$300 Receiver Suggestions

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  1. Bill Will

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    For a friend $300 Tops, On-Line Ordering OK & Refurbished Receivers are OK too but no out of sight S&H Costs. Thanks
     
  2. Tingwe

    Tingwe Stunt Coordinator

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    onkyo 502 [​IMG]
     
  3. Bejoy

    Bejoy Stunt Coordinator

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    A friend of mine had the same criterea and bought an Onkyo 601 from J&R for $299 delivered, yesterday.
     
  4. DorianBryant

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    I bought the Panny XR50. i did in home comparisons with a yammy HTR-5590 and pioneer elite VSX-41. Also compared in the store with HK 230 and Onky 601. The onky's are nice but i preferred the clean sound of the Panny. IMO, the Panny had better detail and imaging than the others. $240 delivered
     
  5. Bill Will

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    Thanks Guys [​IMG] Anyone else care to chime in [​IMG] Myself I'm trying to push him to go $40.00 more & get the Yamaha 5760
     
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  7. DorianBryant

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    If you go 40 more I would go for the Pioneer 1014.
     
  8. Philip Hamm

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    Keep an eye out for used stuff on this forum in the hardware for sale area. You'll get more bang for your buck!
     
  9. Manuel Delaflor

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    Why does cheap equipment is always "for a friend"? [​IMG]
     
  10. Wayne Ernst

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    Good point. I guess it saves some embarrasment. [​IMG]
     
  11. Bill Will

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    No it really is for a friend. After the holidays I'm planning on giving the 30" Sanyo HDTV at Wal-Mart a shot & buying a Pioneer 1014 for myself. Dorian where can you buy the 1014 for $340 delivered? The cheapest I've been able to find it for is $369.94 delivered & the Yamaha 5760 that I was trying to talk my friend into is $336.43 delivered & he was moaning over the $36.43 more. If the Pioneer 1014 can be had for under $350 delivered I think I would really push my friend into spending the $50 more.
     
  12. Tim Reed

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    This is easy - spend 50$ more and get the Yamaha HTR-5760. Excellent performance and flexibility + extraordinary reliability.

    Its amazing what $350 can buy.
     
  13. Wayne Ernst

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    Agreed. For the money, the Yamaha HTR-5760 has got to be one of the best bargains out there.
     
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    Yamaha htr-5740 $260 jandr.com...it's the 5760 without a couple of bells and whistles.[​IMG]
     
  15. Bill Will

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    Anthony, I've heard the 5760 & it sounded pretty nice to me so how does the 5740 sound compared to the "60"? Also Happy Thanksgiving [​IMG]
     

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