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  1. II need help. My receiver out puts 70 watts my speakers can handle 20 to 250 watts of power. when i turn up the sound half way they sound like crap why? My receiver is a pioneer stereo receiver SX-253R and my speakers are polk audio monitor 10 series there older.
  2. So I'm pretty new to the home audio topic but I do know some basics. I am looking to get some wireless surround sound speakers for the TV in our living room but also want to get wireless/bluetooth outdoor speakers too. To add slightly more complexity I was hoping to be able to bluetooth/dock an iPod/computer/cd player into the whole system. So to explain this in a map style... iPod/cd player/computer --- | TV --- receiver --- living room speakers | --------------Out door speakers I would assume a receiving is needed almost as a junction point to output to the speakers from various points (ipod, cd player, computer, tv, et) which would also regulate which speakers are getting outputted to (don't always want to output to outdoor speakers). Any suggestions or help or confirmation if this works this way? Anything?? Also names of each piece so I can find them on various sites/stores. Thank you!!!
  3. I would greatly appreciate everyone's opinion. I am in the process of trying to construct my new home audio/theater setup. We just moved into our new home and I am trying to find the best setup. The location of the home audio equipment will be in the basement of our rambler. The basement has one very large room (approx. 750 sq ft). It currently is a finished basement that is roughly square in shape that leads into a hallway and a couple bedrooms. I plan on using the space mainly for movie (action mostly) and music listening. I would mostly listen to classic rock and want something that will make me feel like i am in concert with the Eagles, Pink Floyd, etc, you name it! Anyway, my budget is around 2k-2.5k which will need to include a 5.1 setup and include the receiver. The setup I am thinking of mostly includes Polk speakers. Here is what I am thinking of Receiver - Denon AVR-1913 Front L/R - Polk TSi500 Center - Polk CS20 Rear L/R - Polk OWM3 Sub - Polk PSW125 I really like how the reciever has networking capability and can link up to Spotify. That way I can listen to whatever I want, whenever I want. Based on what I want to use the home audio for, is my setup okay? Am I missing any key components? Any help is very much welcomed, please feel free to tear it apart or offer suggestions. Let me know if you have any questions or if I can offer pictures to help.
  4. Has anyone had experience with Proficient or Sunfire Subs?