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Old 06-01-2013, 08:31 PM   #31
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Yamaha Aventage

http://www.amazon.com/Yamaha-RX-V673...amaha+Aventage

A MUCH better choice than Onkyo. Why do I say this? Experience.



I will also agree with the Pioneer recommendation, as I have a Pioneer in one of my systems, and a Yamaha in another.



Personally I would replace the current sub. By the time you buy a decent sub amp, you'll have spent as much, or more, than you could have for a decent quality new unit such as this Velodyne:

http://www.amazon.com/Velodyne-Impac...ords=subwoofer


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hi all,so I am a newbie and also just bought a Yamaha 5.1
receiver and a set of klipsch speakers. so it sounds like I will need a powered
sub speaker? is that correct? this is my first system that is not a system in a box. hope I can get advise from you audiophile!
thanks,
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Yes, a powered sub is the most practical way to go. This is a very good sub for the price and it's small for the WAF.

https://www.svsound.com/subwoofers/s...0#.UcUh2dJwqYk
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hi all,so I am a newbie and also just bought a Yamaha 5.1
receiver and a set of klipsch speakers. so it sounds like I will need a powered
sub speaker? is that correct? this is my first system that is not a system in a box. hope I can get advise from you audiophile!
thanks,
Without knowing a price limit, there will be all kinds of recommendations. Yes, you should do a powered sub. How big is the room? How much space do you have for a subwoofer? Do you mind if it's seen or doors it need to hide well?

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