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Hey guys how are ya thinking of buy a sharp 42 inch Aquos flat panel lcd hdtv full 1080-p and a blue ray dvd player and bose cine mate speakers will it sound any good will it be like surrond sound

please any comments

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No it won't be like surround sound, but you'll have the next best thing: a nice, powerful, natural Hi-Fi sound. I have a 46 inch 1080p Sony connected to a Sony Blu-Ray and Bose Cinemate Speakers. No complicated rear speakers wiring, no awkward center speaker to hide. The only drawback is that Bose doesn't have (yet) a code to operate the Blu-ray player with the Cinemate remote control.

Hope this helps to make your decision.

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