Rookies Question, Any suggestion for Girl Use Hi-Fi?

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Hello All,

Just hope to know anyone has experience to build a Hi-Fi System for girl's room?

Better a little colorful, but sound quality is the most important...

Any advice? Many thanks!
 

chebby

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Any idea of budget?

Any space dictated influence on choice of speakers? (Floor standing speakers or wall fixed or desktop?)

How about sources? iPod, CD, Radio (FM or internet radio), computer based music, vinyl LPs etc?

Will this need to be combined with a TV and DVD/Blu-Ray? If so, does it need to be a 'surround' sound system or just 2 channel?
 

Chokobolt

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Hey icer123, welcome to the forums


It would really help us if you could tell how much money you want to spend on the Hi-Fi


Edit: Ups, Chebby came first
 

rardhian

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Interesting question


I would thought the main requirements are simplest possible operation. The lesser the buttons and selectors should be better! You probably should enclosure all those components in a nice box, and put on just a power button and a volume knob. That's it.

Without being gender, I never found woman who really cares about Hi-Fi and how they works? I mean, they do enjoy how it sounds, but they never seems to care much or findout out something better.

That is, unless she really cared about sound quality, an integrated system with CD audio and MP3 (+FLAC?) would probably do better.
 
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We bought our daughter a Denon Dm31 a few years ago and she has taken it to uni now.
 
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Thanks for your help!

Yeah, I forgot to say the budget is near £700-£1000. Stand or Desktop speakers both ok, no need surround effect, mainly use to listen Classic and New Age, sometime pop... Use both CD Players and iPod. Sorry for ask a so general questions...
 

John Duncan

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That's a nice budget, which will get you something like an Arcam Solo Mini or a separates system like the Marantz 6003 pair, plus some excellent speakers. I'd probably faour the Arcam for the musical genres you mention.

Richer Sounds in particular have great package deals, to which you could add a separate iPod dock if required.
 

Big Chris

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Vita Audio R4. The whole lot in one box. Save yourself a few quid too. Looks great in either high-gloss white or black
 

audioaffair

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One to consider might be the Shanling MC30 - looks amazing in any room and sounds seriously good !
 

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