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Pe50 sound improvements

Discussion in 'Plasma TVs' started by Neiluk, Aug 6, 2005.

  1. Neiluk

    Neiluk
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    Apologies if I am in the wrong topic.
    I have a Panny Th37Pe50, a DMRES10 and Fusion 150 and am really happy with them all.
    When playing music, either digital radio or Dvd's etc, I find that I could do with a bit more bass.
    Is there anyway of adding a sub woofer or do I need to go and get a 5.1 or 7.1 amp, speakers and all the cables that go with such a system? I have wood floors and as I'm renting can not hide any of the cables as I might if the place was mine.
    Any advice would be much appreciated.
    Cheers
    Neil
     
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    You could look at getting a Yamaha YSP-800 (one speaker digital sound processor with inbuilt amplifier, which reflects sound off the walls for a surround sound effect) which should be available soon, and a subwoofer for the bass. This will give you surround sound and bass without cables going around the room. Just plug the DVD player and the subwoofer into the YSP-800. I haven't heard it myself but if you do a search for it's big brother the YSP-1 it gets pretty good reviews.
     

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