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Discussion in 'Home Theater PC' started by ksuta, Jan 26, 2007.

  1. ksuta

    ksuta Member

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    We have a empty theater room waiting for my approval. Im thinking of a nice hd projecter 1080p projecter with a bunch of inputs. Bose 7.1 surrond system. Dvd recorder w/ vcr. Im looking for any part suggestion or model suggestions.


    PS: i want to be able to hook up computer to projecter
     
  2. JVC

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    The best advice I can give you is to stay as far away as possible from Bose! You can buy much better, for the same money! Read this:
    http://www.intellexual.net/bose.html

    See here for equipment too: http://www.crutchfield.com/S-EW1aJYXhhib/cgi-bin/ProdGroup.asp?g=10420
    Denon, Sony, Onkyo, JVC, Pioneer, Outlaw, are all better than the Bose.

    Speakers........ Polk, Infinity, Paradigm, B&O, Boston Acoustics and more.
    See here for excellent speakers and subwoofers: http://www.svsound.com/
    SVS makes some of the best subwoofers you can buy.

    Please don't fall victim to Bose's brainwashing, by their marketers!
    Good luck!
     
  3. ksuta

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    Ok screw bose. I thought it might be good but i guess not. ANy good projector models #. My budget is 15K+. The projecter (1080p) will cost 4k. the speakers and amp will cost about 1k and then im going to get a screen so about $500. Any thing else im missing?

    Should i get a dvd recorder or dvd player or what.
     
  4. JVC

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    Not familiar enough with projectors to give any good advice on them. I'll say this though.........you might not want to watch regular tv on one though, because of the price of replacement bulbs. I'd use a projector only for movies, concerts, or sports. But that's just me.

    It's all in what you want to do, whether you get a recorder or player. If you want to record tv shows to dvd, then get a recorder. If not get a player. If you want to record, but not necessarily to dvd, you can get a DVR.

    As far as the Bose, go to any home theater forum site, and see what they think about Bose. Do a Google search for "Home Theater Forums".
     
  5. gerry1

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    You might ask a moderator to move your thread to the "HD Displays" forum; lots of people knowledgable of the subject.
     

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