I need quick advice on speaker purchase
Ok, so I am wanting to get a 5.1 surround sound speaker system to hook up to my Denon receiver which is gonna be hooked up to the M-Audio Revolution on my computer. Originally I planned on doing a subwoofer and pair of bookshelf speakers but I scratched the idea figuring the packages were a better deal and would give me full 5.1 surround sound. Now here is the dilemna. I cant order them online because I need to get them today before I go back to school. There is a store here in Cleveland called Micro-Pro which has some of the best deals on stuff that you can find anywhere. I did not want to go with buying computer multimedia speakers, and was looking at buying the Sony SA-VE535H or Sony SA-VE335 5.1 speaker package instead. The Sony SA-VE535H has really been what I was planning on (heard lots of good things about it). The only stores I could go to for either of these would be Best Buy, Circuit City, or hhgregg. Places like etronics have the 535H for $299, but the retail priceon it is $499. I think Best Buy & Circuit City would more than likely charge $499 for the speakers, which I just cant afford and wouldnt dare paying if they are half that price online. hhgregg MIGHT have them for a deal, that is IF they have them in stock. Calling these places you cant just speak to someone at the store Ive found out to see if they have a product. They have al l this nonsense and its just for technical support and stuff, like you cant actually get to the store. So I found Micro-Pro has the Cambridge Soundworks MegaWorks 510D for $222. This doesnt look bad at all, and I just read a couple reviews and this looks to be a very good speaker package. The satellites are all 70 W RMS and the subwoofer is 8-inch 150 W RMS. They are listed as Creative but actually have Cambridge Soundworks on the box, so I think they are the same thing. Should I go for these? Looks like I cant go wrong with these at $222.