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where do i find a users manual for rdx dx-10 surround sound system?
welcome to the first step of creating a great audio-video sanctuary for yourself. There are two possible ways to go about it and all depends on how far you wanna go. 1. Buy a Home Theater in a box: Advantage is it’s cheaper, pre balanced and tuned to optimal performance for an average user/listener. Additionally it comes with stuff like built in DVD players, possibly and ofcouse ease of use as in single remote and little wires. Disadvantage is it’s for an average user 2. Compoent based HT Surround system and believe me sky is the limit. Not trying to scare you but jus the cost wires can be over around $100 per piece and personally I have 72 wired connections in mt HT which is not the best in the world, I am very sure of it. 🙂 Advantages for the component based system is that you choose individual components like the brain as in the reciever per your choice, pocket and liking. Some of the things which you may wanna consider are – 5.1 (please don’t), 6.1, 7.1 9.1 – single room, dual room, three room multi channel – wattage – AI as in artifecial intelligence – DTS-ES (6.1), DD-EX (6.1) and magic word is DESCRETE channel – THX certification – AUTO tuning of individual speakers/Channels – Upconversion of all inputs to HDMI (VCR RCA to latest Blue Ray HDMI ) will go thru one input to one HDMI port of your TV and will be upconverted – number of inputs and outputs including digital and analog ones – SACD and DVD audio (case you’re interested) – iPod hookups and options (case you’re interested) Another aspect of this is the find a best balanced speaker system for your reciever. Bose is no doubt a good choice but you can do more in the same amount of money if space is not the problem for you and you want to grow mopre than 6.1. Bose’s flag ship is still 6.1 and not all but some complain regarding the missing/less mids – ofcourse that’s why we are unique and human – different Further, one can really spend thousands of $$ and not get effects due to not putting it in the right place and/or tuning it properly. Example directing your speaker towards a door which is always open hence no reflection in turn no surround. Last but not the least is a programmable remote. Once I was done I had total 8 remotes and my family, in the beginning, used to call me at work for help operating it. Go as high as pronto ($700+) or a logitech harmony OR write a manual to avoid those calls. Believe me this is a never ending great experience and you will love to live it rest of your life as long as you ready to invest little money and time on it. Can I suggest also suggest the following to your compoenent system – DVD Changer – CD changer – a Microsoft Media Center PC with Creative X-Fi sound card Have fun
I don’t think you’ll find good support for this system. It’s a “white van scam”. Read more here: http://www.avsforum.com/avs-vb/showthread.php?t=99…