Just called them about an hour ago and was told that they are all gone. Theresa must have gotten one of the last ones. May have to go with Crutchfield for their open box one unless anyone else can point me to another place that has them in stock for less than $1300 shipped to CA.
I just picked up an A100 anniversary edition for a pretty good price, so I think I am going to sell my 4311ci for $1,200. I think I should be able to sell it for that since they continue to sell for $1,350 plus, and it is still so capable relative to the 4520. I have had NO complaints with mine, been absolutely fantastic! I bought it over the summer from Electronic Expo.
just a fyi... i recently sold an a-100 with an audyssey pro license ($150) for $1200... something for you to keep in mind...
hope you got a heckuva deal on the a100... it's a completely lateral move from the 4311... if you still can, return it and keep your 4311...
I am growing weary of trying to optimize multiple subs via the single output from my Marantz 7002 (and a Velodyne SMS-1).
The Marantz has been great, however; I also have a serious upgradeitis bug chewing at me
Thanks in Advance!
Hoping you can help me think this out.
I have a 4311 I’m about to install. I also have two buttkicker amps I’m going to install too.
I’d like to connect the buttkickers to a “fixed” LFE feed. I’ve “read” that this makes it easier to set the buttkickers…..adjust for normal volume levels then if you crank it up the BKs won’t bottom out.
Here is one idea, connect the monitor HDMI (or Toslink out) from the 4311 to my old AVR and use the sub output from that old AVR to feed the BKs. That seems to offer a nice solution with the addition of an independent volume control. Downside is that I’ll have one more box to deal with.
My question…any easier way to do this with the 4311?
You'll probably have much better luck getting an answer if you ask that question in the official AVR-4311CI/AVR-100 thread instead of a deal thread.
Opps thanks. I'm subscribed to both and miss fired.
I have sent you a PM!
Just curious. Now that the X4000's are out and some places have the 4311ci for about the same price, what would you choose? To me it looks like the 4311 is a better build with more power, but the X4000 has some new features.
You could consider this one too even paying more for the extended warranty.
If you don't need the new features I'd go for the 4311.
Magnepan 2.7QR's w/ MGCC3 Center
(2) Polk RT15i
(2) Sonotube Subs with 18" Stereo Integrity D4 Drivers
Behringer NU3000 & NU4-6000 Amps
Panasonic DMP-BDP210 - Projector: BenQ W1070
60" Samsung TV
WDTV Live & Minix Neo X7
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This has been discussed before on their respective threads. It's hard to say if the mighty 4311 would actually sound better, but it might. Build wise it's pretty impressive and very reliable. BTW the 4311 was chosen for the Denon 100th Anniv line (the slightly dressed up AVR-A100 with 5 year warranty) and was defacto their flagship AVR (vs the aging AVR 5308 if one paid for the $1000 3D/XT32 upgrade Denon offered) until replaced by the 4520. It is 1.3K now NIB from Crutchfield, a very good deal from an authorized seller. Not sure if AVS still has any NIB but personally I'd avoid refurb.
The X4000 is an incredible Audiophile-on-a-budget value featuring XT32, Audyssey Pro-capable and the new Denon-LinkHD and other feature updates. But note it has no Ext In 7.1 analog inputs, 2 less amps and I dont think it has the dedicated custom settings for Stereo Mode. If that matters to you. AFAIK it is commonly available from AVS for under $1K (call jdsmoothie) .
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