A word about audio systems vs. audio/video systems:
Most people come in the store today assuming they should get a surround sound system. The truth is, unless you watch at least a couple of movies or concert videos a week, you may be better off with a good stereo two-channel system.
Surround sound is primarily a benefit for information that has been recorded in a surround format- primarily movies and some TV broadcasts, but not the vast majority of music on CDs, records, etc. You’ll also get a higher quality sound from a two channel system than a five channel system for the same amount of money. This should be obvious, if you consider that you can spend x amount of dollars and allocate it over either two amplifier channels and two speakers, or five amplifier channels, five speakers, and additional processing.
In fact, many people find that they are happier with the sound of their movies played back through a superior two channel system than a lesser multi-channel system. Plus they get better performance for their music listening. And a two channel video system can also be less intrusive in a living room. We think this is something that you should consider and are happy to show you some options, both in stereo and multi-channel audio/video systems.