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  1. tim122576

    tim122576 Active Member

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    I am looking to buy a new home receiver but I want something that has at least one optical port and one coaxil port but most importantly I want something that will produce at least 65W ALL CHANNELS DRIVEN...so that means 65W each channel....

    Any suggestions?
     
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  3. Ronin

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    yamaha, onyo, denon
     
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    H/K, Marantz, NAD, ARCAM

    seriously, without a budget I can keep going
     
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    The upcoming Onkyo TX-SR605
     
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    NAD and ARCAM are hard to find in some places
     
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    Biddy I Bleed Aqua and Orange...

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    yes...onkyo gives best bang for the buck for sub 5 or 600 systems....the receivers are really pretty good...the speakers are a little weak...but tons of inputs
     
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    I ended up getting a RX-V657 Yamaha...95W all channels...It kicks ass...got it for 239.00 in PA.. It was used but I couldn't beat that price and it works great.
     

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