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Home Cinema System with Optical audio input (For PS3)

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8y, 1m agoPosted 8 years, 1 month ago
I am looking for a decent and reasonably priced home cinema sound system that must have optical input so that I can connect my PS3.

The best ones I found so far (thanks for the replies) is the:

LOGITECH Z-5500 5.1 Speaker System @ £179 from Pixmania.com
SONY DAV-DZ260 5.1 Speaker System @ £129 also from Pixmania.com

This would be used for Games/DVD/Blueray and Play TV

I will try and do a comparison on the two units and see what is the best one, so far I think that the Logitech is better as the Sony unit has a dvd player thing that I do not need and would have to find space for it (not having a tv stand)

The Sony unit however comes with a microphone so that it automaticaly adjusts the speakers volumes to direct where the focal point is :)
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8y, 1m agoPosted 8 years, 1 month ago
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Try the Sony DAV-DZ260 - 5.1 ch - DVD Home Cinema its awesome, I have it too, uses it for PS3, and its also cheaper too.
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If you're after separate amp rather than the dvd/amp combo, i've just got a Yamaha RX-V363 amp and Yamaha NSP 110 speakers. £200 from richer sounds but with the bonus that if the amp / dvd player goes wrong, you don't have to shell out for everything all over again and just replace the faulty part.
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marktuck
If you're after separate amp rather than the dvd/amp combo, i've just got a Yamaha RX-V363 amp and Yamaha NSP 110 speakers. £200 from richer sounds but with the bonus that if the amp / dvd player goes wrong, you don't have to shell out for everything all over again and just replace the faulty part.


What you ve said is correct, but am not sure everyone has the know how for all the setup and also, you need to shell out a decent amount to get a Good pair of speakers to complement a seperate amp. not suer the OP has so much cash to spare.
I am a gadget freak myself but unfortunately I do not listen to music so I didnt bother cause I just needed mine for movies and occasional Ps3ing.

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