New dedicated cinema room.

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  1. Andylaugh

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    i am having a dedicated cinema room as part of new extention. I have a Sony hw40es projector.
    I have about £1k to spend on some 5.1 surround and an AV unit.

    I have been looking around and I am thinking about the Q Accoustics 7000i 5.1 bundle with Sony Dr1050.

    Would this be the best option.

    Other choices are Yamaha 677 av or the Q Accoustics 3000 speakers.

    Your thoughts will be much appreciated.

    Regards AL
     
  2. Andrew K

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    I prefer the Q3000 speakers to the 7000i.

    Others to look at include the KEF E305.
     
  3. Andylaugh

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    I am looking at both 3000 and 7000i
    I hope to try them this week in store.

    May the ask why you prefer the 3000s over the 7000s?

    Cheers
    AL
     
  4. Andrew K

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    the fuller sound - although they are not as wife friendly as the 7000i
     
  5. Joe Fernand

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    How are you planning to lay out the room/speakers/projection screen?

    Joe
     

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