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Total beginner - Help picking a design to replace Linn Majik 109s
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Old 13th January 2021, 10:23 PM   #11
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great thanks for the advice, take your point on speaker matching. My aim would be to replace all of the speakers in the 5.1 setup with DIY units, so think that might help with a little flexibility in speaker choice.
Your story seems to be changing quite a bit. First it's about a stereo set up, then about rear surround speakers, and now about the entire 5.1 HT system. So it's really hard to offer any consistent advice.

I suggest you first decide what you are going to replace. If it's the entire 5.1 HT system, then the rear surrounds are the last thing to worry about. You need to decide on the front speakers first and the rear surrounds can then follow.
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