Needing help heh.

Discussion in 'Playback Devices' started by Korey McAlpin, Apr 6, 2004.

  1. Korey McAlpin

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    I havent posted here in a looooong time. I moved from Austin to the plano area recently. Some of you might remember me and my deal with my house getting flooded and rebuilt. Well since that time span of it getting rebuilt I lost touch of hometheater all together I'm starting to get back into, but im way out of the loop of things now.

    Well now I live in a apartment, and was wondering whats a decent setup for the average size apartment room? I found a deal for some infiniti speakers there pretty small speakers (dont have the exact part number) Ill try to find the specs or part numbers for them later on, but what a decent Denon reciever to go with? Im dead set on getting a Denon I dont want the old pioneer I have that hasnt been hooked up in awhile perfect time to start upgrading.

    Anyways any help is greatly appreciated.
    Thanks in advance.
     
  2. Jack Briggs

    Jack Briggs Executive Producer

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    Welcome back, Korey.

    But please note that the Basics area is not the place for this sort of question; it's for general discussion at the beginner level (check out the big disclaimer in red at the top of the Basics thread-listings).

    Since you're asking about putting together an entire system, A/V Sources is about the best "fit" for your post.

    Best of luck.
     
  3. Korey McAlpin

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    DOH!!!! Sorry about that, and thanks for moving it.
     
  4. Korey McAlpin

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    Anyone?
     
  5. ChrisYK

    ChrisYK Stunt Coordinator

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    I don't know if the Infinity set you saw was the TSS-750, but it has gotten rave reviews and would be a good fit in your apartment. I've seen them going for as low as $450 for the set on eBay.

    Check out the Rocket ELT or Tyke sets at AV123.com... they seem to get very good reviews here and in publications.
     
  6. Korey McAlpin

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    Thanks for the suggestion. Im really looking into those they look familiar to the ones I was thinking of.
     

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