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Topic # 114586 24-Feb-2013 17:59 Send private message

Hi

I'm looking to get a blu ray player and some new surround sound speakers to go with it. My question is do I go with a package like this:

http://www.samsung.com/nz/consumer/tv-audio-video/home-theatre/home-theatre-systems/HT-E4500/XY

Or do I buy speakers like these:  http://www.playtech.co.nz/afawcs0139235/CATID=294/ID=15914/SID=721730797/productdetails.html#DetailedSpecifications

and then just buy a standalone Blu ray player. I also want to use them for the odd game. Suggestions are welcome, I'm lost when it comes to stuff like thisTongue Out



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  Reply # 768583 24-Feb-2013 19:59 Send private message

The Logitech has no right sounding as good as it does...
Will it decode HD audio files? Nope. Will the Samsung? Yup.
Ultimately, the Samsung will probably win, and if you have a Samsung TV (or you're lucky with another brand of TV), then one remote will control both items!

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