I've never owned an AVR, so I really don't know what I'm getting into, but since I've spent so much time and money getting this awesome tv, I figured maybe now is also the time to think about something to control all my devices in one place.
I'd love to set up an atmos system too.
My room is not huge though, maybe 11' x11'.
I'm currently just plugging everything direct to the TV and using one of 3 options for audio....
which I enjoy, and use at night so that I don't wake everyone up, so Ideally I'd want to option to still connect these as an audio ONLY output (but this can remain direct to my blu ray player if they won't play with the avr).
2 - LG SH2 soundbar
which I use for general tv viewing etc during the day.
3 - Logitech Z5500 5.1 speakers
which I use when I have guests to watch movies and stuff.
If i bought an AVR, can I just wire up my existing speakers to it, or do I need some other equipment or totally new set of speakers?
My plan, if it's possible, was to start off just buying the receiver, wire up my existing speakers to the avr for a normal 5.1 setup....then buy 6 spare matching speakers and just add them in to the avr for the full 9.1/atmos
In such a relatively small room, do you think it's worth the extra speakers? and is it easy to still get a decent surround and atmos effect even with the volume turned down?
Sorry for all the questions, I'm totally new to AVR setups.
Source : https://www.avforums.com/threads/denon-avr-x4400h-9-2-channel-av-receiver-review-comments.2131863/
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