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best surround amp advice please

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i got an xbox 360, original xbox, panasonic bd80 blu-ray player and panasonic v10 tv, after many years ive decieded its time to get a surround amp and speakers ( dont want one with a dvd/blu-ray built… Read More
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6y, 6m agoPosted 6 years, 6 months ago
i got an xbox 360, original xbox, panasonic bd80 blu-ray player and panasonic v10 tv, after many years ive decieded its time to get a surround amp and speakers ( dont want one with a dvd/blu-ray built in ) and one that all my bits can connect to without any hassels, i`ve heard onkyo are the best but would love any advise please
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6y, 6m agoPosted 6 years, 6 months ago
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#1
i'll just pop a post in as i'm in the same boat just want amp with speakers with HDMI ;)
#2
I would say to go into one of the Onkyo amp deal threads for some tips, but you will get a load of crap "jokes", and not much else.

What is your budget?
#3
I have an older Sony amp and it's pretty good, they are usually held in high regard for entry level amps.

Something like

http://www.richersounds.com/product/av-receivers/sony/strdh810/sony-strdh810

and

http://www.richersounds.com/product/speaker-packages/jamo/a102-hcs5/jamo-a102-blk

Is what I would go for, depending on budget obviously.

I have an older version of the Tannoy sfx 5.1 and find them also really good
#4
I have a Denon that I can't fault. Mine is old now (about 10 years) but still provides me with perfect sound. Not sure what the latest Denons support but most will have HDMI's on etc.
banned#5
Got to start with a budget!
#6
Entirely depends on your speakers

Denon or Yamaha AV Receiver paired with some Q Acoustics is a phenomenal buy – it’s what most would recommend for anyone with a budget of under £1000.

I'd go either:

Yamaha 667 (£300) / Q Acoustic 1010i 5.1 (£250-£300) - Total £600

Or:

Yamaha 667 (£300) / Q Acoustic 2000 5.1 (£450-£500) - Total £800

I guarantee that you could not find a better pairing of AV Receiver and Speakers than the above for under £1000.

Edited By: spritey on Jan 11, 2011 16:32: .
#7
Thanks guys interesting :)
#8
thanx, im looking to spend around £500 - £600
suspended#9
I'll have to start saving :(

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