Which Receiver

Discussion in 'Archived Threads 2001-2004' started by Brent Harritt, Jan 19, 2002.

  1. Brent Harritt

    Brent Harritt Auditioning

    Jan 19, 2002
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    I am getting ready to upgrade to a Digital/DTS receiver and would like to keep the price below $500 (street price). I will be keeping my existing speakers which are as follows:

    Center Speaker Polk-Audio CS350LS

    Side Speakers Polk-Audio RT16

    Rear Speakers Polk-Audio M3

    Sub Woofer Klipsch SW10

    I also need a phono input (I am not yet ready to give up my vinyl collection yet) and S-video switching (to hold me until I get HDTV, current TV only has one S-video input). My use would be about 60% TV/Movie 40% Music

    Thanks in Advance.
  2. Brian Johnson

    Brian Johnson Supporting Actor

    Oct 21, 2001
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    Welcome to the forum Brent.

    Have you went & checked out any receivers locally. I would do that first, find out what YOU like and then maybe ask back here. They also have a powerful search feature on this board. I usually search a few words & have it search topics only. I can usually find several posts on the subject I'm looking for.

    A few months ago I bought my first 'receiver' I researched for at least 2 months. I ended up buying an entry level receiver, a Denon AVR1602. Its got the features I was looking for and it definitely has enough power for me. And for $300 bucks it was a cheap ticket in.

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