Receivers with "amp'd" second zone? Choices?

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  1. Aaron H

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    Hi everyone,
    I've been looking for a receiver to go in my bedroom setup. My main concern is that the receiver I buy must be able to power a second zone of speakers without the use of an external power amp. What are my choices here? I'd like to find a used Outlaw 1050, and am also considering the lower end Denon's and Onkyo's (1802 or 595, etc - something in the $300-$400 range at most).
    Again, my main concern is that I don't have to buy an additional power amp for the other zone. I've been trying the follow the posts, and I think there are quite a few receivers that would require an amp, but is this just if a full 5.1 set-up is hooked up to the main speaker-outs? I only really plan to do a stereo set-up in the bedroom, maybe 2 fronts and a center and sub at most. Probably won't be doing the rear speakers in the bedroom at all.
    Any suggestions? Sorry for the long post....
    Aaron
    PS. Also, what do you think would be a good price to pay for a used Outlaw 1050?
    [Edited last by Aaron H on October 17, 2001 at 08:02 PM]
     
  2. Aaron H

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    Anyone?
    Aaron
     
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    $300
     

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