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Onkyo Integra DTR-9.1 vs Onkyo TX-DS989

Discussion in 'AV Receivers & Amplifiers' started by hjEx, Jul 2, 2001.

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    Anyone knows the differences between them?
     
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    I have a feeling that they are one & the same.

    Dont mind be proved wrong though!

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    Check out www.onkyousa.com

    They have a handy comparison feature.

    Nothing about the Integra 9.1 though.

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    You can see the Integra 9.1 at Integra Homepage.
    Now with the Dolby Prologic II, DTS Neo and DTS ES Discrete how do they compare to Denon AVC-A1 SE?
    See this comparative Denon AVC-A1SE vs Onkyo TX-DS989
    I need to decide wich one to buy but can´t find any place to hear them.
    Any commentary apreciated.
     
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    You could check out www.audioreview.com they have consumer reviews of both these units.

    The Denon is a superb unit, my cousin has one and swears by it, also a lot of the members of this board own one too.

    I´ve not come across anyone (yet) that has the Integra or the Onkyo.

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