thanks I ended up ordering the 21 as found it at an excellent price.
Now looking at a TV. I just bgt a Pio 500M for the basement now my main TV's (10 yr old Proscan) picture is cutting in and out (not going black but wavy lines). Does it with no rhyme or reason. I was thinking of going with the new Panasonic 54v10 this time.
Is there any big advantage with staying with a Pioneer set to match the Pioneer reciever???
Anyone know the difference between the Denon AVR-890 and the 2310ci? All i can seem to find is the extra remote and +12v Trigger Output - Assignable.
I was looking at the 2310 before i read this article and compared them.
The 2310 also has an RS-232 port, just in case that matters.
Mains and Surrounds: NHT 1.5s, Center: NHT AudioCenter-1, Subs: SVS PC13-Ultra, SB13-Ultra, Receiver: Pioneer Elite VSX-23, Amps: Emotiva RPA-1, POS-1, Display: Panasonic TC-P50G10
My first choice is the Marantz SR6003 but it only has hdmi three inputs, This kills me. i have never owned Marantz but the only other avr i am looking at is the Onkyo sr-607. Does Marantz have a AVR is the same price range as the SR-607? i have owned an Onkyo SR-601 for the last five years and have been very happy with the performance. Right now the best bang for the buck has been the SR-607. I know there is price difference in the two but which would you get or is there one in the same range? 90%movies/sports and 10% music. I am looking into getting the CMB-170 Ascends once i get the receiver. thanks again.
They are not in the same price but i am not sure if i will ever need pro logic IIz. I am looking for the quality of the sound. I have a 6.1 right now. will i be missing out on blu ray movies? have any movies shipped with this feature? THX
I'm going to purchase some Ascends. i am not sure which ones though(170 vs 340) pro logic IIz feature. How is it utilized? i know how it works but are movies coded with it
I am considering Denon AVR890/AVR2310ci but confused with Denon - Lack of 7.1 ch analog out?? What does that mean?
amplifiers if you decide that the receiver is not powerful enough or capable enough for your particular speakers. For most people, this will not really matter, but if you are thinking about buying inefficient speakers, low impedance speakers, or you like to play things at deafening volumes, you might want to buy something else.