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    Question which combination is the best

    i am from india and i have these options please tell me which is the best-
    1st combination
    1.amp-denon a1sra
    2.front speakers-lsi15
    3.surround speakers lsi 15
    4.centre-lsi c
    2nd combination
    1.amp-denon a11xv
    2.front speakers lsi 15
    3. surround speakers lsi 15
    4. centre lsi c
    3rd combination
    1.amp-denon a11xv
    2.front speakers lsi 15
    3. surround-lsi fx
    4. centre lsi c
    and the 4th would one would be the no 3rd combination with denon avc-a1sra
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    hi and welcome to the forums. You're not giving us any specifics. Do you like movies, music? What's your listening ratio for each? What are your room/wall characteristics? What type of sound do you like: direct or diffuse? Do you have a sub? If not, why?

    Let your own ears be the judge. They can do a much better job than we can.

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    i would listen to music with bass and i enjoy movies like that but i want clearity also...

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    I've been thinking about your setup a little more. What brands do you have available, other than Denon?
    It would seem that a separate preamplifier/processor and an amplifier would be better for any of the systems you are considering.
    You mentioned, in your other thread, that you would like to spend approximately $3000 to power/run your speakers. Your speakers would like it more if you were able to give them something a little better than the power given by a receiver. Either of the Denons you mention would be fine choices, but getting separates for the same price will give you better results.
    I'm not sure how many of these will be available to you, but a short list would be: Parasound, Integra, Rotel, B&K, and maybe some others.

    If you have to go with the Denon, I would go with choice number three and the avc-a1sra. It would be difficult to justify all of the features available on the a11xv.

    A couple more quick questions:

    -What is the size and shape of your listening/watching room? This might give us a little more info to point you in the right direction.
    -Are you planning to add a subwoofer as well to your surround setup?
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    Out of those choices, I would go for the 3rd combination, and add a subwoofer.

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    This is what I would do as well.


    Quote Originally Posted by PolkThug
    Out of those choices, I would go for the 3rd combination, and add a subwoofer.
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    yes i would add a subwoofer to my system but later please suggest the model numbers of the amps and preamps ur suggesting i can increase the budget 3500 us $
    my room is pretty big bigger than normal rooms i dont have the specs
    please also tell me can lsi 15 be used as surrounds?

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