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DLP Dolby Lake Processor LP4D12 4in 12Out 2200$ Great Sounding Processors , this unit is used, fully tested and in excellent working condition! Very minor scratches on top of unit due to it being in a rack. (see pictures) The LP4D12 provides 4 analog inputs and 12 analog outputs. Firmware: LP 1.50.53 the voltage is 100 to 240 volt 50/60HZ very good used condition Number of Channels: up to 8 in / 16 out Connectivity: AES/EBU Digital In, AES/EBU Digital Out, S/PDIF Digital In, USB Interface, XLR In, XLR out Form factor: rack mountable CONTACT: email@example.com
Hello, I am thinking of doing an upgrade/update to my processor, from a Sunfire TGP-III to possibly a Yamaha CX-A5100 for a 5.2 system? Judging STRICTLY by sound quality, not bells and whistles or any other criteria, purely talking about sound, would it be and upgrade or a downgrade?? Any thoughts?? Thank you!!! Sunfire Cinema Grand 5 Channel 200 watts/channel Klipsch RF-63 Mains Klipsch RC-62 II Center Klipsch RS-52 II Surrounds Dual Subwoofers: RSW-10D's (2)
I've been considering going to a preamp processor for a few years and it's time to pull the trigger but I have never owned anything but HT receivers and don't like going into this blind. Here's my buying guidelines. 1. 7.2 would be preferred and nothing less than 7.1 2. I want something with balanced outputs and not just RCA's 3. I am looking to go used, in an attempt to get more for the money. 4. Music is and always will be primary 5. Don't care about Atmos or the number of HDMI's 6. I would like to keep the cost no more than $700 and less is great (was looking at an Anthem AVM20 that was $350, as an example but don't know anything about it or any other pre-pros) 7. My Onkyo equipment has served me well over the years, but I find that it's really not the sound that I'm looking for (I really want the stereo sound of my Sansui 8080 with the HT processing) I know that's a pretty defined list, but this has been swirling around for a while, and I really need some feedback from those of you that have been in this realm for a while and can help with the process. Thanks!