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I want to start out small with a home theater. I currently have a two year old Toshiba 32" which does not support progressive scan per Toshiba. I've seen some good reviews on Kenwood's HTB-504/504DV. With one kid in college and the other soon to be my budget is limited.

Thru my missus work, we can get a Panny RP91 for $0.00 (incentives, incentives.) So, would I be better going with the Kenwood HTB, buying separately, or wait a few years and hope my Sony VCR can last?

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If I could get the RP91 for free Id take it!!! :)


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LilBro,


The RP-91 will put out interlaced, too.


Reasonable A/V receivers are available for under $300 (Onkyo, JVC, etc).


Inexpensive 5.1 speaker systems are available that are better than come with the HTBs. Check the HTD Web site: http://www.hometheaterdirect.com/


More alternatives are available by searching the AVS forums for "HTB".


I hope this helps a little.
 

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Okay, it looks like I'll snag the Panny RP-91 and a set of Home Theater Direct Level One speakers. As our family is on the lower level of a bi-level and isn't square or very big, I don't want to invest much. Now in a few years when we build my wife house on the hill that will be a different story. Now to a good receiver/amplifier. I just don't think my 24 year old Lafayette 9090 will cut the mustard.;)
 
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