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Denon 3802 to 2805 or 3805, lipsync probs

Discussion in 'AV Receivers & Amplifiers' started by Benrudd1, Oct 16, 2004.

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    Hi all,

    I have recently added a Denon 2200 to my gear :thumbsup:, while pleased with the results I have started to notice lipsync issues more and more.

    As a result I am considering a receiver change but would like to keep the costs down

    Mainly looking at the Denon's as I like the sound and the feature list looks ideal. 3 component inputs, audio delay and room eq sound right up my street.

    Question is has anyone compared the 2805 to the 3802 as it is about £250 cheaper than the 3805. However I don't want to buy one and find it sounds worse than the 3802.

    Point to note. My room is tiny 3.5m x 2.5m and i'm only running the 3802 up to about -25db max at the moment

    Thanks in advance
     
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    change of plan :oops:

    Have spent the weekend playing with the gear and watching a few films.

    Turns out the lipsync probs were down to a couple of bad discs, because everything else I have watched has been fine :thumbsup:

    There's a couple of hundred pounds saved :clap:
     

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