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Home Theater Help OB Audiophiles


My surround sound system is done....."the guy" told me the only thing that is working is the center channel and woofer. He thinks ita an amplifier problem. The unit is 7 years old.

Want to replace it.........gimme some options. The TV is a 50" Panasonic (circa 2005) HD.








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tenfoe
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Get the one on sale at Walmart. Our ears can't tell the difference in the quality of most speakers.





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GreatBrandino
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Denon makes a good unit... Check em out at best buy





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Slickback
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quote:

Posted by tenfoe Get the one on sale at Walmart. Our ears can't tell the difference in the quality of most speakers.



I bought an LG speaker bar with a wireless sub package. Sounds great, easy to install, no pulling wires and drilling.






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dallasga6
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LINK

on sale...$150.00 off now...






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Soul Gleaux
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Im a big fan of Yamaha receivers. I have the RXV671, its pretty badass. Theres an app you can put on your phone that allows you to play from music on any computer in your home via wifi.


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Tiger 79
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I have 3 front speakers and 2 rear already mounted through the walls and stuff. Plus a woofer thing on the floor.

Is a 2.1 surround sound now?







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LSUwag
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I recently replaced my very good Sony receiver (fried it after 15 years of excellent performance) with a new Sony. I hate it compared to my old one.

I wish I had bought a Yamaha.






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brass2mouth
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No bull shite man if you get on the OT and search or make a new topic paging Gaston, you'll get some spot on advice.

I may even have a thread bookmarked and ill check when I get off the popped.






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DownSouthDave
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I have a Denon 1912 and like it. The new model, the 1913 is supposed to have a better menu setup.

I think all major manufacturers will have an app where you can run through wifi, but they take so damn long to load it's easier using the remote.

One thing that is great is having one with Air Play if you have an iPhone. For listening to music it's great, hit zone 2 and you can jam to your music on the patio without getting up to change songs.






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TBoy
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I have a Yamaha RX-2000 and is performs flawlessly. For speakers I have Klipsch all around the main room and the house. Worth every penny. The receiver also has independent zones, which means teen music by the pool, sports inside, and other music in the side room where the ladies like to hide, each can be remotely controlled. I usually run the whole system with my iPad.

It kicks arse and is extremely easy to operate.



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brass2mouth
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LINK





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TBoy
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Sorry daylower, not enough power.


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Magicmikeforlsu
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I bought the denon 1913 after a house fire to replace an onkyo unit I previously had that got fried by a lightning strike. I liked the onkyo system but like the denon even more. Great options and the sound is awesome, would definitely recommend denon fwiw.





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Bama and Beer
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Great outdoor thread





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Tiger 79
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I came to ask assistance from my OB buddies. Wanted to stay away from the OT types...............oh wait





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taurusjwf
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Integra 30.1





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quote:

Posted by Bama and Beer on 2/16 at 4:59 am to Choirboy

So if I put OB in the title its allowed no matter the subject?

Calling OB ipaders?

Need OB on sex position

OB needed to choose which school to send my child


Seems to be non frowned upon on here I see



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laangler21
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I have a Sony system, with s-air technology. Basically a partial wireless system, front speakers are wire to the unit, back speakers are wireless from the receiver but wired together. Pretty sweet, and much cheaper than the full wireless systems.





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LSUwag
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quote:

Yamaha RX-2000


I wish I had bought this.






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