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todd    2

I got a $200 stereo for christmas, but it had noticable static, so I returned it and got a cash refund. I started looking around and found this:

http://www.radioshack.com/product.asp?cata...%5Fid=31%2D5039

Just wondering what people think about getting this. How's the sound quality? Are there better ones for around $200?

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theprotege    0

if you have a small room, sony's home theater in a box is a good choice ... if you have a large room (greater than 20ft x 20ft) then you need to look at something a little bigger

i had a sony AV unit for about 2 years in a 14x14 room and it was ok ... gave it to my parents who have a 12x12 room and it was perfect for them (they didn't have to turn it up too loud to hear everything)

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todd    2

Yes, it's a small room (12x12), but my main concerns are:

A) Sound quality: I want to hear audio, not static.. can you comment on this?

B) Features: can I connect my cable line to it and use it to control my TV? how about a computer?

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bangbang023    31

It's a decent unit, nothing too spectucular. Sony speakers, for their HTIB's, often have this echo effect to them though which is a little annoying.

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psybapunk    0

I just bought those sony's. not too big of a room, about 12x12 and haven't placed the speakers right where I want them yet, but it sounds extremely decent.

they're like $169 at wal-mart btw.

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