Denon 1802 or 2802 for Norhs

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  1. Sam_h

    Sam_h Auditioning

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    I just got my Nohr 4.0 ceramic video system (5 speaker) and my SVS 20-39 is on its way. Now I need to buy a receiver and was wondering whether or not the 2802 is worth the extra money for my small apartment, and if so why?
     
  2. BryanZ

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    I'd say it depends upon if you will be adding external amplification and a sixth channel in the future. If not, the 1802 will be fine for you. If yes, then go for the 2802.
     
  3. Joe Greca

    Joe Greca Stunt Coordinator

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    Or if you need component video switching!
     
  4. Ashok

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    Remember, the 1802 does have pre-amps for all channels except the surrounds. That's a feature that you don't see often in many comparable receivers (Kenwood VR-509, Onkyo 595, etc.).
     

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