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System for £500-£600

Discussion in 'Home Cinema Buying & Building' started by Paul Philpott, Mar 18, 2005.

  1. Paul Philpott

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    I am thinking of upgrading my current Home Cinema System.

    I have just purchased a Panasonic TX32PD50 TV which is fantastic, but which system should I buy to go with it??

    I am thinking Denon DHT550SD, what does everyone think??

    Any help would be appreciated!!

    Paul
     
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    I did the same. Thought about Teac Legacy and actually Teac Legacy 800 (600 quid at Richer Sounds) may suit better with its silver speakers but Denon 550 is newer with better features.

    Paid 550 quid for mine from Superfi multiregioned and paid 50 quid extra for 6th speaker and 50 quid for front stands.

    Think Teac is only progresive scan via NTSC but could be wrong. Component outs from eitehr will hook up nicely to the panasonic. Either would be a good choice so look at both.
     
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    Thanks for that, as you say I think the Denon is more up to date and probable more reliable!!
     

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