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JordanRice

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Whats up guys and gals, haven't been on in a while, but now I'm back and ready to get working on my condo!

Its a pre war building, with Cement Walls and I'm the end apartment, so I'm not worried about noise. I'll probably put an area rug in the living room with some mass loaded vinyl underneath just for added protection. My TOTAL Budget is about 6k. Here's what I'm looking at so far.

Samsung LN-52A650 TV (I'm pretty much dead set on this).

Onkyo TX-NR905 Receiver

Mirage Omnisat V2 FS Towers (pair)

Omnisat V2 CC

Omnisat V2 Omnipolar pair

SVS PB12-NSD sub

Oh and since the wall that its going to be hung from is SOLID cement, I'm going to use this to mount the TV and house my Center channel and av components:

Bello FP-4855 - Audio Video Table with Universal Flat Panel Mount

Questions for your consideration???

Is the 905 too much for this project, or is the 875 a better choice for me. I really want the Reon video processing chip, so this is why I'm going Onkyo over Denon.

I like the sound of Mirage PLUS in getting the okay from the Misses ;) she likes the way they look as well. Any other "modern" looking speakers in the same price range as Mirage that I should consider?

Oh and feel free to give whatever advice hits you!

I'm about a month away from making the purchase so thanks in advance!
 

David-Wright

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I like that TV stand. I am sure either receiver will fill your room.

Of course for you budget I would go with a projector.
 

JordanRice

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Really??? A projector??? I thought you had to have a PITCH black room? This set up is gonna be in my living room w/ 2 windows.
 

Kevin Stewart

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You don't need pitch black for a projector, but it is advisable to have light control. If you're sitting any further than 6.5' back, I'd definitely go bigger than 52", however. With a 52" TV, if you're sitting further than 6.5', you won't get the full benefit of 1080p. If you're sitting further than 9', you won't see any benefit at all.
 

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