Originally Posted by Myceliumvoice
Main: Kenwood LS-P7300 5 way towers
Sub: DBX SW-15 Plus 15" (huge box) passive sub-woofer with a home made amp
It's nothing special, but i paid 25$ for the whole lot. A lot of people talk down on the kenwoods but they sound great in my living room, especially with the sub. I have some vintage Advent and Paradigm speakers that don't touch the clarity and depth of the LS-P7300's. I recently purchased an yamaha C-60 pre-amp and it pairs very well.
Kenwood made some great stuff back in the day. Most people have either forgotten that or never realized it to begin with, which keeps the prices down. I managed to get a Kenwood KR-5030 receiver the other day for $80 on EBay, whereas a Pioneer or a Marantz of the same vintage would have cost me at least 3 times as much. More Kenwoods for us
(I'll be back to post pictures of the KR-5030 soon in the "Let's See Pics of Your Stereo Setup" thread.)
7.1 Setup: Yamaha RX-V671, Boston Acoustics VR40 (Mains), VR12 (Center), CR8 (Surrounds), CR8 (Rear Surrounds), Mirage Omni S10
Second 7.1 Setup: Yamaha RX-V663/Kenwood KR-5030 (Stereo), Boston Acoustics VR20 (Mains), VR10 (Center), CR6 (Surrounds), CRC (Rear Surrounds), Klipsch Sub12HG
2.1 Setup: Nakamichi RE-2, Boston Acoustics VR40 and Mirage Omni S10 (shared with 7.1), Emotiva XDA-1, and Pioneer, Kenwood, dbx, Luxman, Burwen, and JVC vintage equipment
Last edited by TheNightwisher; 12-12-2015 at 08:24 AM.