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Receiver & Speakers for Plasma TV

I have a Plasma TV (HP-4254) and DVD converter (DVD-1080P7) both products made by Samsung. I am looking for a receiver without a DVD player (so I can hook up my converter) and a couple of speakers made by Samsung for my TV. Thanks for the recommendation. Tom

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  • tjanalyst Sep 06, 2007

    Thanks for your response.

    I like Samsung products but I could vary. My budget would ideally be around 500.

    Thanks,

    Tom

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It really depends on how much you want to spend. A home theater set=up will probably be a bit hard to get without a DVD player. Let me know your budget, and I will see what i can come up with. Do you have to stick with Samsung by the way?

Posted on Sep 05, 2007

  • Anonymous Sep 06, 2007

    Ok I have a few things in mind, let me do a little more researce and I will get back to you for sure.

  • Anonymous Sep 12, 2007

    I am looking into the Samsung request. But I have a question for you. The DVD player does up convert the Dvds to play on the TV set but it does not play dual layer or Blue ray disc. Also it is not a recorder. Would you consider getting a unit that can at least record and play dual layer disc as well as all the previous types of DVDs? Is your DVD library that extensive that you need an up converter so they play on this new TV set of yours?

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