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Home Theater Speakers 5.1 configuration

Hi,

I am a newbie like all newbie searched lot of forums and tricked down by a selection of speakers. I Will be installing them in an open unfinished basement. I have a question do these make a good choice. I intended not to cross more than 1500.

So far I have nailed down the following speakers and receiver.

Speakers:
1. Paradigm floorstanding monitor-se-6000f
2. Paradigm center monitor-se-2000c
3. klipsch rp-402s-surround-sound-speaker

Receiver:
Denon -- avrs950h (intended to add atmos later time)

Can you help me if the above speaker selection is a good choice, but including Klipsch crossing the budget.

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Also forgot to add choosing between..

paradigm rear surround 1 vs Klipsch rp-402s.

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Also forgot to add choosing between..

paradigm rear surround 1 vs Klipsch rp-402s.

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No need for a speaker like the RP402 if you are considering Atmos down the road.

Monitor SE bookshelf speakers would work just fine.
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Hi,

I am a newbie like all newbie searched lot of forums and tricked down by a selection of speakers. I Will be installing them in an open unfinished basement. I have a question do these make a good choice. I intended not to cross more than 1500.

So far I have nailed down the following speakers and receiver.

Speakers:
1. Paradigm floorstanding monitor-se-6000f
2. Paradigm center monitor-se-2000c
3. klipsch rp-402s-surround-sound-speaker

Receiver:
Denon -- avrs950h (intended to add atmos later time)

Can you help me if the above speaker selection is a good choice, but including Klipsch crossing the budget.

Thank you,
Vijay
If this is mainly for movies, I'd opt for the Monitor se bookshelf speakers and invest in a good subwoofer. That AVR will do the trick if you're limited on options. Go as cheap as possible on surrounds.
There could be other options depending on where you're located?
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No need for a speaker like the RP402 if you are considering Atmos down the road.

Monitor SE bookshelf speakers would work just fine.
I eliminated those SE as they don't have a hook to hang on walls, I guess I need to rethink my selection.
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If this is mainly for movies, I'd opt for the Monitor se bookshelf speakers and invest in a good subwoofer. That AVR will do the trick if you're limited on options. Go as cheap as possible on surrounds.
There could be other options depending on where you're located?
Do you have any suggestions for good low end surrounds?
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Do you have any suggestions for good low end surrounds?
Surrounds mostly provide background music and ambient sounds so the used market would be worth a look. You can get a pair of older speakers for $30-40 for surround duty. The money would be better spent on a good sub.

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Surrounds mostly provide background music and ambient sounds so the used market would be worth a look. You can get a pair of older speakers for $30-40 for surround duty. The money would be better spent on a good sub.
Thank you now will search for those.
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Thank you now will search for those.
These would be great surrounds at very good price.
https://www.ebay.com/itm/2-Pack-6-5-...oAAOSwh0ldcRTR
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Thank you now will search for those.
First off, where are you located?

~ Are you a "geek hobbyist" obsessed with squeezing out that last 5-10% improvement? The economy will thank you...especially the Chinese one. Or are you more of a get-set-and-forget "casual user" who simply wants to increase your enjoyment of movies, TV and gaming? Relax, HT isn't rocket science, nor does it have to cost an arm and a leg---especially if you ignore the aforementioned vocal minority. And remember to smile...it's just a silly hobby, after all. :)
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Here is update from suggestions removed klipsch

Intended: Game/Movie watching -- Budget ($3500)

Speakers:
1. Paradigm floorstanding monitor-se-6000f
2. Paradigm center monitor-se-2000c
3. Paradigm se atom / dcm atx
4. SVS PB-1000

Receiver:
Denon -- avrs950h (intended to add atmos later time)

Projector:
Benq TK800m

Screen:
STR-169100 Silver Ticket 100 or 120

Is SVS PB-1000 a good choice?

and do we need a panamax kind surge projector or their any alternatives
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Here is update from suggestions removed klipsch

Intended: Game/Movie watching -- Budget ($3500)

Speakers:
1. Paradigm floorstanding monitor-se-6000f
2. Paradigm center monitor-se-2000c
3. Paradigm se atom / dcm atx
4. SVS PB-1000

Receiver:
Denon -- avrs950h (intended to add atmos later time)

Projector:
Benq TK800m

Screen:
STR-169100 Silver Ticket 100 or 120

Is SVS PB-1000 a good choice?

and do we need a panamax kind surge projector or their any alternatives
An inexpensive surge protection power strip isn't a bad idea; no need to pay a lot for it.

If outside the US the PB1000 is a good choice, if in the US their are more musical choices but the SVS is a solid home theater choice.

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First off, where are you located?
My bad, I am located in US
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My bad, I am located in US
In that case just order an HSU Hybrid 2 package and call it a day. You'll be way under budget.
http://www.hsuresearch.com/products/hybrid2mk5pkg.html
For the AVR I'd go with the Denon X3500. You get Denon's best room correction in Audyssey XT32, dual sub eq, pre-outs for an external amp and a pretty decent power supply.
https://www.crutchfield.com/p_033AVX...VR-X3500H.html
You can always add a 2nd sub later.

If you're dead set on towers, Chane A5.4 & A2.4 would make an awesome front 3. Stick with the HSU sub.
https://www.chanemusiccinema.com/ind...product_id=242
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Then you have a world of options offering much better bang for your buck than Paradigm. I'd look into:

Ascend
Chane
Emotiva
Hsu
HTD
RSL
JBL

All of those are internet-direct (JBL is both ID and retail) giving you 30 day in-home trial periods; HTD, RSL, and JBL even offer free return shipping.

There is no substitute for an in-home audition; listening in a shop is a highly iffy way to go unless the shop has a decent return policy.

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Thank you, will look at chane,hsu.

Should I stick with dcm atx for surround. Or choose from chane or hsu.
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Browsing through the options, looks like HTD level 3 speakers is that a good choice.
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Browsing through the options, looks like HTD level 3 speakers is that a good choice.
People have usually liked them; free return shipping means no risk to try.

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Subwoofers that are at least as good as the PB1000.

300watts =15w19h20d= 46 lbs 10" [18hz] $499 SVS PB1000, (extension from Sound & Vision Review)

500watts =15w19h20d= 72 lbs 10" [20hz] $500 MONOPRICE MONOLITH THX 10"

300watts =16w22h21d= 69 lbs* 12" [19hz] $569 RHYTHMIK LV12F

350watts =15w21h22d= 62 lbs 12" [18hz] $607 HSU VTF2 MK5, (extension from Audioholics review)
* = shipping weight
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Thank you was thinking with all of your suggestions, can you guys let me know of surround speaker selection

L-C-R:
HTD Level THREE Tower Speakers --$ 899
Level THREE Center Channel Speaker --$ 229

Surround:
Level THREE Surround Speakers -- $429 or
Fluance Signature Series Hi-Fi Bipolar Surround Sound Wide Dispersion Speakers for Home Theater --$249

Subwoofers:
HSU VTF2 MK5 -- $607

Receiver:
AVRS950H --$499

Total -- 2663 (level 3 surround)
Total -- 2483 (fluance surround)

Benq TK800m -- 1120
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Thank you was thinking with all of your suggestions, can you guys let me know of surround speaker selection

Surround:
Level THREE Surround Speakers -- $429 or
Fluance Signature Series Hi-Fi Bipolar Surround Sound Wide Dispersion Speakers for Home Theater --$249

Total -- 2663 (level 3 surround)
Total -- 2483 (fluance surround)

Benq TK800m -- 1120
Do you want Bipolar surrounds, and not monopole (bookshelf) surrounds .... if you want Bi-polar and save some money, then a lot of people seem to be happy with Fluance Bi-polar speakers

If you want monopole, then the Level Two can work for you
https://www.htd.com/Level-TWO-Bookshelf-Speakers
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If i switch the L-C-R with

Paradigm Monitor 6000 F -- 748.50
Paradigm Monitor 2000c -- 164.25

I can save another 216 but dont know that will be a good choice
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Thank you was thinking with all of your suggestions, can you guys let me know of surround speaker selection

L-C-R:
HTD Level THREE Tower Speakers --$ 899
Level THREE Center Channel Speaker --$ 229

Surround:
Level THREE Surround Speakers -- $429 or
Fluance Signature Series Hi-Fi Bipolar Surround Sound Wide Dispersion Speakers for Home Theater --$249

Subwoofers:
HSU VTF2 MK5 -- $607

Receiver:
AVRS950H --$499

Total -- 2663 (level 3 surround)
Total -- 2483 (fluance surround)

Benq TK800m -- 1120
The Denon 2500 is cheaper than the 950h at Crutchfield and has more features, a bit more power and better EQ.

https://www.crutchfield.com/p_033AVX...VR-X2500H.html
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If i switch the L-C-R with

Paradigm Monitor 6000 F -- 748.50
Paradigm Monitor 2000c -- 164.25

I can save another 216 but dont know that will be a good choice
It's the Paradigm center I'd be most concerned about...if you have a good return policy than ok why not. Otherwise I wouldn't take any chances...the center does 70-80% of the output.

What % of your usage will be music? If it's mostly HT/TV you do NOT need towers, just get some bookshelf speakers for the L/R, dual woofer ones if you want extra headroom...Chane A2.4 or Ascend 340SE for example. That way you will have enough money for a solid center and a robust subwoofer. The only reason to buy towers is if you have a strong VISUAL preference for them, in which case I'd go cheap with them but get the best center speaker you can afford, even if it's not from the same brand.

If you have to have towers, just get the Polk S50, about $230 apiece from Amazon.

Don't get suckered into buying towers just because they're big and you assume that means they'll be a lot better...that's like buying an SUV even though you're just a single-person commuter and have no kids or extra cargo needs.
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Thank you, I called Paradigm they said they have 30 day return policy - shipping. I will also order chaneA2.4 and compare.
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The Denon 2500 is cheaper than the 950h at Crutchfield and has more features, a bit more power and better EQ.

https://www.crutchfield.com/p_033AVX...VR-X2500H.html

Looks awesome.
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Looks awesome.
If you ever think you might want to add an outboard amp(s) then consider the $50 more expensive 3500 which has more features and power than even the 2500 AND even better EQ.

One very nice feature is that the 3500 lets you play digital sources in Zone 2 for example, (ie. outdoor speakers).

Amazon price.

https://www.amazon.com/Denon-AVR-X35...32607022&psc=1

But Crutchfield does a nicer job showing the features and allows you to compare to the other Denons we're discussing. They'd match the Amazon price.

https://www.crutchfield.com/S-mBsl6q...AaAvqEEALw_wcB

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Will compare those and if they can price match can order it.
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Regarding the surge protector and power conditioner. Do I need a power conditioner? Can I use the tripplite surge protector ($33 one). Any recommendations here.
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Regarding the surge protector and power conditioner. Do I need a power conditioner? Can I use the tripplite surge protector ($33 one). Any recommendations here.
Don't need a power conditioner. That surge protector is fine. Also, I agree that the x3500h is a worthwhile upgrade.
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