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Which pair of speakers to go with current home theater set up?
I have a Onkyo HT-S7409
home theater system, the receiver is a TX-NR609
, 7.1 system, but it only came with 5.1 speakers. I am looking to get a pair of speakers to complete the 7.1, I'm assuming the best option is to use the new speakers as the front pair, and move the current front pair to be the back pair.
I know little to nothing about home audio, I purchased the current system after doing some research and reading reviews and stuff, from what I gathered I have a good starter system that's relatively inexpensive (was on sale for $400), so I'm looking for speakers that are equivalent in quality and price.
I narrowed it down to these 3, but I have questions about them.
Polk Audio T15
Polk Audio TSI100
- $220, I don't understand why this pair is double the price of the one above.
- $250, not sure if the system I have will fully utilize this pair's potential.
I don't mind paying over $200 for a pair of speakers, as long as my system can utilize them fully, and the difference in quality is worth it.
Any help is appreciated.