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  1. 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)
  2. Hi there, currently looking for an amplifier (integrated or separate) for my RF-82 II's. After some time searching i have found the integrated Yamaha A-S801 or separate Emotiva BasX PT-100 and BasX A-300 that both seems like a good match. Any opinions on these, or any other amps that would be a good match in the same price range? Both are around 1200$ in my country.
  3. Looking to trade my vintage Yamaha NS-1000M speakers with original speaker grills and stands, and Yamaha MX-2 Power Amplifier. Looking for Klipsch heritage speakers or a high end tube amplifier. I am in Central Florida.
  4. I have an Yamaha RX-A770 (Rated Output Power (20Hz-20kHz, 2ch driven, 95 W (8 ohms, 0.06% THD) Considering upgrading my speakers to a pair of Klipsch RP-260Fs and a RP-450C. Will my receiver be powerful enough? Wife doesn't like it "too loud" so I am hoping based on that I will be ok. I also have a SVS SB-1000.
  5. I wasn't actively looking but I had my eye out for a CR-2040 for years. I finally picked one up here recently with a case that was scuffed up a bit and a few marks on the face plate. I removed the knobs and did a light treatment with the magic eraser to find that the face place and controls were perfect! Hmmm... I'm going to have to make the cabinet match! Anybody who thinks Yamaha doesn't have low end hasn't heard the 2040! It was sounding pretty good but there was that familiar grainy sound that I've heard from other tired old caps so I took the electronics to @paul79 at Many Moons Audio for a complete rebuild. While the innards are at Paul's for a spa treatment that will give me plenty of time to get the cabinet fixed up. Well, that empty cabinet has been staring at me long enough so I guess I will get started.
  6. I'm planning to buy Klipsch RF-82 II & Yamaha A-S801 but I'm concerned about their compatibility. I watched some videos where it is recommended to buy an integrated amp with at least 50% more power than speakers' power. According to this advice, these two are not compatible. RF-82 II's power is 150W where A-S801 sends 100W per channel. But there are issues about sensitivity too. So can anyone tell me if Yamaha A-S801 is going to be enough for RF-82 II? Thank you in advance. Cem A-S801 specs: http://usa.yamaha.com/products/audio-visual/hifi-components/amps/a-s801/ RF-82 II specs: http://images.klipsch.com/RF82II_635042119237310000.pdf
  7. Hi I have Built the home theater of my dreams , But now i need an AV receiver and iam kinda lost , i only watch Movies , and LOVE " in your face effect " especially from over head , my set up is 7.2.4 and consists off the following : Fronts : 2x Klipsch RP-280F Center : 1x Klipsch RP-450C Surrounds : 2x Klipsch RP-250S Surround Back : 2X Klipsch RP-280F Ceiling : 4X CDT 5800C II Subwoofer : 2x SVS SB-13 Ultra Power Amp: Integra DTA-70.1 9ch power amp As you could see its a Big system , but i normal watch a movie no where near the Reference level , not even close to half of that . i would like to ask from these two AV receiver " Yamaha RX-A3060 or Anthem AVR720 " which one would you go for ? also i love Up-mixing off non atmos or DTS:X conent so would like a receiver that dose that pretty well. Room size is 5m x 4m , and its acoustically treated ( with bass traps and sound absorption placed in there correct place Thank you
  8. Hello, I'm forced to change my amp in following "desktop" setup: notebook -> Audioquest Dragonfly v1.2 -> Wireworld Luna 7 -> Denon PMA-720 AE -> Oehlbach Bi-tech 4 -> Klipsch RB-81 II. My budget for amp is 550 € (610 $). Local dealers offer mostly Cambridge Audio, Marantz, NAD, Yamaha and Onkyo. Any recommendations? I'm also considering a DAC upgrade. Something like Cambridge Audio DAC Magic Plus would be nice. Do you think it's a good idea or should I look for more expensive amp with build-in DAC instead? One way or another I need to buy a USB cable... Any advices regarding a cable company with reasonable prices considering my budget and setup. As for genres. I'm listening to all of them
  9. JBCODD

    The Beast has awakened

    Finally got the hi if up and running after 15 yrs of cold (Colorado) and hot (Phoenix) storage. As documented elsewhere, I got a set of la Scala about a month ago. Due to a dead CD player I powered them with a Pioneer boom box. Surprisingly, this sounded quite good. A whole lot better than the I pod dock I had been listening to. Well, my wife turned up a Yamaha CDC-585 at a yard sale for a fin. Hooked this to the existing Yamaha C-60 pre and M-65 amp and got ready to listen to awesome stereo. I got awesome mono. No left channel. Bummer. A bit of t/s and a loose output connection on the pre was found. A dab of solder later and the schweeet sounds were heard. I expected improvement, but the increase in fidelity was most astounding. Tracks which were muffled before were now crystal. This is the Yamaha sound I remember.I think I will be enjoying this for a while.
  10. Was looking at selling some of my speakers and equipment but don't know what its worth below is a few items I have all have original remotes and packaging 2 each Klipsch Chorus II speakers mint condition 2 each Tangent 500 mint condition Yamaha NS-AC40X Center Channel Speaker stored in original box Onkyo Integra M-504 Amplifier still with original box dbx 1bx-d3 still with original box DBX SNR-1 Source noise reduction still with original box dbx TX-3MkII AM-FM TUNER still with original box Yamaha EQ-630 Graphic Equalizer still with original box Yamaha Natural Sound AV Receiver HTR-5250 still with original box dbx CX-3MkII CONTROL AMPLIFIER I think I can only see dbx CX-3 tape is on the box so I cant read the rest its also in its original box PIONEER PD T507 CD PLAYER DOUBLE DECK not in original box my son decided to use it for a school project
  11. bobpni2

    Receiver and CD player

    YamahaRX-V2090 Natural sound stereo Receiver -seven speaker 100w +100w RMS Output. 5Channel discrete input for Dolby Surround Digital,40station random access preset tuning. asking $325.00 Sony 200 CD player When calling leave message Asking $150.00 Email me at robertpniewski@sbcglobal I'm in Connecticut
  12. ***SOLD*** Like new Yamaha AVENTAGE RX-A3010 audio/visual 9.2 channel receiver. 150 watts per channel. Black, loaded with features and connections. Only three years old and paid $1,400+ new and is well taken care of, looks and runs like new. Includes box, both a CD owners manual and a printed manual in a binder, YPAO calibration microphone, two remote controls (main and mini), power cord. This receiver supports ARC (audio return channel); Dolby True HD and DTS Master and other Blu-ray formats. Easy, on-screen set up with most settings already dialed in; loaded with latest firmware. Weighs about 40 lbs. so it is rock steady. Selling for $400. Will accept U.S. Postal Money Order, PayPal "gift" method. Will share shipping charges depending on final sales price. Send PM if interested but better to send email to benreed@cox.net. Live in Baton Rouge. Visit (cut and paste) the following link for more specs: http://usa.yamaha.com/products/audio-visual/aventage/rx-a3010_black_u/?mode=model#mode=paging&list=within
  13. Would anyone happen to have experience running a Yamaha Integrated amplifier with the original Klpisch forte'? or even Marantz I have my eyes on these models Marantz PM6005, Marantz PM5005, Yamaha A-S301, and the Yamaha A-S501. Which would sound best with the forte? if at all, and would the 45 watts even be enough if i went with the Marantz? if neither of these would be a good choice it would be greatly appreciated if someone more experienced than myself could recommend a different make. but I have a $700-$800- budget rather stay around the $500 mark, opinions and recommendations would be great! let me know what you guys think.
  14. Feezelbum

    New (integrated) Amp Day

    Evening all... Well, as some of you know, I was in the market for a new amp, and based on a few recommendations, and a lot of wavering between a couple of different units, I purchased a Yamaha A-S2100. I cam home from work today, and within an hour the UPS truck pulled up to drop of my much anticipated purchase. Initial inspection showed no apparent damage to the packaging so by all appearances, the unit had a safe journey. After enjoying a wonderful meal prepared by my wife, it was time to unpack. I cleared a space on my cabinet to temporarily accommodate the new unit, and with utility knife in hand, ever so carefully begun to cut away the packing tape, fighting back the excitement. Pulling it from it's packing, I set the unit in it's temporary location and admired the denseness of the unit. Almost as if chiseled from a block of aluminum, it was heavy, and very sturdy in feel. A quick inspection for damage revealed no visible flaws, dents or scratches, and I was impressed with it's overall fit and finish. As I proceeded to make the necessary connections to give this beauty a test drive, I opted to forgo connecting my equalizer and run the bass and treble flat on the unit for the initial experience, if for no other reason than to just hear its native tone. I power up the unit, and queue up 10,000 Maniacs - In My Tribe. It's difficult to give you a review of what I heard, as I have very little experience with a very small sampling of audio equipment, and can only compare to what I have been using for the last 10 years or so. Let me say, I wasn't impressed...... I was absolutely floored. The clarity from this unit was the first thing I noticed. Very crisp and accurate. There also seemed to be an evenness across the mid-range and highs. The HK unit seemed as if the highs dominated and really stepped over the mids. The bass response was good. I live in the low-end, probably much more so than most, but it was certainly enjoyable and seemed more detailed, and not so muddy. If I had to make a complaint, the only one so far is that when adjusting the treble or bass, the unit clicks and briefly stops playing. It's almost as if when in the flat position, it is "off". When you turn to adjust the level, it turns "on", clicks and stops playing for a second. Is this normal to Yamaha units? I hope to find some time this weekend to check out the phono amp, as well as open the unit up a bit and keep the neighbors pissed. I want to send a special thanks to those that responded in my other thread that helped me to make this purchase. In my ears, it was the right one.
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