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  1. That seems odd to me how they were packaged when I bought my 280s the bottoms were attached already when I opened the box... Were they in thethe original boxes with original packaging...?
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    Nad t758v3 or Marantz 6011, 12 or 7011 ect

    Hey WVU thanks for input right now I think I’m leaning towards either the SR 7011 or the SR 7012 certainly can appreciate input and enjoy some of the other post I’ve read from you before.... From what I’ve seen in your other post looks like you really enjoy the 6011 and looks like you have a pretty nice set up as well... Right now I’m trying to figure out with the main differences are between the two I listed above? A review on YouTube says the older one has more power but I don’t think that’s true any insight on this? I do know that the 7011 was a sound and vision topic Pick though
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    Nad t758v3 or Marantz 6011, 12 or 7011 ect

    Yeah you definitely have some valid points and bang for buck I definitely agree with you there. I think that’s partly the reason why I’m not sure which direction I want to go. I’m having a hard time letting go of the sound of the NAD. However I definitely think you get a lot more for your money with the Marantz. Definitely appreciate your input. And by the way it sounds like you have a pretty awesome system for just being a noob. Lol
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    Nad t758v3 or Marantz 6011, 12 or 7011 ect

    Hey Gary thank you for the in-depth information really appreciate it definitely a lot to consider... I was leaning toward the NAD but now I’m not sure... When you read about it online it sounds like it’s a step up from even xt32, But maybe that’s not quite the case after reading what you said above... I’m currently running RP 280 for my front mains with the 250 C for center... rears are tannoy mercury m1s for now and sub is a dynamo 500... I went from a Denon AVR 2800 to the Denon AVRX 1000 but have not been overly impressed with the newer one even though it’s more modern how are the power is definitely lacking compared to the other one... Awesome system you have by the way...
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    Nad t758v3 or Marantz 6011, 12 or 7011 ect

    Unfortunately I don’t have anywhere where that I can hear them both side-by-side... Nonetheless I really appreciate you in put thanks again And I will be sure to update once I make a decision and let you know what I think
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    Nad t758v3 or Marantz 6011, 12 or 7011 ect

    Hey isotope thanks for the reply I think I’m only more confused now LOL.... The thing I like about the NAD is the fact that It has DIRAC Which I heard is awesome and Supposedly a cut above Odyssey, But also pretty involved to set up... Are you running regular Odyssey or does yours have odyssey XT 32? My current receiver only has Odyssey XT so I don’t really want to move over to anything else that has Odyssey XT as it would only be a lateral move in my mind.... If you are running Odyssey XT 32 what is your opinion on that...? It does seem like you get more for your money however if you are running Marantz as in channel driven compared to the NAD.... However when I heard the NAB I have to say the sound quality was awesome...
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    Nad t758v3 or Marantz 6011, 12 or 7011 ect

    You’re welcome and thanks again I guess no one else has experience with these brands.... lol
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    is New Reference Premiere (2018) same model no?

    No, the model numbers have changed.
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    Nad t758v3 or Marantz 6011, 12 or 7011 ect

    Hey Bill thanks a lot for the response I was hoping I’d hear from you I read your post quite often find your information valuable. I was hoping you’d heard Marantz before but nonetheless I’ve been leaning toward NAD anyway... Hopefully I’ll get a few more responses with some opinions out there..... If I’m not Mistaken I believe I’m right down the road from you here in Melbourne Florida you were kissimee right?
  10. Looking to upgrade my receiver looking for opinions between the listed above... I’ve heard both but not side by side... really like the sound of the nad, but pricey, However Marantz is loaded with features and sounds good as well... I am however pretty interested in the Dirac... But not sure I want the complexity.... Would like to hear from some of you that may have owned both however all points of view are appreciated... will be replacing a denon x1000 Which is still good but I’m looking for more power and better room correction...
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    Choices Choices, R-28F, RP-280F, R-25C, R-15M; Help!

    I have the 280s, they are awesome, much better than the 28f... well worth the higher price...
  12. Are you sure the price is right for the reference premiere does not seem like they would be that much more even there in New Zealand.. I agree with Scrappy-Doo however I have the rp280f and love them if the prices lower than what you're thinking it is and not much more than the reference I would get those reference premiere instead...
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    Klipsch rsx for atmos duty

    Yeah I've been looking a little bit on eBay looks like you can find some that are cheaper, I'm thinking they may have a better overall performance than the 140 140s.... thanks for the input I'm going to take a look at the x-series in a minute....
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    Klipsch rsx for atmos duty

    Thinking about using some Klipsch RSX for Atmos Duty.. currently using the reference Premiere series as mains and wondering if this would be a seamless transition with the RSX... the reference Premiere 140s seem a bit pricey to me.... so I was wondering if the rsx might be a viable option for me since they can be found used for a good bit less than the reference premiere atmos speakers...
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    black veneer or ebony vinyl

    Hey Jim, I would go with rp-450c, it is designed to match your to 280fs.... Klipsch made the 450ca version to match the 280fa version because the 280fas actually have the veneer... what you if you didn't know already know the a stands for Atmos... also I'm not sure where you're seeing the pricing but it looks like the ca version is $200 more on Klipsch website.... hope that helps