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Not sure where this figure came in, but this sort of thing is VERY subjective. I would argue you can achieve "good sound" for less than that.Pat
I just bought a new Harmony 700 and my 2113CI is supported right away.Pat
Too bad you can't get the Polks in CA. I didn't know that.
I have a hum in my 2 channel cheapie amp in my HT zone 2 amp. I'm going to try this instead as the zone 2 amp and maybe use an iPod dock/cable to give it the option of using a different source as well as the same as the need arises. Thanks, Pat
Hello, After having recently replaced the Marantz SR-8400 receiver in my living room, I am trying to figure out what to do with it. I hate to just store it or get rid of it because it is awesome sounding, it just didn't have the HDMI and features I want now. I have a thought of using it as an amp only in my HT if that would work. The SR-8400 has pre-ins and the receiver in the theater has pre-outs. Would it work to connect the Yamaha RX-V661 pre-outs to the Marantz...
$200 will get you a pair of these http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16882290207 Much better as a 2.0 system than the monitor 40's. The 40's are great speakers but if you are looking for as much sound as possible, get the towers. I would also consider looking at some used "old school" towers from the likes of MTX, Sherwood, Kenwood, etc. Those had 10, 12, or 15 inch woofers and can probably be had for a song on Craigslist or ebay.Pat
These are better than the R50's and on sale for $99 each right now. http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16882290207 I know because I own and use both in two different systems in my home. The Monitor 60's are larger and have three midbass drivers instead of two. Panny speakers should not exist, they should stick to TV's and DVD players. Pat
It looks like the airport express would function sort of as a bridge. given it has a LAN out. I am not certain if it allows wireless in and wired out or not. Great question, hopefully someone can confirm or refute that. Pat
I'd recommend getting a network to power line type adapter to connect to the receiver. http://www.amazon.com/b?ie=UTF8&node=1194444Pat
This receiver set my not large speakers to large and the crossover at 40Hz so I bet that is indeed your problem.Pat
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