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pogoattack

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Hello everyone this is my first post on the forum, and I have a decision to make and I need some help! I have a Samsung HL67A750 tv and i have been looking at some home theater setups and Im stuck making a decision. I watch alot of movies and play Xbox 360, Wii, and PS3, and i just feel its time to get some more sound. I have a few that i am looking at and just cant decide what to get, they are: Onkyo HT-S6200, Onkyo HT-S7200, or the Denon DHT-590BA. I have room for a 7.1 setup i just dont want tons of wires running all over the place. Ive never setup a system before but im not a total newbie when it comes to electronics. I just want something that sounds great and has HDMI hookups for my cable box and my game systems. Can someone kinda point me in the right direction in choosing the right setup? Thank you!!

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The Denon is $501 at Amazon, the 6200 is $594 and the 7200 is $799.

Speakers and connections are always the weak point in these systems. the Denon only has 2 hdmi inputs, the 6200/7200 have 4. It looks like the 6200 has slighty better speakers and the Onkyo sub is quite a bit bigger than the Denon (but bigger isn't always better) and the 7200 has DCDi video up-conversion but unless you need that I'd get the 6200.
 

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Originally Posted by gene c ">[/url]

The Denon is $501 at Amazon, the 6200 is $594 and the 7200 is $799.

Speakers and connections are always the weak point in these systems. the Denon only has 2 hdmi inputs, the 6200/7200 have 4. It [i]looks [/i]like the 6200 has slighty better speakers and the Onkyo sub is quite a bit bigger than the Denon (but bigger isn't always better) and the 7200 has DCDi video up-conversion but unless you need that I'd get the 6200.
 

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