HDMI cable for audio or keep my 4.1 w/soundcard? need help w/HDMI

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    Tactics said:
    lol I've read many threads about that name/type receiver :) I probably should check it out but I def. don't need any more wires back there! lol
    Hi,
    Yamaha has hdmi connections too
    I'd be interested in Fireberd's take on the receiver deal he is our expert :)
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       #12

    fireberd said:
    "Good" 5.1 systems have two prerequisites. (1) how much you are willing to spend (2) individual preference - what sounds really great to you may not be that good to someone else. You have to listen to ones in your price range to see which one you want. If you can't audition them, buy them at a site that has liberal return policy in case you buy something you find out you don't like.

    I have a recording studio and I can tell you no one agrees 100% with any mix I do.
    ok thx good info.
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    ThrashZone said:
    Tactics said:
    lol I've read many threads about that name/type receiver :) I probably should check it out but I def. don't need any more wires back there! lol
    Hi,
    Yamaha has hdmi connections too
    I'd be interested in Fireberd's take on the receiver deal he is our expert :)
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    I don't have any surround sound systems so I really can't comment on the hardware such as the Yamaha.
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  6. Posts : 20,583
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    Hi,
    Yea the receiver gives more speaker options for the most part and use it as a central unit
    But still be able to connect all devices to it with hdmi cable box/ bluray dvd player/ t.v./....

    It has newer style speaker connections and older 2 wire connections so if one had good old speakers they would be able to use them and not have to buy a new surround sound speakers system :)

    The newer model I post is 4k compatible too
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