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I'm moving and the lady that bought my townhome asked if she could pay me to leave the bose acoustimas 10 IV. I was never happy with tje setup, it is my fault because haven't researched. My av is Hk 354, what are my other choices to go with i still want to be able to mount them on walls.
The bose lists for 999 at bestbuy is it fair to ask half for them? Their wired and hanging she just has to get an av receiver.
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What is your budget? And are you looking for a 5.1 system? how big is your room?

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I dont want to spend too much, say 1500 $ 5.1 is fine maybe 7.1 My room is 11 feet by 23 feet.
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23ft long? I would definitely go 7.1 atleast if it was me. Probably 7.2. But check out Bic acoustech, aperion audio, fluance. I'll try to find some stuff

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Check out the aperion intimus 5b system. It's right at your budget. But you would still need a receiver? It's a 5.1package. You could go down to the 4b but with your size room I'd probably go for the larger drivers.

Another set up I'd look into is the bic acoustech. With two ht64 bookshelves and two pl66 surrounds. With the pl26 center channel. For the sub either the f12 or pl200.

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Another good choice is HTD.

Level Three Bookshelves - $300 FL/FR
Level Three Center - $200 C
Level Two Bookshelves - $200 SLSR
SVS PB-1000 - $500 Sub
Denon AVR-1913 - $300 (www.accessories4less.com)

Comes to $1500 exactly and gives you a great system with a very good sub.

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That's a biggish room, I'd consider 2xPB1000 or comparable subwoofers, and $500 worth of bookshelf speakers and a center channel.
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Oops, you need a receiver? Go to NXG NX-BAS-500 for the subs, or BIC PL-200s if the NXs are unavailable.
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