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Which should I upgrade first? Outlaw 1050 -> Outlaw 950 or Outlaw 770? (1 Viewer)

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Here's my current home theater setup:

[*]http://www.goodsound.com/equipment/outlaw_1050_receiver.htm



Though the room is L-shaped, I currently use the 23' x 9.25' leg for my home theater / listening area (though I suppose I could switch to the other leg if you think that'd help). I use the system for about 80% home theater, and 20% music.



I realize that this is a long post, but I look forward to your replies. Thanks guys!



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I would go with option #2 or #4, for good loudspeakers always sound good, and a good amplifier will last you ten years if you take care of it, but an a/v preamp might be obsolete within a year, or even six months. For the preamp/processor, I would either get one that is an incredible value (outlaw) or one that can be upgraded in the future (proceed avp or avpII, EAD theatermaster, etc)
 

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Let me ask you the most important question (IMHO) what is your viewing monitor?

If your picture isnt up to par then everything else is secondary.
 

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PS: remember that this is from a guy that still loves to watch lasers :)
 
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Gregg,
My viewing monitor is a 27" Sony Wega. Of course, I use its 16:9 mode for viewing DVDs. And, I'm fairly happy with it at the moment.
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