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post #1 of 6 Old 11-21-2012, 06:10 PM - Thread Starter
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I have been using the Panny SAXR45 since day one. and it has been good to me all these years. Now I mainly use the Panny with my Window Media Center only. Well its time for an upgrade. I'm sure I dont. But I would like too. Not knowing much as far as what's out there. I did do some google searching, as well as some searching here. and I have come down to Denon AVR-2113CI.

So what am I gonna bee using it with? The Window Media Center. maybe a Blu-Ray player (hopefully my wife will get one for xmas. lol) ... and of course my ipod. been using a portable speaker or listening to it on my macbook.

in another year, I will be buying a house. so my plan is to have a TV room where all the bells and whistle will happens. and another TV room, so my son can watch his cartoons.

Is AVR-2113CI is good receiver? or you have a better one in mind?!


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bump.

what about Onkyo TX-NR515 or the 616??
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As noted in post #2 of the Denon AVR-XX13 thread linked in my sig, the 2113CI is the best choice price point wise. Note also the Onkyo 515 and 616 use the lowest version of Audyssey 2EQ which canoot EQ the subwoofer, while the 2113CI uses MultEQ XT or 2 versions higher than 2EQ and can EQ the subwoofer.
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thank you. yes I am really liking what I am reading on the Denon AVR2113CI. what about the Denon AVR2112CI??? trying to compare the two now
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what about 1913 vs 2113?
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Review the features in the 2112CI and 2113CI (see post #2 in the Denon AVR-XX13 Owner's thread) as they will each "sound" the same but each offers some features the other does not. As the 2112CI is on clearance, it will save you some money if you don't want/need the new features offered on the 2113CI.

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