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    Mar 2016

    How to build a decent home theater?

    Hello everyone:0)
    So let me tell you the only reason I know some brands and ideas it's because of this website so thank you
    This is my setup hardly no budget so it's taking me 10 years to build it..
    Denon avr3803
    I have a 3000watts powered speaker as center for karaoke nights.. I do have a center in the closet somewhere Boston acoustic cr2
    Boston vr960 front
    Sorround A Boston acoustic cr9
    Sorround B Polk audio rti38
    7.1 Sorround klipsh rs3
    And two Sony sa-wm500 subs
    Last 1 Defenetive technology 10 " 700 watts sub.. What does everyone think of this.. Good no good what seems right or wrong thank you much for your opinions and advice..

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    I put the Gee in Gear.... thekid's Avatar
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    May 2005
    VB VA
    Welcome to AR!

    That is a good start and probably works well for a HT set-up.
    Keep learning about the hobby so that you know what to look for and what to avoid so that if an opportunity to upgrade your equipment comes along you can take advantage of it. I have built all of my systems on a a budget and you would be surprised what can be found on Craigslist or at local thrifts.

    Good luck!
    Last edited by thekid; 03-12-2016 at 06:20 AM.
    NAD D3020
    Denon 2910
    Denon DMD 1000
    MSB Link DAC III
    Von Schweikert VR2
    NAD 7240PE
    NAD 5240
    Hughes AK 100
    Tascam 122
    Technics SL 1700
    Rogers BBC Monitors LS3/6

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    Mar 2002
    St. Louis, MO, USA
    The Denon is a good receiver, especially the 38nn series, although it's a bit behind on the latest surround technology.

    It sounds like for what you use it for the system is pretty good. It is best for surround sound to have all your speakers match in timbre. At least the odd brands are for rear. The Klipsch would be first to go, nothing to do with quality, it's just they would sound the most different. If your center is powered, I assume you are using the center preamp outs of your receiver?

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