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The seeds of my home theater desire were planted when shopping for a stereo component. In the fall of 2004 I had to replace my beloved Nakamichi CD changer, which I'd had for about seven years. In the process of shopping for a replacement (I ended up with a Jolida JD-100 [1]), I was exposed to just how much home theater technology has improved since the days (around 1989) when I was single and had a "surround sound processor" and some cheesy rear speakers to go with my 27" TV and "hi-fi" VCR. In the intervening years, I owned a big-screen RPTV and was vaguely aware of HT, but just didn't care much about it, even though I've always loved movies. Over these same years, I did build up a nice 2-channel audio system in my basement, but never even bothered hooking up the DVD player to the stereo.
The seeds of my home theater desire were planted when shopping for a stereo component. In the fall of 2004 I had to replace my beloved Nakamichi CD changer, which I'd had for about seven years. In the process of shopping for a replacement (I ended up with a Jolida JD-100 [1]), I was exposed to just how much home theater technology had improved since the days (around 1989) when I was single and had a "surround sound processor" and some cheesy rear speakers to go with my 27" TV and "hi-fi" VCR. In the intervening years, I owned a big-screen RPTV and was vaguely aware of HT, but just didn't care much about it, even though I've always loved movies. Over these same years, I did build up a nice 2-channel audio system in my basement, but never even bothered hooking up the DVD player to the stereo.

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