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Home Theater and AVR UPGRADE!!!

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Hi There, how are you? I am planning to setup my HT with below, I listen to Music and movies (50-50 use) 
RP 250F (Front Left and Front Right)
RP 250C
RP 240S (rear left and rear right)
R 115 SW

HT room Dimension is 4.2m* 3.5m

>>>And thinking to go between Martanz SR7009 VS Denon X4200, could you please let me know which will be the best AV receiver for the above set-up to get the best performance? As both retail at same price. 

 

>>>I want to have reference premier set-up, for my room dimension will this overall config will be too big? do u have any recommendations? 

 

Currently listening to Denon 520BT AVR with JAMO Studio S 426 HCS 3 with JAMO SUB 210 Sub-woofer.

I hope Klipsch(8 Ohm Impedance) will be big setup forward in sound compared to JAMO (which is 6 Ohm Impedance)?

Please suggest and any recommendations most welcome !

Thanks in advance.

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Srini,

 

Welcome to the forum.

 

6 hours ago, Srini said:

>>>And thinking to go between Martanz SR7009 VS Denon X4200, could you please let me know which will be the best AV receiver for the above set-up to get the best performance? As both retail at same price. 

IMO, the AVR with the best price you can afford.  I dont think you can go wrong with either model/brand.

 

6 hours ago, Srini said:

>>>I want to have reference premier set-up, for my room dimension will this overall config will be too big? do u have any recommendations? 

Not too big at all.

 

Bill

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^^^ what he said!

most AVR's are about the same. 

if you went Separates, that's a whole notha' level! i personally suggest separates because it's easier to upgrade, but the 1 big draw back, it's slower to get the newest features.  

take HDR for TVs now.  if your TV is HDR, then you buy a HDR player....now your receiver has to have it or at least a pass through that will allow it.  so there is a slight trade off.

Emotiva MC-700 = $599

Emotiva A-700 = $599

that processor is HDR compliant.total cost is $1200 for a true 7ch amp.  AVR's never have the advertised watts per channel and the number they do show, is ONLY for a 2ch set up.  you can also buy an AVR and hook up a Emotiva Amp to it.  i did that for a while, but in reality it's cheaper to just get the processor.

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