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New member
Username: Subrtpal

Post Number: 1
Registered: Feb-08
I want to purchase anyone of the following combination:
a) Onkyo-605 a/v receiver with Tanoy Mercury F2 bookself & FC speakers
b) Onkyo-605 a/v receiver with B&W 600S3 bookself & matching centre
c) Yamaha RXV459 a/v receiver with Paradigm mini monitor bookself & CC190
d) Denon AVR1507 a/v receiver with Polcardio bookself and matching center
Latter i will upgrade to 5.1 system

Pl. suggest me which one will be the best combination. My priority is audio than Video.

Thanks & Regards
Subrata Pal
 

Silver Member
Username: Mccambley

BREEZY POINT, NY USA

Post Number: 475
Registered: Jun-05
What about the Denon 1507 with the Paradigms and upgrade the center to the CC290
 

Platinum Member
Username: Project6

Post Number: 14676
Registered: Dec-03
I would go for the Denon myself.

The question is...have you listened to any of these equipment at all?

What we like may not be what you prefer.
 

New member
Username: Subrtpal

Post Number: 2
Registered: Feb-08
Pl.suggest which one will be the best combination:
a) Denon AVR1507 with Tanoy Mercury F2 bookself & FC speakers
b) Denon AVR1507 with B&W 600S3 bookself & matching centre
c) Denon AVR1507 Paradigm mini monitor bookself & CC190
d) Denon AVR1507 a/v receiver with Polcardio bookself and matching center
Latter i will upgrade to 5.1 system

Thanks
 

Platinum Member
Username: Project6

Post Number: 14777
Registered: Dec-03
They are all great combinations. Pick one and run with it.
 

New member
Username: Subrtpal

Post Number: 3
Registered: Feb-08
I have Denon AVR 1707. Which bookself speaker will be good combination: KEFiQ1 or Tannoy mercury F2??

Thanks & Regards
 

Platinum Member
Username: Project6

Post Number: 15390
Registered: Dec-03
Listen to both and then pick one that you like.
 

New member
Username: Subrtpal

Post Number: 4
Registered: Feb-08
I have Denon AVR 1707. I want to procure KEFiQ5 speakers. Is it a good combination and whether Denon 1707 is sufficient for KEFiQ5 ??

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Bronze Member
Username: Jrbay

Livonia Detroit area, Michigan USA

Post Number: 92
Registered: Feb-08
Greetings,

The usual recommendation is to listen to any combination you may want to put together because you are the only one to say whether it sounds good or not. Technically the Denon may be a bit underpowered for the KEF's but the specs say the 75 watts ought to work (power handling 15-130 watts). If you can't listen to them before buying them then you are taking a bit of a risk but I am sure you could do a LOT worse!
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