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post #1 of 25 Old 11-14-2013, 07:05 AM - Thread Starter
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My father in law asked me to pick out a new complete 5.1 HT system for him. He gave me a $2000 budget. I am partial to Polk speakers and Yamaha receiver, but only because that is all I have ever had. He really likes how my setup sounds, so not sure if I should stick with what what he has heard and liked or if I should go with something else since I have a decent budget to work with.The only thing I know for sure is im getting the HSU VTF-1 MK2 subwoofer or the SVS SB-1000 and probably spending around $400-$500 on the receiver. That leaves me around $1100 for the front, center and surrounds.


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I would definitely go with a different sub, something more in the $600-800 range would be appropriate.

For a receiver, I think the Denon AVR-1913 would be a solid choice, it has all the power you will need, is 7.1 should he want rear surrounds or to power a second zone, and has networking. Also, Audyssey MultEQ will help calibrate and configure his speakers and sub. I prefer it to Yamaha's YPAO.

You can get this receiver refrubished from www.accessories4less.com for $300 with a warranty, and they are an authorized dealer that many peope here on AVS use.

For a sub, the Power Sound Audio XV15 would be my choice at $800. You will have great output and sub-20Hz bass which is ideal for movies. It is a considerable upgrade over the HSU VTF-1 MK2. If you want to stick with HSU, the VTF3-MK4 would be a good choice as well.

With $1000 left for speakers, you could go with Polk, if he likes the way they sound then it stands to reason he will like them in his home (assuming there aren't any detrimental room acoustics). I would visit the Polk Ebay store and you should be able to get an entire RTi system with your budget.

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OWM5: http://www.ebay.com/itm/OWM5-BLACK-Multi-application-Loud-Speaker-Polk-Audio-EACH-/390668070673?pt=Speakers_Subwoofers&hash=item5af5a1af11

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He really likes how my setup sounds, so not sure if I should stick with what what he has heard and liked or if I should go with something else since I have a decent budget to work with.The only thing I know for sure is im getting the HSU VTF-1 MK2 subwoofer or the SVS SB-1000 and probably spending around $400-$500 on the receiver. That leaves me around $1100 for the front, center and surrounds.Suggestions.......Go!

You can lower the receiver price - Also, how big is the room, and how loud does he intend to listen?

It is good that you enjoy your system - however, there are better options.

Also the Focal Chorus system, now has some good closeout prices.
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Thanks for the feedback. both responses lead me to believe that maybe i am going about this the wrong way. With a $2000 budget, I was thinking that I should spend $500 for a decent sub and $500 for a decent receiver leaving the rest for the other 5 components. The responses so far lead me to believe that the receiver should be secondary to the sub....right?

Some information I left out was that he has a long narrow living room, but I would say it is on the medium to large range. I was not sure how my father-in-law felt about a large subwoofer, which is why I was compromising with the SVS and HSU.


I will check out all the links provided and appreciate the help so far. I bought my sub through the Polk ebay website and have had no issues, but I will run it by him to see how he feels about refurbs.

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For most HT enthusiasts or just those that enjoy good sound with their television and movies a good sub makes a world of difference. It can make inexpensive speakers sound much better than they would otherwise.

Not to knock your sub, but it's not even close to what you would get with a $500 internet direct model. There's a night and day difference with most brick and mortar subs (Polk, Klipsch, Def Tech etc..) and the ID subs. Especially for equal amounts of money spent.

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For most HT enthusiasts or just those that enjoy good sound with their television and movies a good sub makes a world of difference. It can make inexpensive speakers sound much better than they would otherwise.

Not to knock your sub, but it's not even close to what you would get with a $500 internet direct model. There's a night and day difference with most brick and mortar subs (Polk, Klipsch, Def Tech etc..) and the ID subs. Especially for equal amounts of money spent.

No offense taken. I love my fronts,center and surround for the price I paid, but yeah I definitely cannot wait to save up enough for an internet direct sub. That is exactly why I was going that route this time and getting one for my father-in law since he has the budget for it. I guess I will have to live vicariously through him biggrin.gif

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I can't go past an Ascend Acoustics / Rythmik Audio system.

A 5.1 system based on the CMT-340 SE's, CBM-170 SE's (or HTM-200 SE's) and a Rythmik LV12R Servo sub from Ascend comes to $1730 shipped.

Combined with the refurbished Denon AVR-1913 that Transmaniacon found above, and your father in law is looking at $2030 at his front door. This will be a great performing system for a very reasonable price.

If his room and budget can accommodate them, I'd recommend adding a second identical sub and rear speakers in future, for around $880.
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I can't go past an Ascend Acoustics / Rythmik Audio system.

A 5.1 system based on the CMT-340 SE's, CBM-170 SE's (or HTM-200 SE's) and a Rythmik LV12R Servo sub from Ascend comes to $1730 shipped.

Combined with the refurbished Denon AVR-1913 that Transmaniacon found above, and your father in law is looking at $2030 at his front door. This will be a great performing system for a very reasonable price.

If his room and budget can accommodate them, I'd recommend adding a second identical sub and rear speakers in future, for around $880.

Thanks for the recommendation. That setup looks solid! can anyone chime in who has heard these speakers before? I found some good reviews and I know they offer a trial period, but just interested to her from someone that has heard these in person.

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I have indeed heard the Ascend CMT340 speakers, many times! No, I don't own them, but a very good friend does. Me and him do an A/B comparison with my EMP speakers and his Ascend Acoust CMT340 and it was really a wash. We both prefered the EMP speakers for HT, but by a very slight margin and we both prefered the Ascends for music, by a very slim margin. Disclaimer...he lives in an old farm house with high celining and lots of windows. So his place is terrible for acoustics!

Anyway, the AA CMT340 are a very balanced speaker...do lows, midrange and high all very well. If you like bright speakers, these aren't it. If you like warm speakers, these aren't it. If you like a neutral speaker that is very accurate, can play very loud (even in a crappy old farm house) and more important, sound great a low volume, these are a good choice.

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I haven't heard the Ascends, by everyone here that have heard them, loves them, so I don't think you will regret it if you go that route.

I went the HSU route. Here is a competing option to the Ascend package: http://www.hsuresearch.com/products/hybrid3pkg.html; 5.1 for $1,628 shipped.

I'll be posting a review on HSU speakers soon, but I need to do more critical listening so I can be as thorough as possible. So far, I'm loving them.

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I own the 340se's for front and center with 2 170se's for surround. I have them paired with a Klipsch rw-12d sub.
It sounds great and you should be very happy.....especially paired with the Rythmik sub which almost certainly bests my rw-12d.

Again, I could not be happier with the Ascend setup!!
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Also have the Ascends (hooked up to a Yamaha AVR). You will love them. They really shine with music, especially well-recorded Blu-ray 5.1 concerts.
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Another option to consider is that www.musicdirect.com has some Focal Chorus speakers on clearance. The Chorus 706V bookshelf speakers(1" tweeter and 6 1/2" woofer) are $449/pair, the Chorus 705V's(same 1" tweeter and a 5.25" woofer) are $349/pair and the CC700V(center with the tweeter and dual 6 1/2" woofers) is $349 also(but only available in black). The total would $1,147 shipped. Slightly above the $1,100 you would have left over with the Yamaha AVR and either sub you mentioned. From what I have read they are very good speakers, and this is a good price for them. Not sure how long this deal will last, but thought I would throw them out there. I own a pair of Ascend CBM-170's as my L/R and a CMT-340C center channel being powered by a Yamaha RX-A700 and they sound great in my apartment.

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Alright, well we went out this weekend and he picked out a receiver he liked, so we have about $1500 left on speakers. I showed him the Ascend Acoustic's, HSU's and a few other bookshelf speakers and he seemed to prefer the Ascend's. We are thinking of going with the CBM-170 se's for front L/R and surrounds, the CMT-340seC for the center and the RythmikLV12R for the sub. I am hoping this will be a good recommendation for him. Based on what people on AVS are saying it should be. Should be ordering it all within the next few weeks.

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Nice choice with the Ascend/Rythmik set up. Just be aware that the 170's are rear ported. So if they are being placed near walls, just give them a little breathing room. If they are going near walls, an option for surrounds would be the HTM-200SE's. They have a pair of 4" woofers with the tweeter in between and are sealed, making wall mounting easy.


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Nice choice with the Ascend/Rythmik set up. Just be aware that the 170's are rear ported. So if they are being placed near walls, just give them a little breathing room. If they are going near walls, an option for surrounds would be the HTM-200SE's. They have a pair of 4" woofers with the tweeter in between and are sealed, making wall mounting easy.

Yeah, I see that they place the port in the back of the 170's. My father in law was going to build some shelves for these, but I warned him to add a few inches on to accommodate for the port. Do you think it is overkill to use the 170's for surrounds? Also how do you like the 170's/ 340 center for HT? My Father-in-law has high expectations and is expecting a system that will rock(his words)biggrin.gif, so I want to make sure I deliver.

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Yeah, I see that they place the port in the back of the 170's. My father in law was going to build some shelves for these, but I warned him to add a few inches on to accommodate for the port. Do you think it is overkill to use the 170's for surrounds? Also how do you like the 170's/ 340 center for HT? My Father-in-law has high expectations and is expecting a system that will rock(his words)biggrin.gif, so I want to make sure I deliver.

I would probably spring for 340s across the front, it will create a more uniform sound with better dynamics. You could go with a different speaker for your surrounds, they don't have to match the fronts.

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I would probably spring for 340s across the front, it will create a more uniform sound with better dynamics. You could go with a different speaker for your surrounds, they don't have to match the fronts.

Hmmm...... I was thinking the same thing, but I am not sure if I will be able to get my father-in-law to go over his $1500 budget. If I go with the 340's all up front, 170's in the back and the HSU VTF1 I will come in under budget. If I swap out the VTF1 for the VTF2 I will be $100 over budget.

So, my next question is if I have to stay under budget do I go with the 170's up front with the larger Rythmik sub or go with the 340's across the front with the smaller HSU VTF1???

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Yeah, I see that they place the port in the back of the 170's. My father in law was going to build some shelves for these, but I warned him to add a few inches on to accommodate for the port. Do you think it is overkill to use the 170's for surrounds? Also how do you like the 170's/ 340 center for HT? My Father-in-law has high expectations and is expecting a system that will rock(his words)biggrin.gif, so I want to make sure I deliver.

Not sure how much the Ascends will rock, specially the 170s. I understand they are very good, I'd dare to say probably clearer and more accurate and just musically better than the HSU. I'm not trying to persuade you otherwise, but just from my experience, the HSU will definitely ROCK. Great dynamics, big soundstage and that "slam" factor is there, so for pure HT, I'd highly recommend HSU at that budget. One caveat, they are better on speaker stands, and placement is key. I think these are less forgiving than Ascends when it come to placement, but if done right, you won't be disappointed.

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Hmmm...... I was thinking the same thing, but I am not sure if I will be able to get my father-in-law to go over his $1500 budget. If I go with the 340's all up front, 170's in the back and the HSU VTF1 I will come in under budget. If I swap out the VTF1 for the VTF2 I will be $100 over budget.

So, my next question is if I have to stay under budget do I go with the 170's up front with the larger Rythmik sub or go with the 340's across the front with the smaller HSU VTF1???

I would go with 340s and the Rythmik, and save your money on the surrounds. A pair of Pioneer BS22 for $100 would be fine for surrounds, or perhaps the Polk OWM3 if you want to wall-mount them.

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Not a bad idea. I will see if he will go for it.

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It's a great idea! I would never skimp on the LCR and the sub to meet a budget... surrounds are less critical and are where you make the trade-off if necessary.

Another option is just to forgo surrounds for the short term to defray the initial cost. Then when budget permits later on, get the CBM-170 SE's &/or HTM-200 SE's for surrounds (and rears, if the size of his room makes then worthwhile). I suspect he'll have a greater appreciation of what his money is buying after living with his initial system for a few months. smile.gif
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UPDATE!! so I showed my Father-in-law all of his options and recommendations and he opted for the Polk RTiA3 series setup. I could not sell him on the Ascends due to the looks of the enclosure. I tried, but he would not budge. For bass management he went with the SVS PB12-NSD! so I think he will be happy. Now I need to start researching setup configuration since I am a bit rusty and have not had to set a new one up in a few years. I am open to any advice even refreshers.

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Nice choice of sub - he'll be pleased with that.

What do you mean by "setup configuration"? Do you mean speaker layout or AVR settings etc?
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Sorry about the confusion. I meant AVR configuration. Working with a yamaha rx-v575

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