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Ruark 5.1 vita

Discussion in 'Home Cinema Speakers' started by jrrs1, Oct 28, 2004.

  1. jrrs1

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    Hi guys,
    Bought this system 4 years ago and looking to install it for the first time ( dont ask!) matching it to a denon avc-A10se amp + plasma etc...
    Is this speaker system still considered ok? or should i discard and pick up a new system? i want if as a nice compromise between DVD audio from a film, and MP3 from PC + CD original format....

    Advice much appreciated.
    Cheers John
     
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    I think it's a great audio sound and still good with movies, I've always liked that package.
     
  3. jrrs1

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    bobbypunk,
    Thnaks, nice to be reassuured, it was a good compromise but as i've said its never been used and still in its box! 4 years after buying it...

    I demoed it and thought it was unbelievably clear ( bass was a little light), but i had a friend with me who raved about it and compared it to his £3k B&W system for clarity.

    I'tll be installed next month hopefully, so i'm looking forward to hearing it after such a long time.
    Thanks John
     
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    I have no user manual. How to connect the satellites via the high pass filter? Should I unplug the Red connector (plus) and insert it into the yellow connector (filter)?
    Many thanks.
     
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