Surround System

Discussion in 'AV Receivers & Amplifiers' started by bv2312, Sep 10, 2007.

  1. bv2312

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    Hey all!!

    First Post and need some advice....

    I have A
    TV (like everyone else a bit old has 2 scart sockets will be changing to LCD)
    DVD Player
    VCR (don't ask lol)
    NTL/Virgin Media Analogue Box (Will Change to digital when they switch off)

    What i would like is a set of speakers say 5.1 price is 100 - 200 and watts doesn't need to be huge either but i want to be able to keep using the speak even if i change dvd, set top box, tv etc so i'm not sure if i should get a dedicated speakers and all my kit get connected to that. what is the best connection for sound..?

    Any help would be grateful!
     
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    Have a look at the Yamaha AV 69 kit. It's around £200-£250, but its the cheapest decent budget amp & 5.1 speaker set.
     
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    Thanks for your reply.... if but my budget to say £300 what would be a good set? plus i couldn't find the AV 69 anywhere
     
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    thanks for your help!
     

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