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Seperate HiFi and AV System vs Integrated?

Discussion in 'AV Receivers & Amplifiers' started by chee, Aug 3, 2004.

  1. chee

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    I have a seperate HiFi and AV system set up in the same room at home.
    I am wondering if I should replace both with a single system.
    My current HiFi system consists of a Krell KAV-300i amplifier, Micromega Stage 2 CD player and Sonus Faber Grand Piano speakers.
    My AV system consists of a Kenwood KC-Z1 and KM-Z1 pre and power amp and Boston Accoustics THX speakers.

    I listen to music about 4 times as much as I watch DVDs. What would be a good system to replace this. I would probably want to retain the Sonus Faber speakers.
     
  2. Dfour

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    If you have the room DONT get an intergrated setup as unless you are willing to spend huge amounts on a pre/power av setup it will be no where as good as your stereo setup as it stands.:eek:
     

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