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None of the above.

Get this one:
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16882290107
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None of the above.
Get this one:
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16882290107

Yes.thumb.gif Or this one. http://www.ebay.com/itm/CS2-BLACK-Center-Channel-Speaker-Polk-Audio-/230598120659?pt=Speakers_Subwoofers&hash=item35b0b814d3 wink.gif
    
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Polk Audio CS2 Series II Center Channel Speaker
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16882290212
Got this for 80 buck

Polk Audio Monitor70 Series II Floorstanding Loudspeaker
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16882290208
Got these for 179 I think
Edited by Juggalo23451 - 11/24/11 at 8:56pm
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My dad talked to my mom about the klipsch speakers, and she didn't agree with spending $450 for a set of speakers. Thats why I went with the polk speakers. After talking to them about the center speaker, she also dont't like the idea of spending $150 for a center speaker. Are center speakers all that necessary? I just linked those center speakers because they were cheap.
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IMO your receiver should certainly cost more than the front main speakers alone, if not around as much or more than all the speakers in the system (less the subs) combined. Forget the wattage ratings for a moment and ask yourself if it is possible for a speaker to remove distortion that an amplifier has produced. The answer is, no, in fact, the better the speaker, the more it will reveal the distortion from the amplifier. Most people
Onkyo seems to make pretty decent stuff, but they are still competing in the crowd that is forced to deceive you with numbers. When you look at Onkyo's specifications listing (on their website) for the unit you have in mind, the specifications have contradictions within them, which, to me is a major red flag that none of the specifications can really be trusted. I believe Onkyo makes reliable functional respectable budget audio gear, however, if you are about to spend a decent chunk of money on a complete HT system, I believe you would be better served to distribute funds for the system differently. We have an Onkyo from a few years ago in a similar price category as the one you are looking at, and I have nothing special to say about it other than it does work. Sound quality is reasonable for low to medium listening levels. It can not play at "theatre" levels with any sense of poise. I can say with confidence that the claimed distortion and power ratings were inaccurately portrayed.
Questions:
Do you intend on a complete 7.2 installation? If so... are you sure that is the best use of funds? Last I heard most content was still being mixed in 5.1 anyway (has this changed?). Also, I would argue that a higher quality 5.0 or 5.1 or 5.2(ish) system will sound better than stretching the budget out across more speakers anyway. The cost of those extra 2 channels could be put towards a better sounding receiver. I'd rather have 5 quality channels than 7 rubbish channels.
What is your total system budget? (speakers/subs/reciever)
Your starting point for a decent receiver should look something like this IMO: http://www.bestbuy.com/site/Marantz+-+Slimline+250W+5.1-Ch.+A/V+Home+Theater+Receiver/2761061.p?id=1218348990151&skuId=2761061&st=2761061&cp=1&lp=1
The KF-28 speakers are an ideal choice if you intend not to include a sub/s in the system as they can carry most of the bass anyone would really desire pretty well for small to medium rooms. They just lack the really low frequency extension. If you intend to use sub/s, then a more balanced approach is to spend less on the front mains, and apply that towards more sub. There's no reason to have big mains and subs all at the same time as there is no way to properly integrate and take advantage of both at the same time without negatively effecting the system performance. What ends up happening is a lot of wasted potential IMO.



As for the receiver, I don't think well ever have a 7.1 system, let alone the 7.2 system. I don't want to go over 350 for the receiver, so is there another you would recomend?
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Juggalo23451 View Post

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SIo_MbycwdA
Polk Audio CS2 Series II Center Channel Speaker
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16882290212
Polk Audio Monitor70 Series II Floorstanding Loudspeaker
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16882290208

I love my Polk Monitor 70's, but the op has a buget.

As for the receiver, I don't think well ever have a 7.1 system, let alone the 7.2 system. I don't want to go over 350 for the receiver, so is there another you would recomend?


For that price, no.thumb.gif
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Originally Posted by Jtvd78 View Post

My dad talked to my mom about the klipsch speakers, and she didn't agree with spending $450 for a set of speakers. Thats why I went with the polk speakers. After talking to them about the center speaker, she also dont't like the idea of spending $150 for a center speaker. Are center speakers all that necessary? I just linked those center speakers because they were cheap.
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Originally Posted by mdocod View Post

IMO your receiver should certainly cost more than the front main speakers alone, if not around as much or more than all the speakers in the system (less the subs) combined. Forget the wattage ratings for a moment and ask yourself if it is possible for a speaker to remove distortion that an amplifier has produced. The answer is, no, in fact, the better the speaker, the more it will reveal the distortion from the amplifier. Most people
Onkyo seems to make pretty decent stuff, but they are still competing in the crowd that is forced to deceive you with numbers. When you look at Onkyo's specifications listing (on their website) for the unit you have in mind, the specifications have contradictions within them, which, to me is a major red flag that none of the specifications can really be trusted. I believe Onkyo makes reliable functional respectable budget audio gear, however, if you are about to spend a decent chunk of money on a complete HT system, I believe you would be better served to distribute funds for the system differently. We have an Onkyo from a few years ago in a similar price category as the one you are looking at, and I have nothing special to say about it other than it does work. Sound quality is reasonable for low to medium listening levels. It can not play at "theatre" levels with any sense of poise. I can say with confidence that the claimed distortion and power ratings were inaccurately portrayed.
Questions:
Do you intend on a complete 7.2 installation? If so... are you sure that is the best use of funds? Last I heard most content was still being mixed in 5.1 anyway (has this changed?). Also, I would argue that a higher quality 5.0 or 5.1 or 5.2(ish) system will sound better than stretching the budget out across more speakers anyway. The cost of those extra 2 channels could be put towards a better sounding receiver. I'd rather have 5 quality channels than 7 rubbish channels.
What is your total system budget? (speakers/subs/reciever)
Your starting point for a decent receiver should look something like this IMO: http://www.bestbuy.com/site/Marantz+-+Slimline+250W+5.1-Ch.+A/V+Home+Theater+Receiver/2761061.p?id=1218348990151&skuId=2761061&st=2761061&cp=1&lp=1
The KF-28 speakers are an ideal choice if you intend not to include a sub/s in the system as they can carry most of the bass anyone would really desire pretty well for small to medium rooms. They just lack the really low frequency extension. If you intend to use sub/s, then a more balanced approach is to spend less on the front mains, and apply that towards more sub. There's no reason to have big mains and subs all at the same time as there is no way to properly integrate and take advantage of both at the same time without negatively effecting the system performance. What ends up happening is a lot of wasted potential IMO.



As for the receiver, I don't think well ever have a 7.1 system, let alone the 7.2 system. I don't want to go over 350 for the receiver, so is there another you would recomend?

The center speaker is the MOST important for movie watching. If you have larger front speakers, you need a larger center to keep up. The CS1 and CS10 are okay, but it'll be very noticeable that its a much weaker speaker. With those Monitor 60's as your fronts (heck, even Monitor 30's), you need the CS2 / CS20 or go home (stick to 2.0).

It's also best to have MATCHING centers and fronts. The CS2 / CS20 are a match with the floor standing Monitor series.

Somebody above linked the black CS2 for $112 buy it now on fleabay. Grab it!
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post #17 of 47
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The center speaker is the MOST important for movie watching.

This ^. Nearly all of a movie's main dialogue will be reproduced using the center channel.
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Then what should I do about the subwoofer? I was expecting to have the klipsch speakers do most of the lows.
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Considering the sale price of the CS1, I'd be tempted to buy 2 of them and stack em, or put them side-by-side if you have room to create a sort of line array center channel.
     
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Then what should I do about the subwoofer? I was expecting to have the klipsch speakers do most of the lows.

If you want a cheap subwoofer, grab a Dayton SUB120 from parts express. It's on sale through today for only $99 (pick out something for $1 and enjoy free shipping). I'd happily pay $200 for that sub again (I bought one back when they were brand new, top dog in that budget).
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