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Is this a sensible allocation of budget?

Discussion in 'Home Cinema Speakers' started by Pword, Jun 15, 2005.

  1. Pword

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    I am complete newbie and am trying to put together a home cinema system to add on to a Pioneer DV575 DVD player.

    I have around £600 to play with and am not sure how to split this between an amp and speakers.

    I have been looking at the Denom 1705 or Sony DB795 both at £210 and either the Mission M30i or the Mordaunt Short Premier Plus package cinema package both at around £380.

    Do you think I should spend less on speakers and more on the amp or do you have any ideas for a completely different configuration.

    I will probably use the system 50/50 for music and movies.

    Thanks very much

    Adam.
     
  2. Kazman

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    I wouldn't pair the Missions with the Sony, might be a little too forward in presentation, they would match the Denon better I feel, the Mordaunt Shorts would be a better match with the Sony, but will also work well with the Denon.

    Otherwise I think the balance you have is just right, I may suggest you spend a tiny bit more on the Denon 1905 though, it is a very good amp for the money.
     

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