help me to chose quality stuff..
Well i want to have good quality setup, i got the z2300, but i'm sure that good studio speakers and a home theater sub with a good receiver would rape the z2300..
So, i dont know if i would be better to buy a receiver first, then add speaker, then add a subwoofer or take a "bundle" and a receiver.. I'm not sure if i want a 2.1,5.1,7.2,9.2.. because im all about music... but in a stereo receiver you cannot plug a subwoofer?
I want to know what would be the best quality possible like 500$ the speakers, subwoofer 500-1000$ (i want a kick azz one) and a good receiver 700-1300$, buying one pieces at the time..
i was thinking buying this kit, is it a good one?
or buying these
and adding this sub
For you high end mids.
Amp + mixer OR a powered mixer
and one of the above subs
I'm not sure what pricing you can get right now in Canada, but the Yamaha RX-Z7 is a really good receiver.
It's $1400 here in the States from Newegg (with the promo code).
You can also look at the Denon 4310:
$1300 on Amazon.
Both very good receivers.
If you want a kick ass sub within your price range, look no further.
There's like basically no specs on that sub other than telling you it's 18" with 700RMS.
System Type: 18-inch Sub, bass-reflex
Frequency Response: 29 Hz - 265 Hz (-10DB)
35 Hz - 150 Hz (-3 dB)
Coverage Pattern: omni
Crossover: Low Pass
Crossover Frequency: 150 Hz
Power: Full Range 800w continuous /1600w program /3200w peak
Recommended Amplifier Power: 1200 - 2400w
Sensitivity (1w @ 1m): 98dB
Maximum SPL: 127dB
LF Driver: 18-inch woofer
Nominal Impedance Full Range: 8 ohms
Enclosure: 18mm Multi-Ply Hardwood
Suspension/Mounting: Top: 1-3/8-inch Pole Mount Cup
Finish: Black DuraTuff™
Transport: 2 Recessed Handles
Grill:Black Powder-Coated Steel
Connectors: Two NL-4 Neutrik Speakons, Two Â¼ TS phone jacks
Dimensions: 600mm (23.5") high, 505mm (19.75") wide, 580mm (22.75") deep
Net Weight: 58 lbs
YAMAHA RX-Z7BL 2400$ ouch..
i was looking at those
and for the subwoofers
i still dont know what speakers to take, maybe klipsh one, and go gradually like 2.1 then 5.1 then 7.2..
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