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Discussion in 'Beginners, General Questions' started by Rex.G, Jul 14, 2005.

  1. Rex.G

    Rex.G Stunt Coordinator

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    I wasn’t sure where to post this; I hope I made the correct choice.

    I found this article on Yahoo. I found that it does a fair job of explaining HT for a newbie. However after reading it, I couldn't help but feel like it was setting people up for mediocrity.

    Maybe American consumers are glad to except mediocrity.

    What are your thoughts?
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  2. Marc LaPalme

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    i would say thats within context of an average soon to be newcomer to the home theater world.

    i seen a medium in that text of about 1000-1500 for a first purchase of a dedicated hometheater.

    it outlined the basics. what the buyer should be looking for in order to make a long term investment worthwhile. And urged the reader to sit, listen and judge yourself. not the be biased towards a certain type of speaker.

    not bad.
     
  3. KeithMoechnig

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    It's not top-of-the-line taught-me-what-to-buy, but it will help. I think they should put that article in stores that sell simple junk-in-a-box. It would really help the employees that are clueless and clueless people that thibk the more watts= the better.
     

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