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Yamaha DSP-AX630SE or RX-V630

Discussion in 'AV Receivers & Amplifiers' started by kintyre, Nov 26, 2002.

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  1. kintyre

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    Are these identical apart from the radio stage in the RXV?

    Thnaks - Kintyre
     
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    Thanks wilber.

    Any other comments on the differences?

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    Thanks wilber.

    Any other comments on the differences?

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    Kintyre, I can't comment on any differences because apart from the inclussion of the tuner in the RXV & the inclussion of a tuner in jack on the DSP, there are no differences.

    I don't use the radio on my RXV as I take the input from my Sky+ box, so I can't comment on its quality (Only got the RXV 'cos it was cheaper the the DSP!)
     
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    Where did you see it cheaper - as far as I can see the DSP-AX is about £60 cheaper than the RX-V.

    Thanks for the reply.- Kintyre
     
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    I got my Yammy in August from Richer Sounds who had it for £320. They had the DSP priced at £345.
     

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