I would like a 7.1 surround sound system if I can afford it, but before I go buying all new gear, I want to know if it is worth my time and money to replace all the speakers on my current sound system.
I currently have a Sony SU-S5420 (Receiver)
Sony SEN-R5420 (Sub woofer case)
Sony SS-U541AV (Tower Speaker)
Sony SS-U64 (Satellite)
Sony SS-CN64 (Center)
This is the closest manual I can find for it, but it is a different model.
The 2 Satellite speakers are (3.5") that say they are 8 ohm at 50 Watt Max input.
The Center speaker is (3.5") says it's a 6 ohm at 66 Watt Max input.
The two rear speakers have 3 speakers on them, what seems like a tweeter (1"), a mid (3.5"), and a woofer (8") The box says it's 8 ohms at 200 Watts Max
The Sub-Woofer is an unknown wattage/ohms but it's a 6.5" Speaker.
Again, I am looking to either replace the speakers in these and maybe get a new receiver if I need to, but I don't know what kind of receiver to even get, or if I will even need a amplifier or not.
I do not want a boxed setup, and I would like to reach 750 Watts or more if I can at a price under $500