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ditch the small ass tv. step up your game like me and get a 73". i have a yamaha surround system with a 100watt bass amp that rattles the windows in my house. i paid like $350 for my surround from tigerdirect.com

then buy an hdmi cable and you are good to go.

 

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I hate to be the bearer of bad news but... buying cheap cables will without a doubt give you shitty quality. Especially when everybody is worried about refresh rate. A cheap HDMI cable will only slow everything down or receive interference and degrade your sound and picture quality. (Be sure to check the transfer rate.. i.e. 10.2 gbps) Also dont forget the term line loss... If your cable is too long you can lose signal that way.

 

 

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For cables don’t believe the Monster Cable hype, Any decent mid priced interconnect will be just fine. I'd stay away from wireless speakers for any use... the added money for wireless can be spent getting better wired speakers.

 

 

Also this is the new system I bought...

I bought the rocketfish rear speaker kit

The monster cable, banana connectors.

Monster sub cables, Optic, and HDMI 800 cables.

 

Klipsch Quintet III $499.99

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Klipsch Synergy Sub-10 $399.99

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Yamaha RX-V463 5.1-Channel Digital Home Theater Receiver $349.95

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200.00

160.00

205.00

565.00 $1249.99 Retail total

565.00 My total

$684.93 total savings

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