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Is this good for the room size (11'x11') & money ($300)..

I'm looking for spend no more than $300 for a reciever w/ speakers and i've run across this kenwood one. i believe its exceptional for the money, but i wanted other opinions.. so here are the specs...


» Front Power---------------------- 200 Watts

» Center Power-------------------- 100 Watts

» Surround Power----------------- 200 Watts

» Subwoofer Power--------------- 100 Watts

» Bandwidth @ Rated Power --- 40Hz - 20kHz

» THD @ Rated Power ------------ 0.7%

» Dolby Pro Logic ------------------ NO

» Dolby Pro Logic II --------------- YES

» DTS -------------------------------- YES

» Dolby Digital --------------------- YES

» Digital Optical Inputs ----------- 0

» Digital Coaxial Inputs ---------- 0

» S-Video Inputs ------------------ 0

» Component Video Inputs ----- 4

» Front Speaker Type ------------ 3" Full-Range

» Center Speaker Type ---------- 3'' Full-Range

» Rear Speaker Type ------------- 3'' Full-Range

» Subwoofer Type ---------------- 8'' woofer with ported enclosure

Other Features ---

» One-touch speaker connectors

» Balance control

» 40 AM/FM presets

» Built-in wall-mount brackets for satellite speakers

» Fluorescent display

» 5 DSP modes

» Headphone jack

http://www.kenwoodusa.com/content/pr...um/HTB-205.jpg
 

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I've got what was originally higher-end, but older Kenwood receiver, a VR409 that I bought as part of a package.


While I'm not saying it is amazing, for the money I paid for the whole setup, I am quite happy. Plenty of power and sounds fine to me :) For $300, you really aren't going to get much better. DPLII and DTS are nice features...
 
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