• Hello and Welcome to HiFiVision.com - an online community for the home entertainment and tech enthusiasts!

    If you would like to ask a question, participate in a discussion and view attachments please Register yourself.

Help needed setup home theatre !plz

Wharfedale Linton Heritage Speakers

eshwar.kubsad

New Member
Joined
Feb 6, 2015
Messages
13
Points
0
Location
bangalore
hi all ,
its been a month , i have joined this forum and feels good knowing the brands never heard of ! i'm every found of music and movies ,
so for my new house under construction have decide to set up a home theatre with wooden flooring , my room size is approx 10*17 feet in dimensions and need a separates
AV receiver >
speaker packages >
sub woofer >
60/40 for movies and music , and i mostly play music via iphone so bluetooth enabled av receiver ,
setting a budget about 1.10 lakhs

and also need a suggestions about projectors budget about 1.5 lakhs and is it worth enough to invest on 3d projectors??
 
SPONSORED ADS

Attachments


SPONSORED ADS

koushik

Well-Known Member
Joined
Aug 17, 2011
Messages
1,769
Points
83
Location
Kolkata, now in Hyderabad
What is the height of the room? If it 10' I would suggest to go for false ceiling and bring it down to 9'. Anything other 10' is fine.

As this is under construction room, can you block that window permanently? Ideal for an AV room without any window.

There are so many options to choose from when it comes to equipment. 1.1L is decent budget to start with. In fact I think you should club the budget and bring it up to 2.6L for the entire system. As you will get great projector for around a lac or so.
 

eshwar.kubsad

New Member
Joined
Feb 6, 2015
Messages
13
Points
0
Location
bangalore
yeah , probably closing the window and yeah fall celling is planned there . what about the models for the av receiver , speaker set?? how are jamo ???
wats the major difference between jamo vs polk audio ??
 

koushik

Well-Known Member
Joined
Aug 17, 2011
Messages
1,769
Points
83
Location
Kolkata, now in Hyderabad
For make and model you have to visit local HT shops and listen to them. There are many options out there and you have to listen to find what appeals to you. Marantz SR5009 has Bluetooth as your requirement. For a cheaper option you can check Yamaha V477.

Jamo & Polk Audio are both good brands for HT speakers. The difference would be in sound signature. Try to get audition of both along with others and see what you like.
 

elangoas

Well-Known Member
Joined
Nov 4, 2009
Messages
7,168
Points
113
Location
Madrasapattinam
Consider Book Shelf + Sub combo than a Floor Stander.....

Most AVR's today are network enabled... So you can play from your phone to your AVR over wired/wi-fi ....
 

mikilbhatkar

New Member
Joined
Feb 11, 2015
Messages
20
Points
0
Location
Mumbai
Auditioned the Jamo 426 and the Polk 220 bookshelves, I found the Jamos too sharp as compared to Polks. Polks had a better bass.
 

koushik

Well-Known Member
Joined
Aug 17, 2011
Messages
1,769
Points
83
Location
Kolkata, now in Hyderabad
Consider Book Shelf + Sub combo than a Floor Stander.
+1 to that.

3 X BS* for LRC and a smaller satellite for surrounds and a powerful sub is excellent idea for room of your size.

*That's because I liked the similar 3 BS setup than those horizontal center channel.
 

hemant2312

New Member
Joined
Mar 12, 2015
Messages
24
Points
3
Location
Bangalore
For make and model you have to visit local HT shops and listen to them. There are many options out there and you have to listen to find what appeals to you. Marantz SR5009 has Bluetooth as your requirement. For a cheaper option you can check Yamaha V477.

Jamo & Polk Audio are both good brands for HT speakers. The difference would be in sound signature. Try to get audition of both along with others and see what you like.
Hi koushik,

Any idea if the Marantz sr5009 sold on amazon.in or snapdeal.com would be 230V or 110V? just trying to figure out if it'd require a step down transformer.
 

koushik

Well-Known Member
Joined
Aug 17, 2011
Messages
1,769
Points
83
Location
Kolkata, now in Hyderabad
Hi koushik,

Any idea if the Marantz sr5009 sold on amazon.in or snapdeal.com would be 230V or 110V? just trying to figure out if it'd require a step down transformer.
Electronics that are sold in Indian or India specific site should be having 230v rating.
 
Last edited:

koushik

Well-Known Member
Joined
Aug 17, 2011
Messages
1,769
Points
83
Location
Kolkata, now in Hyderabad
I just checked a Denon AVR in Amazon.in and it is mentioned on the back panel as 230V input and also a person answered a query saying that the operating voltage is 230V.
 
SPONSORED ADS
Last edited:
SPONSORED ADS

Top