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Its mainly your hearing taste ,which needs to be considered. Since u already bought the AVR ,do some good audition with your AVR possibly to find out which suits to your taste and budget.Search for Hifi audio dealers in your hometown,who can offer you good audition.I have Marantz 6012 receiver and epson 6700W projector now i m confused to buy a best speakers for that product so please tell me best speakers for that.
I have Marantz 6012 receiver and epson 6700W projector now i m confused to buy a best speakers for that product so please tell me best speakers for that.
Amrish- In my opinion speaker selection is the single most important part in building your entire audio system. It is like a fixed upfront investment that will serve you with a wonderful listening experience for a long time, if selected correctly (as per your choice). So one needs to be a little careful when going through the speaker selection process.
It is a good idea to read speaker reviews in different audio magazines or solicit feedback on different brands to get started but none of these will tell you how a particular speaker would sound in your room. So a key part of this evaluation process would be to ask for home trial for a month or so. I don't know whether this service is avaiable in India but it (free home trial) is very common in the US, well supported by almost all audio manufacturers. So after auditioning speakers in stores ask for a free home trial (you pay the full amount when taking the speakers home with an assurance that dealer/manufacturer will return you the full amount if you return the speakers within 30 days w/o any damage). If dealers don't provide this service feel free to talk to the maunfacturer and ask for it.
Thanks for your detailed explanation. I have query on Marantz 5005 + Wharfedale 220 - Is both are Warm signature ? Is it good combo ?Some speakers are warm some are bright and some are natural. Warm speaker with warm amplifier may sound dull or bright speakers with bright amplifier may cause ear fatigue. So synergy and careful matching of speaker and amplifier is important for overall sound signature of the system.