Hey everyone. I have a few questions and wanted some help from the knowledgeable people here. Patience has never been my strong suit. I had planned to delay gratification and slowly piece together a 5.1 system. Now here I am ready to throw down my money on a complete system just to enjoy something while I wait however many months it takes to take things to the next level. I'm now looking into some lower end stuff.
First starting at the receiver. I don't need anything fancy, because I have a couple 4yr old TVs without ARC/3D etc., and will be running optical for audio. The TVs will probably break down before they're upgraded. Could be a while.
I'm thinking about the Denon DHT-591BA HTIB. I figure the AVR-591 could last me a long time. Bonus that it's available at local Best Buys for easy free return. I would then slowly replace the Boston speakers. Probably start upgrading with new matching fronts(L,C,R) of my choice. Perhaps moving the Boston fronts to the rear for a mini surround upgrade at that point. Then new sub. Lastly the rears will get completely overhauled. I'm hoping the receiver will still be good enough and not worry about it until it's time to upgrade the TVs.
Decent plan? or similar HTIB suggestion? Can you piece together a better complete 5.1 system at the $6-700price range to upgrade as I go? Maybe a cheap receiver and something like the Jamo s606 package?