Which one of these setups do I want!?!?

Discussion in 'Playback Devices' started by randy f, Jun 19, 2006.

  1. randy f

    randy f Auditioning

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    I am on a fairly tight budget and have heard good things about Overstock.com. There are a handful of setups on there that interest me but i really dont know to much abou them. I have been doing some reseatch but i thought that were be some knowledable tpeople on here that i could ask as well. So heres my options:

    originaly - $330
    now - $222

    Get the full experience of your DVDs with the JVC TH-C3 home theater system. Delivering up to 810 watts of system output power, it takes DVD viewing to a whole new level.

    Features include:
    5.1-channel Dolby Digital/DTS/Dolby Pro Logic II decoders built-in
    140 watts per channel front power output
    130 watts per channel center/surround power output
    140 watts subwoofer output
    DVD-Audio/Video, DVD-RAM / -RW, DVD-R (Video Format), CD, CD-R/RW, SVCD/VCD, MP3/WMA/JPEG Digital Still (CD-R/RW, DVD-R/RW) format support
    VFP (Video Fine Processor)
    Variable search/slow (forward/reverse)
    Resume function
    Magnetically shielded front/center speakers
    5-disc changer for non-stop audiovisual entertainment
    DVD-Audio/WMA playback
    Digital Direct Progressive Scan output for smooth and high-resolution pictures
    DVD-RAM playback
    Ultra-high performance one-chip AV decoder
    Smart Surround setup version 2.0
    DVD Express Play Start
    192kHz/24-bit audio D/A converter
    12-bit/108MHz Video D/A converter
    Omni-directional (Ver. 2) surround speakers
    Wall-mountable front/center/surround speakers
    6-5/16-inch powered subwoofer
    Multi-brand TV and VCR remote control



    originally - $440
    now - $320

    Get the full experience of your DVDs with the JVC TH-C5 home theater system. Delivering up to 1000 watts of system output power, it takes DVD viewing to a whole new level.

    Features include:
    5.1-channel Dolby Digital/DTS/Dolby Pro Logic II decoders
    167W front/center/surround output power
    167W subwoofer
    DVD-Audio/Video, DVD-RAM/-RW, DVD-R (Video Format), CD, CD-R/RW, SVCD/VCD, MP3/WMA/JPEG digital still (CD-R/RW, DVD-R/RW)
    VFP (Video Fine Processor)
    Magnetically shielded front/center speakers
    DVD-Audio/WMA playback
    5-disc changer
    1000 watts total system output power
    Digital Direct Progressive Scan output for smooth and high-resolution pictures
    DVD-RAM playback
    Ultra high performance one-chip AV decoder
    Easy hand-clap surround setup
    Smart Surround Setup Version 2.0
    192kHz/24-bit audio D/A converter
    12-bit/108MHz video D/A converter
    Omni-Directional (Ver. 2) surround speakers for a wider sound field and realistic acoustic ambience
    Floor-standing front/surround speakers and 2-way center speaker
    Large 2-way center speaker with punched metal grille
    Large 9-7/8-inch powered subwoofer
    Multi-brand TV & VCR remote control



    Any help will be great! thanks

    Randy
     
  2. Jack Briggs

    Jack Briggs Executive Producer

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    Randy, your thread has been moved to where HTiBs are discussed (in the A/V Sources area). As to your question, is your budget absolutely limited to a few hundred dollars? With wise shopping, you could shoot for an A/VR and decent speakers to get you started.
     

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