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Thanks to those that helped me last night. I went from a kenwood vr-209 to a vr-507

Discussion in 'Archived Threads 2001-2004' started by todd stone, Dec 9, 2001.

  1. todd stone

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    Bought it for $299 at circuit city. Gonna hook it up soon
     
  2. Sean Conklin

    Sean Conklin Screenwriter

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    Allright Todd, enjoy!!
     
  3. todd stone

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    wow, I love this thing! Much better then my old vr-209, not that, that one was bad in its day.
    Question, for those that own this, which LISTENING mode do you think is best?
     
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    What source are you talking about? DVD, CD, radio, cable tv, vhs tapes.
     
  5. todd stone

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    dvd and for cds
     
  6. Sean Conklin

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    For DVD straight Dolby Digital, or dts, do the DSP modes even work while in DD or dts?

    For CD's I like "source direct" and do not use or have DSP's as I have the 407.
     
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    dolby digital and dts for dvds. dolby pro-logic 2 music mode for cds.
     
  8. todd stone

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    Thank you all
     
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    Jerome Grate Cinematographer

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    Enjoy Todd, I still have my 209 for the stereo upstairs that the wife listens to with some older infinitys speakers and my first DIY 12" sub. I tried to move it into the bedroom but she wasn't having it.
     
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    Hate to rain on the parade, but Circuit city has the VR509 for $299 (at least in Chicago) They are trying to dump it and discontinue them from their stores.....They were throwing in 2 speakers for free also.
     
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    Glad to help. Based on my experience with the VR-507 I recommended it to you in your original thread and I'm sure you're gonna love it!
    Enjoy your new toy! [​IMG]
    Vin
     
  12. Bill Johnston

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    Locally @ all the detroit stores... they have both 507's and 509's for $299.00... I am leaning twards the 509 myself... I was/still am looking @ the 510, but am not convinced that it's worth the extra $$$$$$$$$$$$$ over the 509/507...

    Maybe you might want to exchange it for a 509 for the same price... good machine either way so don't worry about keeping the 507...

    Bill
     
  13. todd stone

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    why are people dumping the 509? is it crap?
     

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