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I am a newbie, wish to buy a sit of home theater system. use it for watching movies, listen to musics, and some games. am willing to spend around $600-700. any suggestions ?
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Look at systems from Onkyo, Denon, and Yamaha. Beware of HTIBs with 3 or 4 ohm speakers and passive subwoofers because you won't be able to upgrade any of those pieces without junking the entire system. The three manufacturers I mentioned make HTIBs built around real receivers that can be kept if you decide to upgrade any of the other parts.
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Hi, thanks a lot for replying ! Do you recommend this ? http://www.denon.com.my/product_info.php?cPath=44&products_id=283
It is Denon AV Surround Receiver AVR-1513 + Boston Acoustics SoundWare XS 5.1 Home Theater Speaker System
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That system is built around an AVR-1513, which is a real receiver. So, yes, I'd recommend it as a foundation piece since it can be upgraded down the road. But, you'll need to see whether the features of the receiver and the speaker package works for you. I can't help there.
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