Originally Posted by Vinodvulise
As I said I am a newbie..is chane a quality sound speakers ..do they come in book shelf and are there any offers now on those system. Do I need yo buy separate dolby atmos speakers for the dolby experience? And I have been seeing this IMAX feature does it have any impact on sound quality. Thank you!
You have an EXCELLENT retailer near you in World Wide Stereo so before branching out to hard/expensive to return options for your very first 5.1 system, start there and let your ears decide, not "some guy on the internet."
Klipsch RP are a solid choice but the new JBL Stage speakers would likely work just as well for your needs at a lower cost allowing you to get a better subwoofer which, along with the center, is the most important speaker in a 5.1 system.
A pair of Stage 130s with 5.25" main drivers are for the fronts, a pair of Stage 120s for the rear, add in the dual 5.25" Stage A125c center and you are now at $595 with speakers you can physically return within 60 days for free if not happy.
Add in the SVS Pb12 NSD, (unless the cabinet is too large), for $500 direct from SVS (with free returns if not happy) and you are at $1095.
With the very nice Denon 2500 you are at $1424.
Zero financial risk for you and if not happy with one piece of the pie simply tell us what you did not like and move on from there as WorldWideStereo will continue to have attractively priced options throughout the holiday season BUT get the SVS sub right away, (free returns), as they go FAST as they are only offered once or twice per year as loss leaders.
Here it is compared to the PB1000 from SVS which is always at $500.
300watts =15w19h20d= 46 lbs 10" [18hz] $499 SVS PB1000, (extension from Sound & Vision Review)
400watts =17w21hx22d= 66 lbs 12" [19hz] $500 SVS PB12 NSD, (extension from Sound & Vision Review)