Need some advice (VERY new to this)
Onkyo TX-SR607 AV Receiver - http://www.eu.onkyo.com/products/TX-SR607.html
Jamo S 606 HCS 3 package - http://www.jamo.com/eu-en/products/s-606-hcs-3-description/
Yamaha YST-SW1500 Sub
DSW PRO 500 Sub
Onkyo DV-SP506 DVD Player
Panasonic VIERA Plasma TV 42"
I want to upgrade the sound a bit. I have been thinking about replacing the speakers with the Polk Audio TSI500 series, but then they would run 8 Ohm 100W instead of the current 6 Ohm 140W that my amp can handle. My other option is to add two additional mains as surround speakers and move the current surround speakers to the back to create the 7.1 environment the amp can handle.
Any ideas on this would be appreciated...even if you think it will be a waste of money either way?
The room is an old single garage redone for the entertainment area.
But, really, I think there may be some other problem with your setup and just throwing new speakers at it may not achieve much improvement.
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Thank you for the replies. The problem is that when I bought the equipment, the dealers installed it into a different room. I moved it after to a different room. I then used the mic to automatically configure the sound. Since then it just does not sound the same. The midrange sounds are being killed by the higher pitch sounds and when watching movies the voices sounds very flat. I contributed this to the fact that it is a bigger room and the floor is tiled. I put down quite a big carpet which helped a bit. I know that the sub might be in the wrong place also.
It makes sense that you recommend configuration instead of more hardware. Will you guys be able to help if I post some pictures of the room and the configuration screens from the amp or is this the wrong forum for that?
Thank you for helping....