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Sufficient heft of 5.1 system?

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Mounting TV and installing 5.1 system in "new to me" house. The room is 11.5 x 22 ft.

The following have been proposed by an installer for my project. Bear in mind that I will be using a Denon AVR-1910 as the source. And he will be mounting, running wires and cables and installing a Furman power conditioner/ protector and a Tripp Lite surge protector.

http://www.pinnaclespeakers.com/S-FIT_SOUNDBAR.html $399

http://www.pinnaclespeakers.com/subcompact8.html $349

http://www.definitivetech.com/products/promonitor-800 $250 pair



For this price range what are your thoughts?

Will this give enough oomph? How will it handle playing music? Honorably?


What is the use for Cat6 wire?

Thanks
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Depends on how badly you want aesthetics/footprint over performance for $. That's a very small sub for a large room (and it's overpriced). The specs on the soundbar aren't very impressive; there's only so much sound you can get from 3 inch drivers....even the surround speakers appear to be more capable.

You going to have bare floors as it appears? That won't help.

Why do you want a power conditioner? Might want to read this thread http://www.avsforum.com/t/1258060/are-power-conditioners-worth-it.
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