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Wow, it is sold at $99.99 on Amazon, but no reviews, anyone had one and comment it here?
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Wow, it is sold at $99.99 on Amazon, but no reviews, anyone had one and comment it here?
Uhm, there are plenty of reviews at Amazon [amazon.com]. The Andrew Jones system is a fine one for entry-level surround sound. The center and sub are the weak links, the sub more so than the center, though.
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Yes, great price compare to Amazon.
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I have the entire set (with tall towers in the front, bookshelves in the back, this speaker for the center and also the matched sub off to the right of a couch,) which I pieced together over the course of about a week. It seems like these always go on sale in consecutive order. The set, sounds amazing! I ditched my bose AM system (which I loved) and will never look back. My main living area is a great room design, approximated 30 feet deep and 15 feet wide; and this set fills the room completely using an entry-level $250 Receiver/Denon Amp. Huge thumbs up from me on this when coupled with its set siblings..
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Uhm, there are plenty of reviews at Amazon [amazon.com]. The Andrew Jones system is a fine one for entry-level surround sound. The center and sub are the weak links, the sub more so than the center, though.
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The AJ set is fantastic for the money- except the sub.

You can do vastly better than the sub for similar or less money. All the other speakers you'd need to spend 2-3x as much to get something noticeably better.

For example it's currently $159.99 on amazon... the Dayton Sub1200 is around 125 bucks on sale, and a ton better.

Or for a few more bucks ($180) you can get a Jamo J110 on ebay that's even better than that.
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Wow, it is sold at $99.99 on Amazon, but no reviews, anyone had one and comment it here?
I bought this separately and it was a pretty good upgrade from a cheaper Yamaha center channel speaker I had. I could immediately hear the difference in richness in voices. I'm no audiophile, but it sounded really good to me for the price.

Make sure to check the size of your space, though - it's pretty big.
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Would these pair up with the KEF LS50's left and right?
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Does amazon price match
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These typically go for $50-55 with free shipping used or refurbished on Ebay or amazon.
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Seems a good deal! Price match with the code.
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I have the entire set (with tall towers in the front, bookshelves in the back, this speaker for the center and also the matched sub off to the right of a couch,) which I pieced together over the course of about a week. It seems like these always go on sale in consecutive order. The set, sounds amazing! I ditched my bose AM system (which I loved) and will never look back. My main living area is a great room design, approximated 30 feet deep and 15 feet wide; and this set fills the room completely using an entry-level $250 Receiver/Denon Amp. Huge thumbs up from me on this when coupled with its set siblings..

Great, i currently have a Vizio Home theater with a soundbar, Wirless subwoofer and satellite speakers. But looking to upgrade it and is there a website or blog which will help me to build my own home theater.
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Great, i currently have a Vizio Home theater with a soundbar, Wirless subwoofer and satellite speakers. But looking to upgrade it and is there a website or blog which will help me to build my own home theater.

http://www.avsforum.com/forum/88-audio/

Especially:

http://www.avsforum.com/forum/89-speakers/
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http://www.avsforum.com/forum/113...ansducers/
and
http://www.avsforum.com/forum/90-...rocessors/


But really it's gonna depend on your budget (and then if you have a pretty decent one- the size/shape of the space)

On the low enough though is this center channel in the deal, plus:

2 Pioneer FS-52 tower speakers (60-70 bucks each on sale)
2 Pioneer BS-22 Bookshelf speakers (60ish a pair on sale)


That, plus an A/V receiver (which can range in the 200-300 range for entry level, to 500-600 for pretty high end consumer.... to 1000 and up for
folks wanting complex 11+ speaker ATMOS setups. At this level you're not gonna care much about most of the audio features- just insure whatever you get supports whatever devices you want to use (ie supports/passes through whatever you need display and input device wise)


Plus a sub... which again keeping to the lower end there's the two I mentioned earlier- Dayton Sub1200 which runs around 125-135 on sale- I wouldn't suggest getting anything cheaper/lower end than this.... or a Jamo J110 for $180 on ebay.

you can go WAY higher/better on subs, and may need to if you have a really big space and want useful output under 30Hz... but either of those are decent entry-level for smaller spaces and about the best bang/buck options under 200 bucks.


Anyway slap that together and you're probably looking around $700ish give or take for a very good entry level 5.1 system that should beat the hell out of any soundbar.

You'll need to spend 2-3x as much on speakers and sub (though maybe not amp) to get a really significant jump in quality from there.
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