Newbie but very willing to learn

Discussion in 'Speakers' started by sdguy55, Nov 13, 2008.

  1. sdguy55

    sdguy55 Auditioning

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    Hello all i am new to home audio but not a stranger to car audio.

    I had just a few questions and was hoping to get some answers. The system i have now is an older Denon reciever powering a Harmon/Kardon box set (its silver/gray) And i have it set up so that all the speakers are right in front of me. The reason being is cause i use the setup to mostly listen to music and not movies. But the setup isnt loud enough for me (go figure)
    My thoughts right now are. I need/want a amplifier. Any ideas on this?
    I am definatly needing another sub the one i have now is a 10" 100w one and it does ok but i just need some more punch.
    If you guys could maybe suggest better speakers or if i should go with some floorstanding ones please fill me in i am here to learn. I just really want a good system for music right now.
    I live in an apartment right now so space is kind of an issue but noise isnt really.
     
  2. steve nn

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    What Denon are you running? Off the top of my head I'm presuming your problem isn't the receiver? Maybe settings coupled with your speakers and sub.
     
  3. SethH

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    What's your budget?
     
  4. sdguy55

    sdguy55 Auditioning

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    Well there isnt really a problem with the system. The Denon receiver is about 10 years old. I got it at a pawn shop. My budget is looking to be around 200 bucks. Which i have been doing a lil research and that is looking to be bottom of the barrel type stuff for home audio...car audio was so much cheaper [​IMG]
     

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