Room Size: I live in a 1 Bdrm Convertible apartment, the room is about 20' x 18'
Room / Situation: It is not sealed, it has a couple open hallways connected to a couple small open rooms, with very small rooms. Honestly, I am renting right now. So I can't really tamper with the room short from well, my belongings within and will anger my neighbors most likely if I cranked this at all, as I doubt the one foot of concrete will do much of anything to silence this stuff!
Goal: Half the reason I want to buy all of this now is because I don't think the woman will let me when I move in! So I want to buy before I start having to "justify" things. *eyeroll* In otherwords, I absolutely intend to buy knowing what I want is most likely completely unsuitable for my current situation, as I don't want to feel the need to upgrade at a later point in time and yes, that poster saying spend this to get this is definitely something I'm looking at, as silly as that sounds! Go big while I -can- is my idea. ( It will take a lot of self control not to anger my neighbors
I plan to purchase a new center and fronts, I was honestly looking at Tekton Pendragons, I have yet to hear anything bad about them short from people glowing that do have them.
My goal here is to purchase high end products that still give me good value and eventually replace all of my audio equipment.
Current speakers: I am using some Energy EF-500 tower speakers I picked up for super cheap a while back and will look to replace down the line as well. That is last on my list though.
I am currently using a the sub from my logitech z5500 and the center channel still as well.. do want to replace these like.. immediately.
This is something I'm progressively upgrading throughout the year to be blunt and not a flat out purchase. No numbers are set in stone for me due to this purpose.
Price points are not set in stone, as long as I can convince myself the difference is worth it based off what I've read.. I don't really know anywhere I can go to listen to these shiny things I want to buy in person, so reviews are mostly all I have to go by.
As much as the glamorous fluff that goes into describing some of the things in the reviews, this is what sells for a newbie like myself. Though I do trust that these are all from credible sources, not from the pages of the sellers, but places like here, such as yourselves, and I do not expect to regret my decisions.