That’s why I can’t wait to get the AVR-X3700 with this better MultEQ XT32, for now I have no choice until I’m a bit more flush with cash
Both of those are sold out if you looking them at Peter Tyson! They can´t be added to cart = sold out.Guys
got a chance to get a Denon AVR-X4500H, it’s from 2018... it’s going for an amazing price!
or should I save up and get the Denon AVR-X3700 or slightly older X3600?
I wouldn´t hurry as the price will drop closer to christmas 200-300£ like it did with the X3600H. Pricespy price history shows 999£ when new and 25.12 it cost 719£!That’s why I can’t wait to get the AVR-X3700 with this better MultEQ XT32, for now I have no choice until I’m a bit more flush with cash
£499 I thought it was going for, I then get an email from the company saying it’s an error on their website, just my luck!! Oh well Back to square one trying to find a 3600 3700 or 4500 somewhere else4500 is a great avr if you can get it at a good price. How much are you talking?
The Denon tick a lot of boxes and offer good value for the money. Other options would be Marantz, Pioneer, Onkyo, Yamaha. You have to look at the key requirements for you. Room correction etc.Any other make of AVR other than the Denons that are around the same prices but better sonically?
It's really easy. Front left and right pre-outs from a receiver into the dedicated direct line in RCA on the amp. The front left and right speakers are then wired into the stereo amp. When using the stereo amp for film and TV you will have to select 'Direct' (that's on a Rega Elicit-R as an example). That's it. Volume is then controlled by the receiver. On initial set up all you have to do is EQ the stereo amp into the system.Will be great to listen to my Music CD’s using the stereo amp for a nicer sound over the AVR... I’m just uncertain how to set all that up if someone can send me a tutorial or someat, knowing me I’ll blow everything up