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post #1 of 2 Old 09-14-2012, 07:05 PM - Thread Starter
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Which one is the better system? My room is approx 15'x19' with a 18' ceiling. My current set-up is a very old panasonic model over 10 years old.

A pro for the Samsung is the wireless rear speakers. Although, my rear surround was prewired when I built this house. So the plug is behind my TV. However, all I hear is the Onkyo speakers are heavy.

With price being relatively the same at Amazon (Onkyo $730, D6730W $600, E6730W $790) which system is going to give me the sound I am looking to fill this room?

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according to me ..defenetly onkyo....its 9400 THX man..worlds only THX certified HTib ..i hav seen many reviews in favour of onkyo,..

dnt go for samsung because ..onkyo are specialised in audio ..9400thx is a good deal with a nice AV reciver and speaker system...
u can hav many connectivity for onk...
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