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Sony Home Theater already connected to TV with HDMI cable, now I have blue ray player without any cables, what do I need to get best result?

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For the past month i have been shopping for the perfect home theater system and have narrowed it down to a bose system,a sony system and a paramax p510...i have listened to all 3 systems and have found the paramax to be the better system not a cheaper system but seem more bang for my buck at 3200$,a very powerful tube amp and downfiring sub maxes out at 2000 watts...

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