Denon AVR 1306 stolen - what to move on too?

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  1. Ironlegion

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    Hi,

    first off Happy birthday AV Forums!

    I was hoping some one would be able to help me. Recently my Denon AVR 1306 receiver was stolen from my home :(, I now have to go about buying a new receiver. My budget is £200 and if at all possible would would like something thats an improvement over the 75watt per channel output of the 1306.

    Any ideas would be greatly appreciated.
     
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    hi,just bought the Denon 1907 avr,sounds great with my Tannoy SFX 5.1 speakers and in Richersounds it is priced at £170.I found the set up hard but now that it is up and running i just love it.
    sorry for your troubles
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  4. Ironlegion

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    Thanks guys.

    I guess a 7.1 system can handle a 5.1 set up then, as that was goingto be next question. I've been looking at the denon and it seems to be th way to go. Going to take a trip down to my local richer sounds some time soon and have a gander.

    Cheers for the help.

    Iron.
     
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    Yes, you can tell the amp that you only have 5.1 speakers and it will ignore the surround backs. Some amps will also let you use the unused two back channels to bi-amp the front speakers (if your speakers support this).
     
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    its £199 at RS - how £170?
     

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