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Old 06-29-08, 01:21 AM   #1
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Default I'm a noob at HT Audio

Me again. I'm still working on making a good beginners Home Theater. My mount will be here on Monday and once I get that set up, all I'll need is a good audio system. I'm currently using a Fisher system for Home Theater. I don't want to use it anymore because the 2 front speakers are too loud and have too much bass and overlap the sounds of the 2 rear speakers.

Another reason why is because it's only Dolby Pro-logic I. There is no digital output either. So, what I'm asking for is if someone can configure a good/cheap home theater sound system for me since I'm not all that good at HTA/V. Maybe something within $200-$275 and if necessary, $300. I was wondering if I could just use some really good PC speakers that have digital output and DPLII/Dolby Digital/DTS. I found these speakers on newegg and found their tech specs on a different site and wondered if those would be good. Any help towards making my home theater experience better will be appreciated.

Thanks in advance,
-Zapa.
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