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Old 01-09-2018, 02:41 AM   #1
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I'm currently using the speakers from an old Panasonic Home theater in a box system. In addition, my setup includes a Sony 7.2 channel receiver(STRHD770), and a Klipsch 10 Reference Sub.

I would like to upgrade my speakers, however I'm limited on space, so towers and even bookshelf speakers would be to big. What are some of the best options for smaller satellite speakers? Might have a little more room for a larger center channel.
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I would recommend looking up SVS satellite prime system or the energy take classic system.
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What’s your max budget?
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I would recommend looking up SVS satellite prime system or the energy take classic system.
I agree, if its in your budget do the svs and if you can't find the energy takes the monoprice 5.1 system is almost the same thing. Don't know your budget but there are a couple other 5.1 systems that are more expensive that may sound better so it will depend on how much you are looking to spend.
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What’s your max budget?
I'm not sure what my total budget would be, just want an idea of some good options, as it seems they are limited. If need be, I suppose I could purchase the fronts and center, and then the rears later on.
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I'm not sure what my total budget would be, just want an idea of some good options, as it seems they are limited. If need be, I suppose I could purchase the fronts and center, and then the rears later on.
Check out the monoprice 5.1 set up and i know you said you can't do towers but for a budget set up the AJ pioneer's would be better.
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