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KrayzieJackson

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Ok I Need Help On Picking A Surround Sound System For My PS3 and my 37" Vizio Tv my price range is 200-350$ so somebody help me out here????:lease:
 

24 P

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http://www.mininova.org/tor/2959810http://www.superfi.co.uk/index.cfm/page/moreinfo.cfm/Product_ID/4145

Supports LPCM, meaning that you will be able to decode DD TRUE HD and DTS MA through the PS3 and send it to the Amp as LPCM....

YAMAHA AV65 HOME CINEMA PACKAGE (RXV365 RECEIVER & NSP280 SPEAKER SYSTEM) - available from Superfi UK Visit http://www.superfi.co.uk/index.cfm/page/moreinfo.cfm/product_id/5537 for details

Either one would do the job for you, I would spend the extra with the 1st package as it is capable of accepting LPCM..

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http://www.mininova.org/tor/2959810
 

CJSIMPSON

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Ive recntly had the exact same issue, in the end I went for second hand equipment due to the fact I could get better quality.

I got an Onkyo 606 for £290 at Richer Sounds and some Jamo HCS5 A102 speakers in the classifieds here for £130 I think they were.

This would have been a little over your budget but there are some good pieces out there if you look hard enough. I could have got the amp a bit cheaper but I am well pleased with my new set up. I got the amp first and that make a big difference with my old speakers and then i added the new speakers and the biggest difference was with the sub.
 

Hillskill

Moderator/Games Reviewer
Have a look over on AVS as its a US site very similar in vein to AVF. I have done a bit of posting over there and all the guys are really nice and helpful :smashin:

PlayStation Area - AVS Forum
 

RottenFox

Distinguished Member
i'll close this, as Hillskill has given the best advice..
 
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