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Suitable Amp for my needs

Discussion in 'AV Receivers & Amplifiers' started by .Griff., Dec 12, 2004.

  1. .Griff.

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    Hi,

    Regular posted in the LCD section and PC hardware section but first time in here!

    Can any of you experts recommend a surround sound amp for my needs? I want to be able to connect my PC (Audigy 2) via annalogue (Front Stereo, Rear Stereo, Centre/Sub), my Sky digibox via phono (for Prologic I presume) and a Dvd player via optical or coaxial.

    Ideally an Amp/speaker package would be best for me with a limited busget in mind.

    Thanks in advance.
     
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    any decent amp will do what you need, £150-£500 what speakers and do you need video switching? and more exact budget would help but any Mid range Pio/Yam/sony or lower end Denon/HK/arcam etc will be fine..
     
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    No video switching is needed.

    Budget would be on the smaller side of £300 if possible. It's for a room 3m by 4m so I don't need/want the best speakers in the world.
     
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