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I purchased a DENON AVR-689. I am looking around for speakers under 300$ for now. I spend most of the time on movies(60%) or music(40%).

I am confused with JBL CS6100BG, klipsch hd500, Onkyo SKS-HT870 or Energy take classic 5.1.. Plz help me out as it has already been a month that I am doing this research... frown.gif

I like good quality sound and I am not just interested in too much volume..


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Well, that AVR is a 7.1, which doesn't play HD sound such as DTS-HD Master Audio, Dolby TrueHD or Dolby Pro Logic IIz.

However, I wasn't able to find if it is a 6 or 8 ohms AVR. So, you pretty much want to match your AVR power with your speakers. I believer that AVR is rated at 80 watts per channel. So, I would be looking for speakers that can handle at least 80 watts.

The onkyo you've listed are pretty nice, but they are rated at 6 ohms. So, if you AVR is rated at 8 ohms you might shorten the life of the speakers.

I'm looking for a new AVR and front speakers. I'm thinking of giving Denon a chance since they seems to offer good features for the money!

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Onkyo isn't a speaker company, they make components. Their speakers are afterthought which they bundle with their HTIB systems.

Your Denon 689 can handle 6 or 8 ohm speaker loads.

You could get these Jamo s426 speakers for $199 and add a $99 sub. For $300 total it would out perform those satellite speaker systems.
http://www.vanns.com/shop/servlet/item/features/544351896/jamo-s-426hcs-3?s_c=site_search

Add the Dayton sub 100 for $99.
http://www.parts-express.com/pe/showdetl.cfm?Partnumber=300-628

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Denon is a 6 ohm and it can handle 80watts per channel. I am looking for 5.1 or a 7.1.. smile.gif
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Jamo s426 is 5.0 and adding a subwoofer makes it 5.1. What's wrong with that?

If you need a bundled 5.1 set you can buy the Jamo s426 with a Jamo 8" sub for the same $299. I'd rather have the larger Dayton sub though.

http://www.vanns.com/shop/servlet/item/bundles/544351896/jamo-s-426hcs-3

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I second the Jamo S426 HCS 3 5-pack plus their SUB 210. If you live near a Fry's they stock both and will match Vann's price on the sub. I just got that exact set at Fry's for my Yamaha RX-V371 and couldn't be happier. Their manager knew I was on a budget and was actually looking for lower net prices for me!

I still can't believe the value of these speakers. They don't sound like budget speakers. They make even Dolby Digital TV broadcasts come alive with little nuances I didn't hear before with my $300 Creative Gigaworks speakers, and even those blow a lot of similar priced and above HT speaker sets away.

The actual matching sub for the S426 HCS 3 is their SUB 260, with 260 watts, but the SUB 210 with 200 watts easily mates well with them in smaller living rooms. My apt living room is roughly 11'x18' with an attached small entry way/kitchen area. Even with my living room window and bedroom door open this sub set at half volume offers plenty volume and tightness. I even have my receiver set with a max volume limiter at half volume. I never have to get anywhere near that.

Most of the small HT speaker kits have tiny 2.5"-3" midrange drivers, and there's a huge frequency gap even matching them with a 8" sub. This Jamo set with two 5+ inch front mids easily comes down to match if not slightly overlap the 8" sub. If set up properly you can get nice dynamic range and clarity, with plenty tightness to the bass. You aren't going to get quite as low frequency bass as some sets will produce, but I find if you shoot for too low a frequency on budget sets, you end up with crappy, muddy, often underpowered bass.

Honestly, Small HT speaker kits can't match these. I was primarily on my way to Video Only to listen to their open box Def Tech ProCinema 400s that retail for $600 when I stumbled upon these on a side trip to Fry's. Video Only said they could sell the Def Techs for $400, but they didn't sound worth half that to me. The sound on a lot of the small HT speaker sets sound overly digital with no warmth or depth to their smallish mids. They often have tweeters that are overly small and/or bright too.

If you like me are sick and tired of the hyped up, downsized toy-like HT budget speaker sets, whom only real selling point is the small space required to set them up, check out the Jamos. They're owned by Klipsch now, and have a 5 year warranty through them. You only need keep the receipt. The SUB 210 doesn't have an external heatsink, grounded power cord or calibrated low pass crossover (just marked 40Hz-200Hz with 4 unlabeled hash marks in between), but I have found with extended use it's metal back plate doesn't even get as warm as the top of my receiver. Use a surge protector and figure 32Hz between hash marks and you'll be fine.
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Good review. But if you're using the receiver for bass management you can turn the crossover on the sub all the way to the right. The receiver will take care of bass management duties.

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Good review. But if you're using the receiver for bass management you can turn the crossover on the sub all the way to the right. The receiver will take care of bass management duties.

I know that, I only use the sub one as a fail safe in case the receiver's low pass setting get's inadvertently reset or changed. I've managed to somewhat via separately adjusting and testing each find the sweet spots where they are pretty equal though.

I'll add that I read one person's chat claim some Jamo's he listened to sounded "fatiguing" on a Yamaha receiver, recommending a Denon or Pioneer. I don't know what Jamo models he was referring to or what specifically he meany by "fatiguing", but I can't say I notice any compromises here.
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by the way, Fry's has the Jamo s426 system on sale again. $149 this week.
http://www.frys.com/ads/page6

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by the way, Fry's has the Jamo s426 system on sale again. $149 this week.
http://www.frys.com/ads/page6

We used to have a Fry's Electronics in Fresno, CA, but they closed down mad.gif The closes one is about 4.5 hours away from here now.mad.gif

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BOSTON ACOUSTICS Horizon MCS150 from Accessories for Less for $250

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Must not have been around very long. Didn't know they ever had a Fry's in the central valley. I find it hard to believe there was one in Fresno and closed.

The next closest one being 4.5 hours away is only if you drive a tractor. Sacramento isn't 4.5 hours from Fresno, I grew up in the central valley. Neither is San Jose. Both should be 3 hours or less.

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Must not have been around very long. Didn't know they ever had a Fry's in the central valley. I find it hard to believe there was one in Fresno and closed.
The next closest one being 4.5 hours away is only if you drive a tractor. Sacramento isn't 4.5 hours from Fresno, I grew up in the central valley. Neither is San Jose. Both should be 3 hours or less.

I live 45 min. east of Fresno. I used to live in San Jose as well, and I know how far San Jose and Visalia are from each other specially with traffic. It usually takes me a little over 4 hours to get to my family's house in San Jose.

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Not sure who would drive ~3 hours to spend $150 on some speakers. Just sayin'

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Not sure who would drive ~3 hours to spend $150 on some speakers. Just sayin'

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Thanks for the heads up on the Fry's ad. That is indeed the Jamo (pronounced Yah-Moo I've read) set in their ad. I just called my local store and they will give me $50 back if I bring the receipt in. I'm going to hang out and browse the ad items to see if there's anything else I can snatch up.

I feel for those whom live quite a ways from Fry's. I feel the same every time I see someone get a killer deal on in store only ads at Microcenter. Even 3 hours one way would make me ponder the logistics. Maybe a carpool trip with 2 or 3 people sharing the gas would ease the pain.
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I live 45 min. east of Fresno. I used to live in San Jose as well, and I know how far San Jose and Visalia are from each other specially with traffic. It usually takes me a little over 4 hours to get to my family's house in San Jose.

We drive to Fresno quite often from San Jose to see our daughter and it only takes us about 2.5 hours but maybe our tractor is faster than yours biggrin.gif BTW, what would you recommend for small form 5.1 speakers. By small form I mean fronts/side about 5"x5"x6". I need to keep them small because of the WAF. The ones I have now are ok for the room size and the volume that we listen at but I'd like to get something better even though I know the small size is severely limiting my choices. I've been looking at the discontinued Polk RM6750s to match with my Yamaha RX-V371.
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I feel for those whom live quite a ways from Fry's. I feel the same every time I see someone get a killer deal on in store only ads at Microcenter.

Interesting you should mention MicroCenter. I read that they just closed the one in San Jose a week or so ago frown.gif
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We drive to Fresno quite often from San Jose to see our daughter and it only takes us about 2.5 hours but maybe our tractor is faster than yours biggrin.gif BTW, what would you recommend for small form 5.1 speakers. By small form I mean fronts/side about 5"x5"x6". I need to keep them small because of the WAF. The ones I have now are ok for the room size and the volume that we listen at but I'd like to get something better even though I know the small size is severely limiting my choices. I've been looking at the discontinued Polk RM6750s to match with my Yamaha RX-V371.

That's a small room. Woot.com had the klipsch Quinted (spelling) on sale a few days ago for $200. They usually have them every month or so.

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That's a small room. Woot.com had the klipsch Quinted (spelling) on sale a few days ago for $200. They usually have them every month or so.

Small room tongue.gif Those are the dimensions of the speakers that will fit on the existing speaker stands and have the WAF stamp wink.gif I'll check out the Klipsch's.
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We drive to Fresno quite often from San Jose to see our daughter and it only takes us about 2.5 hours but maybe our tractor is faster than yours biggrin.gif BTW, what would you recommend for small form 5.1 speakers. By small form I mean fronts/side about 5"x5"x6". I need to keep them small because of the WAF. The ones I have now are ok for the room size and the volume that we listen at but I'd like to get something better even though I know the small size is severely limiting my choices. I've been looking at the discontinued Polk RM6750s to match with my Yamaha RX-V371.

Fry's has the Polk RM6750 on sale this week for $249, Newegg has them for less
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16882290066
Sats are 6.5" x 4.06" x 5"

Newegg has the Def Tech Pro Cinema 60 on sale thru Monday.
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16882325104

The sats are 6.4" x 3.8" x 4.2"

Take your pick

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Fry's has the Polk RM6750 on sale this week for $249, Newegg has them for less
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16882290066
Sats are 6.5" x 4.06" x 5"
Newegg has the Def Tech Pro Cinema 60 on sale thru Monday.
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16882325104
The sats are 6.4" x 3.8" x 4.2"
Take your pick

Thanks for the Fry's update. They are usually my last place to go (only because I don't trust them). They will price match but it's a PIA to get them to verify and confirm.
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Well I went down to Fry's and was issued a $54 credit slip for the current price match on the Jamo set. I'd originally planned to just pocket the cash, but couldn't resist shopping around a bit. I settled on a Logitech G500 mouse they had for $52. My old MX500 is getting a bit tired.

They also have this leather/mesh chair on sale that I'm considering going back and getting.

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Anyone interested in the Jamo S426 HCS 3 speaker set that doesn't live near Fry's can get them through today at Newegg on a promo code for $170. Energy also markets that same set under their name with model number PS500. Free shipping too. It ends up being only about $6.50 more than I paid with tax. Actually the same price overall considering the gas to pick them up.

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16882269038&Tpk=82-269-038&nm_mc=EMC-GD080312&cm_mmc=EMC-GD080312-_-index-_-Item-_-82-269-038
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I purchased a DENON AVR-689. I am looking around for speakers under 300$ for now. I spend most of the time on movies(60%) or music(40%).
I am confused with JBL CS6100BG, klipsch hd500, Onkyo SKS-HT870 or Energy take classic 5.1.. Plz help me out as it has already been a month that I am doing this research... frown.gif
I like good quality sound and I am not just interested in too much volume..
Thanks in advance..
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If the Take Classics are in your budget, go for them. Hands down the best satellite/sub system you can get in its price range. It's very highly regarded.

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If the Take Classics are in your budget, go for them. Hands down the best satellite/sub system you can get in its price range. It's very highly regarded.

Price "range" is subjective to what sale prices he takes note of. For instance the Martin Logan MLT-2 set just dropped to $300 at Newegg through 8/13 on promo code. The MLT-2 set uses 1" tweets and 4.5" front mids. It retails for $1000 at full price, and usually sells for at least $600 online. It's also another one of those sets that typically gets praised as being the best in it's price range, both by sites and consumers, and when you consider the price you can get it at currently, it's def worth looking at.

The Take Classic is a nice set, esp the sub, but the mids are only 3" and the tweets just 3/4" vs a full 1". Back in the days of home stereo systems, the size isn't everything mantra was pertinent. There were a lot of places selling cheap large speakers made to look good, but didn't sound so good. Since the age of the common Home Theater in a Box sets, the same is true in reverse. Most manufacturers now try and convince consumers you can get full sound with these small kits. but you really can't.
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Any new updates on this? Most of what was listed are currently over $300
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They'll all be on sale again sometime in the near future, if you're not in a rush just wait.

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I just bought a pair of Jamos S426 towers for $87.00 dollars brand new at Frys Electronics. I was lucky enough to get the last pair.

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I just bought a pair of Jamos S426 towers for $87.00 dollars brand new at Frys Electronics. I was lucky enough to get the last pair.

I saw that ad this afternoon, great price. What are you going to use as a center and surrounds?

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