It's quite right that you should pay more for AV equipment as you have more sunshine. I'd be willing to trade a few pounds for more sunOriginally posted by michaelab
Just out of interest Test005, what price are you being offered for a 5200 (in Euros)? Here in Portugal they're ridiculously expensive
I believe it can affect quite a few amps. I have read a post on these forums before about Denons doing the same thing.Originally posted by James45
ah the plot thickens! What make amps buns? I thought momentary sound delay was unique to the Marantz.
but if this is the case, then surely most people should experience the sound drop out!?Originally posted by James45
if denon dvd players include memory buffers to get rid of layer change picture freeze... would their sound signal be buffered as well... this would get rid of the problem... but cost me a fortune for a 2800 mk2 or 3800.... arrrr.... upgraditus... it's got me.
any ideas if this is likely though?
I never thought I'd hear that said about rip off Britain.Originally posted by Test005
I've noticed on this board, that the UK guys seem to get good "bang for the buck", that's good for you!
andWith its superb all-round performance, the Marantz proves that its still well worthy of the Best Buy tag it won in our Awards 2001.
What the Marantz definitely has in its favour is the ability to sound confident and involving with music. Its still the Best Buy in this market sector.
It got a 5 star "best buy" rating from What HiFi? in 2001 and 2002.This Marantz entry-level multichannel receiver has just about everyting.
If you are into movies and music, the SR4200 is a first-rate performer: an ample 5 x 70W per channel thrills with gutsy and dynamic sound, and the sparkling stereo is the best weve ever heard at this level. A breathtaking product.