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Hows it going guys, I'm new to the site but really feel like I can get a lot of useful information from all the members after spending a lot of time reading threads. I am a sophomore in college at the University of Illinois at Chicago and have had an obsession with home audio since a very young age. I put together what I feel is a very impressive home theater for my age and year in college consisting of a Kenwood VR-305 receiver, 2 theater research floor standing speakers, a bose center, new bose 301 rear speakers and a 150 built in amp Dayton audio subwoofer. My roommates and I frequently watch movies in 5.1 and are amazed at the surround effects coming from the receiver (dolby prologic) and also run what is now officially one of the best party houses on campus due to my audio equipment ;) The theater researches were also modified with 1 inch silk dayton tweeters which have added great brightness to the already great sound and amplitude given by these infamously know "white van speakers." What I am trying learn now is what should be my next step, because home audio has now become an obsession of mine and I want to keep expanding. Thanks alot guys.
 

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Thanks alot guys, My friend and I, who is also an amatuer audiophile as we like to consider our selves has a similar receiver to mine (powering 2 massive stereo speakers by Merantz from 1985... they kick ass :) ) planned on buying amps to get some cleaner power to the whole system but we encountered that dilemma. I think i know what your talking about with the multichannel anologue outputs, but am not all to familiar with how they work. Do you think you could send me a link to a blu ray that could plug into them? what about a playstation 3 because i was also interested in buying one.:cool:
 

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thanks for the link, im sure i can find this at a best buy or frys around my area no problem. i was thinking next year of getting a new reciever with more watts per channel and maby prologic iix/z, do you think it is worth it or wait till college is over?
 
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