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post #1 of 4 Old 07-03-2012, 07:01 AM - Thread Starter
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All searches for slimline receivers lead to the 2 Marantz options...NR1403 & NR1603. Are these the only 2 slimline receivers on the market? My minimum requirement is 5.1 with 3-4+ HDMI in and 1 HDMI out. Thanks!
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In the new issue of Home Theatre Magazine their is a review of a slimline receiver by Cambridge Audio I believe.
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I second the Cambridge Audio suggestion. They make very nice, high quality stuff. EZ

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The Marantz AVRs include Audyssey. Cambridge does not yet provide any room equalization software. That might or might not matter, depending on your planned use.

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