Arrrrgggg, I need a receiver.....

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  1. Chris Bates

    Chris Bates Stunt Coordinator

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    Ok guys here goes. I want to spend no more than $400 ebay money. Where do I turn? Do I go with a Kenwood 7080 for $375, A Sony 995 for $340, or what? I want the best bang for the buck that I can get. It will be used for movies. Help me out here would ya??? Please.........

    Thanks,
    Chris
     
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    Ive had the 7080 for 4 months and its great for movies, I also use it as a component video switch for HD and Progressive scan with no noticable video loss (using projector). Oh ya the remote is awesome and wife friendly.

    The HK 7200 at that price is steal it seems way underpriced and too good to be true HMM...?.
     
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    The Panasonic SA-HE200 will give you the very most bang for your buck. It has 130 watts/channel X 6 and all the bells and whistles that you could hope for. It is an excellent performer and sounds as good as any receiver. You can get it at J&R music for $299.00. I believe this to be your best value barring none. The Panasonic SA-HE200 is highly underated. It will give you many years of trouble free performance and is well constructed. At the above price, it's a steal.
     
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