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Could you make a few photos of your TV, including the model card and all ports (back and side) with their text readable, even ones that are already occupied? Also, make a list of other devices (connected to your TV or not) you want to have audio from on your Home Cinema.
The 42CS460 seems to have a different port configuration than that photo so I'm confused. If it is a 42CS460 you'll have a hard time finding a Home Cinema that works properly with your TV. It doesn't seem to have any audio outs and doesn't support HDMI Audio Return Channel, which means you'll have to 'route' everything you want sound from (cable box, consoles, ...) through your Home Cinema. That Home Cinema you linked doesn't have any audio inputs aside optical so I'd stay away from that too.
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Posted 03 February 2013 - 23:44
That is sort of what I would have suggested, but since his budget is around £150...
Here's something close to the system I have. It wasn't expensive, gives me really good sound, has multiple HDMI inputs, optical input, and supports HDMI audio return, as well as 3D video should you upgrade your TV at some point.
I have 2 PS3s and an XBox plugged into the reciever, and then I only need 1 HDMI to go into the TV.