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hi! another speaker question..
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Posted November 07 2012 - 08:51 PM
hi all. been lurking these forums for awhile. lost my house to a fire and am in the process of buying (building) a new surround sound. ive decided to go with a denon 1712 from accessories4less. not really looking for high end stuff, just good quality and good bass. my wife and i like to watch movies and i love listening to music :cool:. im very new to home audio, have only purchased one htib that was lost in the fire. it was an insignia and seemed pretty good, but i dont really have anything to compare it to. i frequently had to turn down action scenes and turn up during dialogue. will these: http://www.accessori...ub-Black/1.html mesh well with the denon 1712? what all do i need to look for when matching speakers to a receiver? im willing to spend another 350 or so on speakers/sub, if i can get a decent set for that price range. any comments/recommendations of other speakers? edit: forgot to add, the system will be going into a small living room, probably 15x15. 5.1 is all im interested in setting up. 7.1 would be overkill/crowded
Posted November 08 2012 - 02:49 AM
Every AVR ever made will work with that speaker set. As long as the 1713 has the features you need, it is fine.
Posted November 08 2012 - 05:57 AM
thanks for your reply. while i realize that any speaker i plug into the receiver will make sound, i thought there were certain "levels" you had to keep in mind when pairing up speaker to receiver. wattage, ohm, etc. thats what i was told for car audio anyway /shrug where as im new to home theatre, the only speakers i have heard are the insignia ones i had. the only subs i know anything about are the jl audios i used to keep in the car. im looking for recommendations of good home audio brands, and a really good sub
Posted November 08 2012 - 08:51 AM
i thought there were certain "levels" you had to keep in mind when pairing up speaker to receiver. wattage, ohm, etc.Ohms - Yes. You can't use 4 ohm speakers on a receiver rated for 8 ohm and higher. Other than that, not really.
thats what i was told for car audio anyway /shrugI'm a member of more car audio forums than I am home audio and only the above applies there as well. You have amps that can drive lower impedances but that's about it.
im looking for recommendations of good home audio brands, and a really good subBrands - It depends on the piece of equipment. I wouldn't own Pioneer speakers but I buy nothing but Pioneer receivers. Speakers, I'm a DIY guy. Same with subs. If you read a little in the recent posts, you will see the sub companies recommended. They also sell some speakers that are good. Only a few speaker companies make really good subs. Check out the receivers section for finding the same information. What we really need is a budget.
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