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    Can you beat my option? KEF LS50 Wireless II + SVS SB-2000 Pro

    Exactly. The new all in one products are basically the answer to that need but because there are not mass market products like AVRs they are quite expensive for what they offer now. I am pretty sure in a few years with more Class D amps dominating the market and better processing technologies...
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    Can you beat my option? KEF LS50 Wireless II + SVS SB-2000 Pro

    You are right. I don't have enough info about 3.1 systems and honestly don't know much about a center channel rule at all (Other than "It is good for dialogs"). This is all because I mainly focused on music. What I really want to have is a system that shines and gives me the best audio quality...
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    Can you beat my option? KEF LS50 Wireless II + SVS SB-2000 Pro

    I don't know how bad the non AVR option would be for movies or how bad the AVR option would be for music and there is not a real way to know that unless I test both in my room. and I think this is the best thing I can go. Get both AVR and Non AVR options and test them for a week or two and keep...
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    Can you beat my option? KEF LS50 Wireless II + SVS SB-2000 Pro

    It seems that the AVR option have more subjective and non subjective supports compared to my LS50WII choice mostly because of the room correction feature. So, Let me ask a more direct question to confirm that. Which one of these options would have a better results: 1. Denon X3700H [With...
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    Can you beat my option? KEF LS50 Wireless II + SVS SB-2000 Pro

    Lots of good information. I have a few questions in this regard. When you export the filters, what are the options to use and implement those filters? I am assuming the typical method should be load/import them to ROON ? (correct me if I am wrong) What are the software and hardware alternatives...
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    Can you beat my option? KEF LS50 Wireless II + SVS SB-2000 Pro

    That is what exactly happened today :D when I was showing her this thread, AVRs, Speakers and describing options to her
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    Can you beat my option? KEF LS50 Wireless II + SVS SB-2000 Pro

    Well. The funny thing is I showed my wife the Genelecs last night and I was expecting a super hard "No No No !" but surprisingly she said " Aww look at those dumb looking speakers" [You never know the ladies]
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    Can you beat my option? KEF LS50 Wireless II + SVS SB-2000 Pro

    Thank you for the comment. A few issues I have with these option though. Movies are not my main priority and this Auro 3D thing does not justify the price difference between the 4700 and 3700 for me. I rather have the cheapest AVR with a good room correction and just 2-3 channels audio with pre...
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    Can you beat my option? KEF LS50 Wireless II + SVS SB-2000 Pro

    I am sold on the SVS subs even though they might be a bit lower performer or a bit more expensive but the fact that they are in stock, widely available and I can simply pick one up from Best Buy makes a huge difference to me. Plus their great customer service
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    Can you beat my option? KEF LS50 Wireless II + SVS SB-2000 Pro

    With Denons and Kefs are all out of stock, I am forced to wait and Review and compare all of these different brands. Seems the only way to go for now
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    Can you beat my option? KEF LS50 Wireless II + SVS SB-2000 Pro

    Thank you so much for the options. I will take a look at the Sony AVRs. The lack of pre outs could be a problem and I need to compare Sony's room correction with Audyssey to see the difference. The good thing is this Sony AVR is actually in stock but Denon has been sold out for a while
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    What budget speakers you like to see reviewed?

    If nobody said it yet, Elac Uni fi Reference UBR62
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    Can you beat my option? KEF LS50 Wireless II + SVS SB-2000 Pro

    Thank you so much for the tips and tricks about the possible adjustments. This is what I wanted to avoid but apparently I am doing it too even before buying the system. The way it goes, I afraid I will not enjoy the music through this "HiFi" system as much as I do through my crappy bose...
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    Can you beat my option? KEF LS50 Wireless II + SVS SB-2000 Pro

    Not really. the whole listening watching set needs to rotate 90 degrees :D
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    Can you beat my option? KEF LS50 Wireless II + SVS SB-2000 Pro

    Thank you for your comment. another +1 for AVR. As far as I know, there are some options for room correction in the separate systems too but it is either going to be more expensive or that systems would not have the usability of the normal AVR.
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    Can you beat my option? KEF LS50 Wireless II + SVS SB-2000 Pro

    Seems like another great points that I had no idea about. I don't know what can I do for that, But I will consider that when I am going to buy a house in future!
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    Can you beat my option? KEF LS50 Wireless II + SVS SB-2000 Pro

    If I stick with my option, I should be able to do some manual PEQ through the SVS app for subwoofer using a UMIK-1 and REW but up to the crossover point. If I go with an AVR, Audessy should take care of that.
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    Can you beat my option? KEF LS50 Wireless II + SVS SB-2000 Pro

    Thank you for the comments. I really liked the minidsp the SHD is my favorite but volumio or Room are not very good for what I need. There is no HDMI input. R3s are great but they make the overall cost over my budget
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    Can you beat my option? KEF LS50 Wireless II + SVS SB-2000 Pro

    I understand the importance of room correction and from what is available today (major ones) I would rank them as 1. Lyngdorf Room Perfect 2. Dirac Live 3. Audessy. I did pick Lyngdorf TDAI 1120 and then NAD M10 as my initial simple all in one options and honestly still love the 1120 on paper :D...
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    Can you beat my option? KEF LS50 Wireless II + SVS SB-2000 Pro

    JBLs are too expensive for my target price. I have seen a couple of other members mentioned that the room is too big for little LS50s but some others said it should be a good fit. I know it is more of a subjective area. Some people like very loud music, or they want to have their desired level...
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