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Flood damage, so new stuff!

Discussion in 'AV Receivers & Amplifiers' started by Mossyman, Jul 19, 2004.

  1. Mossyman

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    Hello all,

    I haven't been on here for a while so treat me gently, :laugh: , I have a feeliing my knowledge is a little rusty!

    As the title of the thread says, my home cinema has just been flooded - cistern broke so now waiting for the loss adjusters to get back to me. So, new equipment is needed.

    Firstly, an amp - I used to run SONY but now need something which is around the £600-£800 mark, with THX preferably. At present, I think this will partner some M&K's and with a middle of the range DVD player. Any help would be greatly appreciated! :thumbsup:

    All the best,

    Jon

    PS The system will be used mostly for films and the occasional music.
     
  2. Vodder

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    Cant go wrong with the Yamaha 1400 - tho supply is a nightmare outside of the UK for getting it at discounted pricing. I use a Pioneer 565A DVD player whihc does everything you could ask for plus DVD-Audio and SACD. Just been superceded by the 575, apparently just as good and only around £140!
     
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    I've just bought a Yamaha RX-V1400RDS for £640 from a proper hi-fi shop, natch.

    An excellent product.
     

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