IS the Yamaha RX-A680 the least expensive way to get all the asks from below?\n\nTHANK YOU IN ADVANCE!!!!\n\nHello everyone! I'm just getting back into home theater and have finally made some headway with my bass management. I do 70\/30 movies and music on my system. I don't need a lot of power as I have a Klipsch rf82II setup with RC62II Center which are very sensitive speakers that don't need much power. I'm getting more than enough volume at -20db settings with my v379 right now.\n\nWhat I hate is the lack of eq for my subs and overall bass management (just got a mini DSP so that might not matter anymore. I have dual sb2000\/PC2000 (I know the dreaded ported and sealed in one system).\n\nI would like:\n\nPEQ and crossovers for all channels\n5.1 ( don't need a separate zone, don't need atmos as I won't have height speakers) I'm guessing If I want the other things (software) on the list it will have to be 7.1 AV receiver though\nAirplay vs Bluetooth\nTo be able to control EQ and other settings via phone app instead of diving through the menu each time ( I tinker a lot).\nLevels and EQ that follow input\/source instead of single Level\/EQ for the system regardless of source\nI don't see upgrading to 7.1 or Atomos in-ceiling or height speakers. It's hard enough to get wife approval for the speakers I currently have. Next purchase after amp will be larger matching subs or another of the same. 3 subs are better than 2 right and 4 is better than 3? Not a basshead...except when it comes to movies!!!!\n\n\nI'd like to stay with Yamaha as I'm familiar and like my experience but not totally tied to them\n\nAttached is my progress with the two subs..no DSP and no EQ. Just good ol' fashion moving them around the room. This not my attempt to prove I'm not trying to waste people's time and I'm willing to put in the time and effort for good sound. ( just have a restrictive budget) $500-600\n\nIS the Yamaha RX-A680 the least expensive way to get all the asks from above?\n\nTHANK YOU IN ADVANCE!!!!