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#1 of 6 Itssimplymine

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Posted December 16 2008 - 10:36 AM

I had searched for weeks and have not found a system that suits my needs. I have a HDTV and a PS3 plus digital cable and would like to incorporate it all in one. Plus soon will buy a new PC and would like to use the surround if possible by bluetooth. I would like a system that has many features to have surround for all TV programs and gaming. USB maybe for music or for the PC. Also I would like a system to include speakers and if not have the receiver plus separate speakers to not exceed $600.00. Not to picky with color but black would be nice. I really cant find a good system that has the options i want.Posted Image

#2 of 6 David Willow

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Posted December 16 2008 - 02:47 PM

Don't want much do you Posted Image

For less than $600, you are likely to find all the features you seek. Check out the Onkyo HT-S7100. It has many of the features you want and the price is within your budget.

#3 of 6 bpickell

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Posted December 17 2008 - 01:53 AM

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Don't want much do you Posted Image

For less than $600, you are likely to find all the features you seek. Check out the Onkyo HT-S7100. It has many of the features you want and the price is within your budget.

Well not exactly, If that comes with the TX-SR606 receiver It's not going to have USB and it is not compatible with an input from a PC or at least that is what my manual said don't know if it is true or not I haven't tried.

Also that system doesn't have Blue-tooth which he wanted (good luck finding that for your price range)

#4 of 6 Jeff Gatie

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Posted December 17 2008 - 02:20 AM

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Originally Posted by bpickell
Well not exactly, If that comes with the TX-SR606 receiver It's not going to have USB and it is not compatible with an input from a PC or at least that is what my manual said don't know if it is true or not I haven't tried.

Also that system doesn't have Blue-tooth which he wanted (good luck finding that for your price range)

Correct. He's not going to find anything in that price range that has USB and/or Bluetooth. I'm pretty sure David's post:

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For less than $600, you are likely to find all the features you seek.

contained a typo, and he really meant to say

Quote:
For less than $600, you are not likely to find all the features you seek.


#5 of 6 Joseph DeMartino

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Posted December 17 2008 - 02:28 AM

Exactly right, Jeff. Hence the next line:

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It has many of the features you want and the price is within your budget. (emphasis added)


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#6 of 6 David Willow

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Posted December 17 2008 - 03:50 AM

Amazing what one missed word can do to a sentence Posted Image

Yes, I meant to say it is NOT likely you will find all that you want with a $600 HTiB. For $600, the Onkyo is probably the best you can do. Thanks for correcting me.


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