Join Date: Aug 2010
Location: Bellevue, WA, USA
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I currently have a nice stereo setup with two Polk monitor 70's powered by a HK 3490 stereo receiver. I'm in the process of looking for an AV receiver that supports 3d (have Panasonic 3D Plasma and Blu-Ray player).
I want to enhance my current setup to enable surround sound for watching Blu-ray movies. I have ordered a Polk CS2 center speaker but am unsure about what speakers to get for the rear surrounds. Also do I really need to get a sub? I've read that the Monitor 70's have plenty of bass and a sub wouldn't be that helpful. So would a 5.0 setup be fine?
Also how powerful of an AV receiver do I need to drive the Monitor 70's well?
Thanks for any suggestions.
TV: Panasonic TC-46PGT24 | Blu-ray: Panasonic DMP-BDT110 (wired), Sony BDP-S6200 (wired) | Receiver: Sony STR-DN850 (wired) | Fronts: 2x Polk Monitor 70's, Center=CS2 Surrounds=2xMonitor 35B Sub=BIC F12 | Chromecast v2 (wired)