Best online price for RX-V2400

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  1. MaxMenon

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    where can I find the RX-V2400 online ... for a good price ?

    Thanks.

    Max
     
  2. Drew_W

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    etronics ?
     
  3. TyreeS

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    the best price i have seen is $741
     
  4. Wayne Ernst

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    Are you looking for just the "best price" or the "best price" and a valid warranty?
     
  5. TyreeS

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    best price matters most
     
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    [​IMG] - Nice link. Actually, after owning the H/K AVR-7200, I'm now quite happy with the Yamaha receiver on my shelf.

    I guess I'm just one who likes my music to sound a bit more detailed - and the Yamaha took care of that for me. The only downside on going with the Yamaha is that I no longer have the heat from the H/K to cook my eggs with in the morning.

    Seriously, though, the AVR-7200 has got to be the best deal that has happened in the past 6 months in H.T. Being able to get such a "bulk" of a receiver for $800 is a steal. I just wish that I could have had more $$ to purchase new speakers at the time to balance out my H/K a bit.
     
  8. Dah-Dee

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    Doesn't take a fortune -- the 7200 sounds beautiful with my new Infinity Alpha 50 mains, Alpha 1200S sub and JBL S36II/PM surrounds! Just gotta keep an eye out for those deals to go with your deals [​IMG]

    The 7200 is plenty detailed, by the way -- I just don't like my music too bright... and the h/k took care of that for me, in comparison to the Yamahas I was also considering at the time [​IMG]

    *Waits for MuneebM to freak out*
     
  9. MaxMenon

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    Hmm .. I asked for the Yamaha .. and one of you sent me over to a HK product link ...

    FWIW ... I need ProLogic IIx and I need the parametric equalization ... which the HK does not have !

    For a very objective review of the Yamaha RX-V2400 go here
     
  10. Wayne Ernst

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    ??? The RX-V2400 has *both* parametric EQ and DPL IIx. Granted, you might get a 2400 that hasn't had the upgrade for DPL IIx applied. However, Yamaha will provide the upgrade for the receiver.
     
  11. MaxMenon

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    Oops ... I meant that yamaha has this ... but HK does not. Sorry for the confusion.
     
  12. MuneebM

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    John David, Max is looking for a Yamaha RX-V2400 and you refer him to an H/K 7200? I don't know if you noticed the title of this thread but it is "Best online price for RX-V2400" NOT H/K 7200. You've criticized me in the past for being non-objective, but with your post above you've been completely non-objective and completely irrelevant to the subject of the thread. How much more subjective can you be than throwing in your 2 cents about an H/K receiver in a thread that talks about the best price for a Yamaha RX-V2400! [​IMG]
     
  13. MaxMenon

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    I agree with MuneebM.

    I was not asking for opinions on any specific receiver - rather wanted to find out the best price out there for the RX-V2400.

    Thanks MuneebM for pointing this out.
     
  14. MuneebM

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    No problem Max, just doing my daily forum service [​IMG]

    By the way Max, are you aware that if you buy the Yamaha RX-V2400 from an unauthorized Yamaha internet reseller then Yamaha won't give you the 2 year manufacturer's warranty? If you don't care for that, the best price I had found when I was shopping for my RX-V2400 was on etronics.com, but I ended up buying it from a local store.
     
  15. Dah-Dee

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    MuneebM (and Max): I WAS KIDDING!!! Sheesh. [​IMG]


    ....and MuneebM: I've not "criticized" you about not being objective -- I've kidded about it, obviously not being serious, and making fun of my own bias in the same post!!!! [​IMG] to you!!! [​IMG] LIGHTEN UP!!!

    EDIT: You both seem to have missed the freaking [​IMG] in the first post, too. Good grief.

    Edit2: In addition, MuneebM, the post you quoted was not in response to Max's post but to Wayne's comments on his experience.
     
  16. MuneebM

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    John David, I was kidding too, I think [​IMG]

    LIGHTEN UP! [​IMG]
     
  17. Dah-Dee

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    I don't think you were.
     
  18. MuneebM

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    Ok, then I apologize for being so darn anal. I felt like you were kinda serious in your previous posts on another thread about me being very subjective. No hard feelings dude [​IMG]
     
  19. Dah-Dee

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    I'll have to take another look at your various posts where people are requesting advice for specific applications. Are you completely lacking in objectivity? I don't know. We'll see. You certainly seem defensive about it -- I really don't see how you could have missed that I was joking previously. Whatever.
     
  20. MuneebM

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    Now I know you ain't jokin'... right? Man, its hard to tell with you
     

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