Serving the Golden Horseshoe Since 1977
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With all systems you need to make sure you have considered your space constraints. You may wish to go with a component system, but these are usually rack mounted and quite bulky. Stacking components without providing for proper ventilation is a bad idea.
Ask your salesperson about how your system will fit into your home and how many rooms you want to have music in. It can be less costly overall to think about putting sound into your whole home instead of looking at individual rooms. Even a receiver with two speaker outputs can serve to provide music to your kitchen and patio, saving you money and space versus separate systems. You may also consider a more expensive home theatre receiver that is “zone-2 capable” to provide music to another area in your home.
We're looking to move some floor models to make room for more some great new models.
892 Brant Street, Burlington,Ontario
Phone: (905) 681-1872