Right now I have a 3.1 system with a Yamaha 3900, Aperion 632 LR for fronts, and a HSU STF-2 for sub. I used to have some old Polk R10's for surrounds but I got rid of them. I recently acquired a SACD player, so I want to go back to a 5.1 system. I am looking for some good inexpensive surrounds to match up. How would the DV62's fare in this system?
I found a set of speakers from another brand that is cheap and have a high likelyhood to match the sonic character of your Aperion fronts, not only that, it's wood finish is in the ballpark so it won't look too much different:
$100 - Pure Acoustics DREAMTOWERSC Rear Surround Speakers. Carbon Fiber woofers, Silk Dome Tweeters.
On a side note. What is the size of your room? The Pure Acoustics surrounds WILL need to operate somewhat NEAR your seated area and will need to go in a small room. A crossover of 120Hz will need to be applied to these and they will need to be tuned via a decent auto-calibration receiver. Don't expect great bass performance from these tiny speakers. Overall, after auto-calibration these should have a decent shot at matching the character of your Aperions. There are no guarantees but I bet in a small room, mounted near your listening position, these will work.