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At a bit of a crossroads..recently got a house and working out what to do with the audio. Torn between getting a Samsung HW-Q950T for something easy and straightforward or trying to put together a home theatre system (with a bit of music when we desire) from used stuff on Gumtree and Facebook (or here). Budget is a bit modest for hi fi so not sure which way to go. 

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Welcome mate. Loads of guys here happy to help others spend their money!!

 

A good start for advice is a budget (which ususally isn't adhered to), musical tastes, room size and possibly any aesthetic considerations.

 

Good luck and enjoy the journey.

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13 hours ago, Grizzly said:

Welcome mate. Loads of guys here happy to help others spend their money!!

 

A good start for advice is a budget (which ususally isn't adhered to), musical tastes, room size and possibly any aesthetic considerations.

 

Good luck and enjoy the journey.

Good point about being a bit more specific.

 

Would be looking to spend $700-$1000, while I would love it to be beautiful my budget means just something that's not actively ugly :).   I personally really like white speakers, but my wife prefers darker colours so likely going dark as I am not that fussed.  Musical tastes are 60's to today rock and pop music (includes some hip hop).  A good surround sound experience for movies (feeling the sound around you) would be my main goal.  The room is an open floor plan that is approximately 12.5 by 5 meters but the primary TV area will be approximately one third of that.  There will not be a wall behind us when watching, hoping I can run wires around the baseboards and under the couches to hide them.

Cheers

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