Why trinnov? It’s a nice product but are you running a huge room with 16-32 channels?
I own an arcam avr20 and did the hdmi upgrade. I like that the arcam still had a usable on screen display, quality dac, dirac and 16 channels. Right now dealers are selling avr 20 cheaper too.
I'm sure the trinov is good as well but expensive. Also if you owned the velodyne servo subs from many years ago you’ll love Rythmik. Rythmik even had spl comparison of sealed f18 vs velo dd18. That velodyne was their biggest most expensive and has decent output but by today’s standards it’s definitely not cutting edge.
I’m looking to build my system with what I consider to be the top of the line. I would submit Trinnov is that for sound processing. I will also replace my amps at the same time. I’m running three Rotel RMB 1095’s now. That’s all in a future phase.
Back in the day I went with lexicon for the same reason. It lasted me 15 years. I plan to run a 9.2.4 setup with ascendo speakers. They pair nicely with Trinnov. Money is not a large concern. I want to do it right and not touch it again for a while.
Arcam, AudioControl, JBL, anthem is all nice stuff. A step up from Yamaha, Denon, etc. a step down from Trinnov in my opinion. The Trinnov is basically a high end computer running Linux so it’s built with processing power.
Nothing I am looking at will be cheap, I understand that. Can’t take the money with you
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