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February 11, 2010


Tim Guy

I just sent this post to a bunch of my friends as I agree with most of what you’re saying here and the way you’ve presented it is awesome.

I also blog from time to time on this stuff. In fact, here’s an expert from my most recent blog post...

"It could be very easy to spend tens of thousands of dollars building the ultimate home theater experience for you and your family and if you use your home theater on a regular basis and have the money to spare you might find well worth the investment. However, you can also build a fantastic home theater for significantly less money if you are willing to put a great deal of effort into finding the right parts for the right price for your system."

The complete post can be viewed easily on the following page… www.buyhometheatre.co.uk/

Keep up the good work,
Tim Guy


I wouldn't spend a whole lot on a receiver anyways. It would be best to invest in high quality speakers, as they don't become obsolete when technology advances like receivers do.

If you can afford a decent A/V receiver with pre/pro outputs...you could always add a decent multi-channel amp later on, if you needed 'cleaner' and more robust power to drive your speakers.

You can read my article @ www.hometheatersolutionsnow.com/choosing-ht-speakers Lots of useful info about purchasing high quality speakers at affordable prices. I will be constantly reviewing many different speakers on my blog.

Audio Speakers

It really depends on why you think you need the upgrade, but I wouldn’t do it. That’s what I’m talking about.

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