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Speaker and Amp Advice

Discussion in 'Home Cinema Speakers' started by DISC, Mar 14, 2002.

  1. DISC

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    New to the current Hi Fi seen ( my last piece of kit was a music centre !). Want an amp and speaker for TV cinema and music and was thinking of getting the Yamaha RXV620 receiver/amp plus Sony CDPXE570 CD player but I am lost regarding speaker choice, was considering Mission 7 cinema pack, Wharfedale 8's or Celestion F pack your comments would be greatly appreciated particulary with regard to the Celestion as a cannot find any reviews of these speaker.
     
  2. bob007

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    You mention getting a CD player, what about a DVD player, that plays CD's aswell.
     
  3. DISC

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    Thank Bob, I have a Playstation 2 which I was going to use for the DVDs is this a bad idea?
     
  4. bob007

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    Doesn't the PS2 play CD's aswell.......

    You did not mention a DVD player, and thought you may benefit from a DVD player as apossed to just a CD player.
    My son plays his DVD's through his PS2 on a 24 W/S phillips and has no complaints. Many will say it won't be as good a quality as a dedcated DVD player, but i wouldn't say it was a bad idea.

    I would look at a my budget on the CD player and see if i could match it or even better it with a dedicated DVD player and use the PS2 as a gaming console.
     
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    Your on the right track with the 620 and the missions. But i think you need a dvd player. Bob still has 8 track:clown:
     

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