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You could also look into All-in-one Home theater boxes. They are a cheaper route than going with a seperate quality receiver and seperate speakers.
I have an LG Home theater All-in-One setup and its really a good deal for the 250$ I got it for. Its a 1100w capable setup and even though it only has 1 HDMI input, the fact that it can accept an HDMI connection is a good future proof feature and its also a blu ray player. So its a Blu-ray combo receiver if you don't have a seperate blu-ray player yet. Supports all the lossless HD audio formats too as well as 4:4:4 chroma and 0-255 full rgb passthrough for PC use.
But my recommendation since i know what "quality" audio is now after i bought my Home theater in-a-box setup, is to buy into something from brands like Onkyo, Yamaha, Pioneer, Denon, Polk Audio, JBL, etc.
Last edited by Mda400; 03-21-2013 at 14:46.