New AV Reciever

Discussion in 'AV Receivers' started by Louisp, Nov 28, 2004.

  1. Louisp

    Louisp Stunt Coordinator

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    I need your help in selecting a new AVR for my living room. My speakers are Infinity Alpha series. Money is an issue.

    Associated equipment includes a Denon DVD 2200. The TV is a Sony KV-36HS420. TV signal is received from a Hughs DirecTV HD Receiver.

    DESIRED MINIMUM FEATURES
    6.1, DTS-6, LOG-7, DPL-II, DTS, 70WPC OR ABOVE, OSD, SPEAKER PLACEMENT UTILITY FROM REMOTE

    DESIRED PRICE
    1ST CHOICE:
     
  2. joseFMJ

    joseFMJ Stunt Coordinator

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    Budget? Features you desire?
     
  3. Louisp

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    I've added the data you suggested.

    Thanks,
    Louis
     
  4. ChadLB

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    The only receiver that offers logic 7 is HK. You may want to add PLIIx to your list as Logic 7 and PLIIx are suppose to be similiar....this will allow for more options.

    For Under $600
    Pioneer 1014tx
    Yamaha 1500/5760/5790
    Onkyo 602/702
    denon 2805
    HK 235,330,335
     
  5. Rob Kramer

    Rob Kramer Second Unit

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    Are you running 7.1 speakers? Else, why locic-7 (or DPLIIx)?
     
  6. joseFMJ

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    Chad listed the main contenders under 600$, you can add Kenwood8070.
    under 1K, see HK 635(avoid the 630, unresolved audio issues, fixed in the 635),Pioneer elite 54(56 might be over the 1K$) , Denon 3805, Marantz7500...
    Thats a good size room to fill. How efficient are those Infinity Alphas?
     

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