Hello! Haven't posted here before, but this forum was very helpful in selecting my receiver (Onkyo 608). So, I'm getting married in August, and I'm trying to cut costs wherever I can since I exceeded my budget on the venue. One of my groomsmen is willing to take the job of DJ for me. I'm also trying to avoid renting equipment if possible, though if it's reasonable enough I'll probably just do that. But even then, I'd rather put money towards something I can KEEP and have a use for beyond the wedding. I own a pair of Polk Audio Monitor 70's (thanks to alcohol + newegg + credit card), and I figured I could use those. Since I didn't want to dismantle my whole home theater, I was going to buy a 2 channel receiver for this purpose, and then after the wedding I have something I can use for music in a different room (provided I buy a couple more speakers). I was looking at the HK 3390, seems people here like it and the price is reasonable. So, does laptop->HK3390->monitor 70 sound realistic for a wedding? Has anyone done this before? Will there be a good way to hook up a mic?
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2/4/12 at 10:21am