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Old 01-09-2015, 11:41 PM   #1  
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Hey guys! Some of you may have read my post about the Monoprice speakers I recently purchased. I recently received the Monoprice premium 5.1 speaker package and it's just not the rich and crisp upgrade in sound I was hoping for. I'm still within my 30 day window and will probably return them. I was hoping you audiophiles out there could give me some recommendations. I will narrow the selection down. I've got a budget of around 700-800. Also, I recently purchased the Yamaha V377 which will be used with the new speakers. I was going to try out the Pioneer Andrew Jones speakers, but they are too big. The front surrounds and the center channel will be wall mounted, so, I'm looking for a nice satellite system. It would be nice to be able to run to best buy and come home with something. The 2 systems I thought looked promising were the Definitive Technology Pro Cinema 600's and the Klipsch Quintets. Or if it's really worth the wait, I'd love to hear recommendations if i must purchase online.

I really really appreciate the help guys!!
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Old 01-10-2015, 11:12 AM   #2  
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Hey guys! Some of you may have read my post about the Monoprice speakers I recently purchased. I recently received the Monoprice premium 5.1 speaker package and it's just not the rich and crisp upgrade in sound I was hoping for. I'm still within my 30 day window and will probably return them. I was hoping you audiophiles out there could give me some recommendations. I will narrow the selection down. I've got a budget of around 700-800. Also, I recently purchased the Yamaha V377 which will be used with the new speakers. I was going to try out the Pioneer Andrew Jones speakers, but they are too big. The front surrounds and the center channel will be wall mounted, so, I'm looking for a nice satellite system. It would be nice to be able to run to best buy and come home with something. The 2 systems I thought looked promising were the Definitive Technology Pro Cinema 600's and the Klipsch Quintets. Or if it's really worth the wait, I'd love to hear recommendations if i must purchase online.

I really really appreciate the help guys!!
speakers are something you should settle for only after you've actually listen to them. Buying by recommendation is risky business you should first establish a firm budget maximum (like 'no more than') this will give contributors a $$ zone to be in. then use info provided to you to make a short list 5-6 systems more than that will only add confusion to making up your mind.
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Check out newegg. Got a sweet deal on a full set of Polk last year.
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Old 01-11-2015, 08:34 PM   #4  
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speakers are something you should settle for only after you've actually listen to them. Buying by recommendation is risky business you should first establish a firm budget maximum (like 'no more than') this will give contributors a $$ zone to be in. then use info provided to you to make a short list 5-6 systems more than that will only add confusion to making up your mind.
Yep.....I just learned that hehe. I am happy with the Klipsch Quintets....
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