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June 18, 2009 at 10:29 pm #274
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David

I apologize if this has been asked before but I don't have the will to search through tons of threads…

I have a 10' x 10' room and was wondering if the 4T Hybrid SD was okay for such a small room.  Also, it seems like from the limited reading I've done on this forum that most 4T Hybrid and Onkyo purchasers went with the TX-SR606.  Based solely from a sound perspective, would there be that much of a difference in sound if I were to connect this speaker system to the 806 vs the 606 keeping my room dimensions in mind?  I wouldn't be taking advantage of the latest audio formats found on blu-ray (eg dolby digital master audio) as I'm mostly watching dvds, netflix instant via xbox and listening to mp3s. 

Ultimately, I would love to have a sound system that rivals the 15 minute Bose presentation that I sat through (being fully aware that there were a lot of audio professionals/marketers behind making sure that it sounded great as well as taking into consideration the negative rep that Bose has among discerning enthusiasts).

Thanks for your help,

Dave

June 18, 2009 at 11:16 pm #1001
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Gregory

I think that the 4T system would be killer for your room, and the 606 would be plenty AVR for your needs.  You seem to have done your homework, and have made some really good choices. 

 

Best part is, you'll knock the socks off of a Bose system at 3 times the price.  Pull the trigger!  :-)

June 19, 2009 at 9:57 am #1200
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Jason Hicks

[quote user="PJ"]

I think that the 4T system would be killer for your room, and the 606 would be plenty AVR for your needs.  You seem to have done your homework, and have made some really good choices. 

 

Best part is, you'll knock the socks off of a Bose system at 3 times the price.  Pull the trigger!  :-)

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Indeed, I concur on all PJ's points as usual.  

June 19, 2009 at 10:21 am #1158
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David

Thanks for the feedback!  I'm gonna purchase the towers first and hook them up to my existing receiver (a 10 year old Technics 100/w per channel mostly audio receiver   :0  )

 

One other question:  if for some reason I have to return the speakers after the 30 day trial period for a defect or malfunction, do I have to pay S&H?

 

Thanks,

Dave

June 19, 2009 at 11:02 am #1202
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Jason Hicks

[quote user="boody"]

Thanks for the feedback!  I'm gonna purchase the towers first and hook them up to my existing receiver (a 10 year old Technics 100/w per channel mostly audio receiver   :0  )

 

One other question:  if for some reason I have to return the speakers after the 30 day trial period for a defect or malfunction, do I have to pay S&H?

 

Thanks,

Dave

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It depends, if something goes wrong, which is highly unlikely, within the first 2-3 months of you receiving the product then we'll probably just swap it out for you.

If you have a warranty claim a year or two down the road then you'll be responsible for paying the shipping back here and we'll cover the rest, provided that it's a repair that's covered under our warranty terms and conditions. 

http://www.aperionaudio.com/warranty.aspx

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