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What receivers besides h/k 520 offer similar 40,60,80,100 x-over choices?

Discussion in 'Archived Threads 2001-2004' started by Todd smith, Apr 11, 2002.

  1. Todd smith

    Todd smith Supporting Actor

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    Just wondering what other receivers in the 1000.00 range offer this. Is this a good thing to have or is it not that big a deal. I really like the h/k 520, but it doesnt have ddex. how about the onkyo 898? does it have the x-over options? How would the 898 do against the denon 3802 for music and ht?
     
  2. parin_patel

    parin_patel Stunt Coordinator

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    I believe the Sony STR-DA5ES allows this (from 40 Hz to 200 Hz in 10 Hz increments). It also supports wideband equalization on all channels. There has been some interest in this receiver on the forum lately, and people have reported that they've been able to find it for $750-$850 online from places like 6th Ave, Oades, and Onecall (all authorized dealers).
    PS: The Onkyo 898 is a THX Certified receiver and, to my knowledge, only supports an 80 Hz crossover.
     
  3. Juan_R

    Juan_R Supporting Actor

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    Does anybody know how low the X-over on the Pioneer Elite 47TX goes?
     
  4. KonradN

    KonradN Stunt Coordinator

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    i may be wrong but after reading the h/k 520 manual it appears that the xover only applies to the sub channel which is kind of redundant since most subs have a build in low pass variable xover.
     
  5. Paul Clarke

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    I believe the Outlaw 1050 offers 60, 80, 100, 120, 150, 200.
     
  6. Patrick R. Sklenar

    Patrick R. Sklenar Second Unit

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    Paul is correct. A new 1050 is $499 and a B-Stock 1050 is $449. Note that the B-Stock comes with the same full warrenty and 30 day money back gaurantee as the new ones.
     

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