Best Receiver for specific setup under 1800

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Sballgame23

Audiophyte
I have added a second sub and my setup is as follows. I have and old Yamaha Rx-v2600 that has served me well and looking for an upgrade
Any suggestions for pushing this setup

6- Klipsch Rf-52’s
2- Klipsch RF-82’s
2- Klipsch RW-12d’s
1- Klipsch RC-64
 
lovinthehd

lovinthehd

Seriously, I have no life.
Upgrade in what respect, though? I'm sure your older Yamaha is fine with those speakers/subs.....
 
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Sballgame23

Audiophyte
I’d have to “upgrade” to make use of the other 2 Rs-52’s and the second RW-12D sub i purchased..2600 is a 7.1
 
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VMPS-TIII

VMPS-TIII

Full Audioholic
I’d have to “upgrade” to make use of the other 2 Rs-52’s and the second RW-12D sub i purchased..2600 is a 7.1
I would suggest the Denon 4500 at $999.


I have this receiver setup with dual subs. It works great and provides lots of flexibility, Audyssey, Airplay and an iPad interface that's great for changing settings on the fly. Plus, for $20 you can purchase the Audyssey app that lets you build customized EQ settings and save them for reloading later. Plus, the refurb unit offers a 3 year warranty and 125 watts per channel. As your speaker need grows you can off load the front left and right mains to an external amp for even more channels. It's hard to beat this value.
 
Gmoney

Gmoney

Audioholic Field Marshall
If you look on the web you may be able to find Yamahas a3080 for $1.500.00 new or their a2080 for $1.298.00 new. But with that said that Denon 4500 will be hard to best at $999.00, you could buy the 5 year Extended warranty on it.
 
AcuDefTechGuy

AcuDefTechGuy

Audioholic Jedi
I think the RX-A2080 (260W x 2Ch into 4 ohms) or RX-A3080 (300W x 2Ch into 4 ohms) would be awesome replacements for the RX-V2600.

I recently sold my Denon AVR-5308CI ($5,500 MSRP) and got myself the RX-A3080.
 
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