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Need a new AVR with Preamp Outs

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I have a Pioneer VSX-1121-K AVR that is dieing. It has the dreaded UE22 error. It will cost $400.00 + to repair.

 

I will be looking to replace it with a new AVR. Problem is, I need Preamp outs and it is getting harder to find one with Pre amp outs for a decent price.

 

Does any one know of a 300 - 500 dollar AVR with Pre outs? With Black Friday and Cyber Monday here, this should not be hard to do.

 

I need at least Pre outs for  L  R  SL  SR  Center  and Sub.

 

Any Ideas?

 

Bill

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How does as man decide now. Which one you like better?

 

Sorry.

 

From what I have heard/read, Yamaha seems to be the most reliable brand.  On the other hand, I have enjoyed my trouble free Onkyo TX-SR705 since 2007.

 

Bill

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It used to be you could get a good AVR with preouts for under $600.  I think most around 1k or more now.  My SC61 is still hanging in there and i will keep it as long as it works.

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If we're looking for a good receiver with pre outs and didn't care about Atmos..... I probably get one of those Cambridge Audio 7.1 that Accessories4less sells. I think it's the 551R

G.E.M

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I'm struggling with this exact issue, and although I'm not really in need of the Atmos, it seems to be included with current offerings.

I'm leaning toward upping my budget to $1000 which would allow consideration of the Dennon avr-x4200w, with 125wpc / 7.2 Atmos  / 4K  / HD / wifi / bluetooth / airplay / Audyssey Platinum with LFE - and it is HDCP 2.2 compliant.

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I have the Onk 717, bought in 2013 for $500.  It was 110 wpc and the pre-outs are why I bought that model.  My Onk sounds great has a lot of codecs (not Atmos) and has been 100% reliable.

 

I'm not sure which new Onk fits into your budget and pre-out needs.

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If you need the pre-outs, you are obviously looking for an amp somewhere down the road.  Have you considered a dedicated pre-out and pick up an amp?

 

Mr. Teaman will be along shortly to recommend a nice Emotiva for you.  B)

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I have the Onk 717, bought in 2013 for $500.  It was 110 wpc and the pre-outs are why I bought that model.  My Onk sounds great has a lot of codecs (not Atmos) and has been 100% reliable.

 

I'm not sure which new Onk fits into your budget and pre-out needs.

+++

 

If you need the pre-outs, you are obviously looking for an amp somewhere down the road.  Have you considered a dedicated pre-out and pick up an amp?

 

Mr. Teaman will be along shortly to recommend a nice Emotiva for you.  B)

Be careful, he may recommend 5 - one for each channel.

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Mr. Teaman will be along shortly to recommend a nice Emotiva for youB)

Be careful, he may recommend 5 - one for each channel.

 

 

"One for each channel?"  Have you seen Teaman's signature quote, listing all his stuff? 

 

He's more likely to recommend five, one for each room:lol:

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