbie Please.

Discussion in 'AV Receivers & Amplifiers' started by cus2117, Sep 26, 2005.

  1. cus2117

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    Need help with a decision, Good forum by the way.

    I have at the moment a
    • Denon PMA 350se
    • Marantz CD67
    • Mission 733 2 way fronts
    • Mission 73c center
    • Mission 735. Rear surround
    • And a Denon avr600d
    • Cheap play all DVD player
    • Panasonic PTAE100E projector.


    My thoughts are scrap the separates and have one DVD/CD player plus one AMP.

    Denon AVR 3805
    Denon DVD 3910

    Use the 735 for the center back surround, use the 733 for the rear surround and by a pair of Mission 773e’s for the front.
    But the more I look the more indecisive I become – Kef, Cambridge, Arcam, and on and one.

    Can anyone help or has someone had similar problems.
     
  2. Dfour

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    I would advise listening to both Denon amp and dvd player together to see if they are as good sounding together as your kit you won now and take your cd player to run against the dvd player to see if you really want to get rid of it.

    A better amp if your serious with your music might be the Marantz SR 8500

    Keep your speakers (assuming you like them) and add a subwoofer to the mix for the serious bass.
     

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