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Hi everyone,
I am thinking about getting a Mirage HTS which consist of OMD-15 for the front with OMD-C1 for center chanell along with OMD-5 for the surrounds. Any recommendation and what subs would go nicely with that. Living room and kitchen is about 20 x 22 1/2 for measurement sake. Thanks everyone.
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Hi everyone,
I am thinking about getting a Mirage HTS which consist of OMD-15 for the front with OMD-C1 for center chanell along with OMD-5 for the surrounds. Any recommendation and what subs would go nicely with that. Living room and kitchen is about 20 x 22 1/2 for measurement sake. Thanks everyone.
It depends on your budget. If you are looking for entry-mid-level this comparison may help with Denon, Yamaha, Harmon Kardon and even Onkyo. http://thecreativealternative.com/best-home-theater-receiver-guide/ I see some Onkyo bashing lately here though, maybe rightfully so though. Mine is running fine after 2 years, but we'll see.
Your speakers are the most important part however, and yours sound amazing in my listening tests at Audio Video Today in Huntington Beach.
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It depends on your budget. If you are looking for entry-mid-level this comparison may help with Denon, Yamaha, Harmon Kardon and even Onkyo. http://thecreativealternative.com/best-home-theater-receiver-guide/ I see some Onkyo bashing lately here though, maybe rightfully so though. Mine is running fine after 2 years, but we'll see.
Your speakers are the most important part however, and yours sound amazing in my listening tests at Audio Video Today in Huntington Beach.

Thanks for the reply. I am willing to spend up to $1,000-$1,200 if needed. I want the ability to stream music from my iPhone. Control the receiver from my iPhone. Want good and clean quality sound driving my mirage setup.
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