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Hi, I am posting this thread here in hopes of getting a few good suggestions on my speaker upgrade.


I have a Sound Blaster ZXR and would like to pair it with an excellent set of 5.1 speakers (have Z-680s now, but am interested in upgrading).



From my reading so far I can see that I'm likely to have to get a more home-theater oriented pair of speakers along with a receiver, such as the Energy Take Classics 5.1 with an undetermined receiver.


I need a receiver with optical inputs as well as HDMI, and the latest Dolby True HD and DTS decoding capabilities....



Any suggestions for a good speaker + receiver setup for 4-500 total?


Thanks...
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Eh, I think where you posted this in Sound Cards is less relevant than here. Please don't double post. There are always REP-hungry members trolling around in the unanswered areas looking for folks to help thumb.gif

That said. Check out OCN's Most Recommended Audio Products. There is a lot of great info in that thread, and almost all of it is budget-centric.

I bought 2 Infinity Primus P163s for 170 dollars. That leaves you between 200-300 dollars to spend on a receiver. Check your local craigslist and/or ebay. Good luck!
    
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My suggestion is to start with a quality 2.1 setup, then add the center & surrounds later on when budget allows.

What type of setup is this? Desktop or Living room or something else?
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post #4 of 7
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Thanks and I will refrain from double posting in the future. Just wasn't sure whether I'd get different responses. This will be a desktop system but it is also my movie and gaming system so the speakers will be for home theater and I am willing to place the surrounds in their proper locations, etc.


I am kind of seeing the possible benefit of starting with a 2.1 setup and going from there. My question is, though, would it be possible to use two of the satellites and center from my current Logitech Z-680 speaker system as the other three speakers of a 5.1 setup in the meantime? (So basically, get a quality 2.1 system + receiver, and then hook up my Z-680 satellites and center temporarily for 5.1 surround). I get that the sound wouldn't be as good as the 2.1 part, but if it would allow me to keep a 5.1 experience (which I really like for games and movies) I'd be more inclined to take that route.
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You could try to run the speakers off of a conventional receiver, but I wouldn't recommend it myself. If anything I'd recommend keeping the Z680 around for when you "want" 5.1 audio, but stick to a good 2.1.

For speakers, many folks start out with Infinity, Polk, SVS, Def Tech, or ARX bookshelf speakers. I'd recommend Infinity P153s or P163s or the Polk Monitor series as a first set. I've also heard amazing things about ARX (theaudioinsider.com) and the quality of their planar tweeter. Newegg usually runs a special on polks every so often, and polk has an ebay store as well with refurb products. I'd also recommend looking in the for sale section here on OCN to see if anyone is getting rid of speakers, or post a Want To Buy thread there if you know what you want.

For receiver you can get a 5.1 receiver from Accessories4less.com for under 200, perhaps under 150 depending on what features you want. A decent quality Denon, Yamaha, Onkyo, or Pioneer receiver is usually what folks will choose. Marantz or Harmon Kardon are 2 other brands to check into if you have budget.

For a subwoofer, Polk has one on newegg that again gets marked down fairly often. Another choice for some thump is a Dayton subwoofer (parts-express.com). I cannot comment on the quality of either as I personally use a Jamo subwoofer I got awhile back. I prefer sealed subwoofers as I want tight & accurate sound.

For Subwoofers I'd recommend checking out this thread on avsforum.com dedicated to budget subwoofers. http://www.avsforum.com/t/1364182/list-of-budget-subwoofers-300-and-less
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For such a tight budget, I really think that the idea of a decent 2.0 or 2.1 setup is the right way to go.

And personally I set up my 5.1 HT originally on the super cheap, mostly with extreme deal watching, and used parts.

I trolled craigslist for while watching for a good deal on a receiver. I nabbed an old Denon with optical and SPDIF inputs (no HDMI though) for $75. Its been amazing, and has blown away most of the entry level receivers that I've heard (although yes, it is missing HDMI). In my mind this is the easiest way to find an awesome deal, because there are tons out there like mine, because so many people are upgrading simply to get HDMI, that they're dumping great quality stuff for cheap. And if your TV has optical out and a few HDMI inputs, you're golden for HD sound still.

For speakers, I spend most of my money on the front channel, as at least for movies, the rears don't get used much at all. So my first set of surround speakers were $10 for the pair (grabbed some mostly random pair off of craigslist), and I'd say that for a start, thats the best way to go, as mostly for home theater, the fact that there is any sound coming from behind you is what you're going for, and not necessarily hearing things like dialog through them (most of the time). So you can afford to save some money here initially. My first pair of fronts were bookshelf speakers from an old Awia boombox thing from the late 90's, then I got a pair of Polk bookshelves, and now I just upgraded to towers, and the bookshelves are now replacing the rear cheapo surrounds.

For new speakers I like checking the polk audio direct ebay store. They sell refurbs with original warranty at great prices. Also check out newegg, as they can have decent deals on things as well. I grabbed my current center (polk audio monitor CS1) for $54 from there in a deal they had, so its worth watching).

And for subwoofers, I actually prefer to stick with the manufacturers that are known for subs and nothing else. I picked up a Velodyne VX11 for $112, but actually went without a sub for a month or two before I could save up enough and find a good deal. In my opinion, there is no easier way to ruin a decent home theater setup than with a lame subwoofer. I am mostly talking about subwoofers that only seem to produce one note of bass and are incredibly boomy. So going with a decent sub in my mind is very important, so just try not to scrape the bottom of the barrel with the sub is all I'm saying.

Good luck with whatever you end up doing man. Real 5.1 setups are fun smile.gif.
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Yes it can be done but you will have to skimp here and there to make it work eg I picked up a pair of Infinity Primus P363 floor spkrs for around $200 + tax at Frys, you can get a decent $300 receiver off Newegg (open box??) or acessories4less as already stated above and combine it with the Logitech 680 as surrounds and sub. The receivers software will adjust all speaker lever levels and since they are 8ohm speakers you should be good. Upgrade components as necessary

I have a 9.1 system comprising the infinity's, Altec lansing AD 995 5.1 THX pc speakers and 2 Floor speakers I picked up at a pawnshop eons ago running thru my AVR. I do need to switch out the sub though for some reason it has started to sound boomy
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