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'Dolby Digital Ready' amplifier or receiver?

Discussion in 'Archived Threads 2001-2004' started by Stasulos, Sep 30, 2002.

  1. Stasulos

    Stasulos Stunt Coordinator

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    Can anybody recommend any good 'Dolby Digital Ready' amplifier or receiver below $350?

    The idea is that I don't need the full-featured receiver because the DVD-player has the built-in decoders, so it' might be cheaper just to get the 'Dolby Digital Ready' amplifier.
     
  2. Yogi

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    I dont think they make them anymore. Unless you can find a used one from the old prologic days. These days however you can find a DD/DTS equipped receiver for under $200, new, so I don't see you'll save much by buying a used DD ready receiver.
     
  3. Pablo Abularach

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    I think your best option will be a Pioneer VSX-811, it does have a Dolby digital and DTS decoder, but you can buy in on the net for $300, and it do have 6.1 capability for DTS-ES and DD-EX, so it is a very good receiver for the money.
     
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  5. Pablo Abularach

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    Stasulos,

     

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