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  1. fatboyslim

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    Hi I am buying a diva 300 and dv79 does anyone have any suggestions of which main and surround speakers go well with the system?
     
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    I've got a AVR300 & DV79 and I use Anthony Gallo Micros for the 3 front and two rear speakers. If you're looking for small speakers then I'd definately recommend them.

    HTH

    John
     
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    cheers! how much they cost??
     
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    the best question would be, what is you budget ..... then start selecting and listening
     
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    Depends on the finish but, if I remember correctly, they are £250 a pair for the solid colours and £350 a pair for the metallic finishes.

    John
     
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    BIG fan of B & W kit with Arcam kit.

    Really like listening to CDs as well as watching movies, so got myself a pair of second hand CDM-9NTs, which cost me just under a grand. Stunning.

    Rear speakers, for around £400 you can get a second hand set of CDM1SE's which will more than do the job.

    I ended up just switching my CDM-7NTs which previously had been doing front speaker duties, and moved them to run as rear speakers, and it sounds awesome with 5.1 stuff, audio DVDs especially.
     

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