Originally Posted by kookehs
Ah alright. I'm considering but on the fence. Need something that will push me over, but what about the Audyssey? How are the speakers that come with it?
I ask because I don't want to store away current setup. Is there a difference between bookshelf speakers and surrounds? Could I purchase the same speakers I have now, with a center, and a receiver? Or would that not even compare to the quality of the Denon?
The Boston midrange and treble will be on a higher level than the Dayton speakers.
For the most part - to buy a receiver will cost about the same as this package >>
and you get a complete system with this package. >> Boston is one of the better
speaker companies out there.
While most people enjoy or need Audyssey - I do not use it, and have no desire for
it. - however, I am in the minority on this. There is only so much that can be done
with your budget - a bigger budget, can gain you more options.
This receiver will have Audyssey - Denon 1613
Pioneer bookshelf speaker here - $49 after rebate - buy 2 pair and use one as a
Use the Dayton as surrounds or donate the Dayton speakers to Goodwill. Also the word
is, that the current Dayton speakers are lesser quality than the older ones.
Your call.Edited by zieglj01 - 12/10/13 at 11:45pm