JVC RX-DP10VBK-Anybody have one?

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  1. Ted Ross

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    Im am looking into this receiver & it is hard to find any info in this forum or on the web. Just curious if any owners could give me their 2 cents on this unit
     
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    I have a 9010 and am very happy with it. The only thing it doesn't have that I could ask for is DPLII...
     
  3. Paul Clarke

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    Either The Absolute Sound or Perfect Vision, can't remember which reviewed it a while back...also Sound & Vision, I think.

    It appears to be an excellent receiver and is well thought of. Most reviewers are naturally bemused at the thought of a JVC in this price range and class but are pleasantly surprised upon hearing/using it. You will likely find ownership of it pretty rare on this forum though.

    As a former mid-level JVC owner who is now using mid-high H/K I can say that I wouldn't hesitate to buy it if I was in the market...same goes for the DP9VBK if I needed less channels. The really killer feature on these things is the thorough and effective parametric EQ.
     
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    Thanks for the info-do any of you know if it does DTS-ES(either discrete or matrixed)?
     
  5. Bill Will

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    From S&V's REVIEW:
    HIGH POINTS
    Excellent Multichannel Performance
    Wide Dynamic range
    Bass Management for stereo signals
    Good Value
    LOW POINTS
    6.1 Channel decoding not available without THX Processing
    Sequential Ambience-mode selection
    No bass management for Mltichannel analog input
    From David Ranada the reviewer "I have no significant reservations in recommending the JVC RX-DP10V. It's a topflight performer with convenience features and operational flexibility few other receivers can match, and certainly not at this price.
    From The Key Features:
    Dolby Digital, DTS, & digital domain Dolby Pro Logic decoding with full THX post-processing.
    THX Surround EX decoding & amplification for Dolby Digital EX & DTS-ES Matrix 6.1-channel soundtracks.
    If you want I would check with Earl Simpson on this board because he did a lot of investigating on this receiver & if I remember right, he had found it for around $999
    You might also want to check the full S&V report it maybe up on their website www.soundandvisionmag.com & check www.ecostics.com because they have a review of the JVC RX-DP7V which is the step down model from the 10V.
    Hope this helps you out & if you might want something from the JVC Receiver Catalog I have it. Also you might want to download the owners manual, it's up on JVC's website. I think the manuals are under "customer support"
     
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    Thanks Bill
     
  7. Paul Clarke

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    Ted,

    The other review was in The Perfect Vision issue #40 (Jan/Feb 02).
     

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