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Replacing Phase Tech V-10 system

Current Setup:
Phase Technology V-10 PREMIERE SYSTEM
2 x V-10 (Front) 1 x V-6 (Center) 2 x V-Surround (Rear) 1 x HV-1000 (Subwoofer)
Denon 2312CI
Room 20x12
System is used for loud HT and basic everyday TV watching, not concerned with quality music reproduction.

Well I'm giving in, it's time to adapt the system for WAF. The only WAF problem is the front speakers are floor standing, I need to replace them with in wall or book shelf. The center, sub and surrounds are all OK.

I'm trying to figure out the best route to take. Do I replace all the speakers including the sub or replace just the fronts, center and surrounds, but keep the HV-1000. Or only replace the front V-10's with bookshelf speakers. Or maybe replace the V-10's and center so they match.

Budget is under $2,000 if I replace everything. I haven't determined a budget if I just replace the V-10's.
The main concern is ending up with a system that performs the same or very close to the current configuration.
I'm open to DIY too.


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