Pioneer SP-BS22-LR Speakers Sale

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  1. pmsmith2032

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    Can anyone tell me if there are any current sales on the Pioneer SP-BS22-LR speakers? I know they are sometimes on sale for around $80 but right now the lowest price I can find is $127. Also, which of the following would be my best option:1. Four SP-BS22-LR, a SP-C22 center and a subwoofer (BIC America F12 subwoofer or a Monoprice 12")2. Two SP-FS52-LR , two SP-BS22-LR and a SP-C22 .3. The Energy Take Classic 5.1 speaker system.4. The Monoprice Premium 5.1-Ch. Home Theater System with Subwoofer -10565.The basement we will be placing the speakers in is "L" shaped and is approximately 12' by 30' in the section we are going to put it in (with a total of approximately 600 total square feet with open doorways into another room approximately another 200 square feet). The ceiling is approximately 7' (drop ceiling). They will be hooked into a Denon AVR-1613 receiver which wiill be connected to a 50" 1080p Panasonic plasma TV (TC-50PS64) and will be connected into DISH (Joey). We will also have a blu-ray player hooked into it and we have a Wii and PS3 that will be hooked into it sometimes. We will be using the receiver mainly for home theater with occasional music (70/30). We are by no means audio/music experts....just want something that sounds good to our untrained ears. Thanks in advance!
     
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    Why does option 2 not have a subwoofer?

    Option 3 and 4 are the same speakers..Do you want cheap sound? Or do you want cheap sound and cheap looks?
     
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    Start with the BIC F12 and work backwards. The Energy Take (and the Monoprice look-a-like) is nice little system but most any bookshelf speaker will out perform them. If you can't find the Pioneer speakers at a decent price consider the Infinity Primus. If you have a Frys near you. Either the Pioneer or the Infinity system, bookshelfs or towers, would be a very nice system for the price.

    http://www.frys.com/ads/page5#AdNavi
     

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