Hello everyone! First post here, but I have a specific setup that I need some help choosing a receiver for.\n\n\n\nSo here is what I have:\n\n\n\n2 Klipsch RF-82 II fronts outside\n\n2 Klipsch RB-61 II up front in-between the towers and the center\n\n1 Klipsch RC-62 II center\n\n2 Klipsch RP-500SA atoms up-firing \n\n2 Klipsch R-15M sides\n\n2 Klipsch R-14M rear\n\n2 BIC America H-100II 12-Inch sub-woofers\n\nYamaha A-S501BL which is powering the RF-82 II's and RB-61 II's (I can A\/B them depending on whether I want the full sound of the towers or bookshelf speakers)\n\nYamaha RX-A780 AVENTAGE which I run my TV, turntable, a bluetooth receiver, and Playstation 4 though. This is powering everything else.\n\n\n\n\nWhen I play music via bluetooth or the turntable only the front speakers fire...I cannot get the subs to output any sound at all. After talking to Yamaha support, I found out that this is a limitation of the receiver and I would have to step up to the A1080 or higher to be able to use the sub at the same time...and I listen to lots of bass heavy music so I want the subs working when I play music. This is my main concern at the exact moment.\n\nMy other concern is being able to effectively use the s-501. Do I need to be able to have some sort of passthrough so I'm not preempting into an amp?\n\nI have no use for any extra Zones and I already have a phono preamp so I'm not using the phono input on the receiver.\n\nI want to have a good setup for movies for sure, hence the surround and atmos setup, but I want to make sure my music setup sounds good. I have decent sized room, not gigantic so I won't be needing ridiculous amounts of power, but it's pretty big.\n\n\n\nSo I want to just upgrade my AV receiver and am thinking about either the Yamaha RX-A1080 or RX-A2080. I can get these for $800 and $1,100 respectively. Am I making the right move here or is there a better option at that price point? \n\n\n\nAny help is appreciated!