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Hey guys. Since Xmas is coming up, I'm looking to ask for a new AVR. I was set on either the Onkyo 709 or 809, but have changed my mind. I've had Onkyo in the past and I like them, so I wanted either of those for Audyssey MutiEQ and the pre outs to add an amp, but I decided that I seriously will not need to get an amp. So I'm back to the drawing board with selecting an AVR.

The only special thing I want my receiver to have is Audyssey MultiEq. I obviously want really good quality and decent amount of power.

I have a polk cs20 center, tsi 500s left and right, and tsi 200s surrounds. No subwoofer yet. I've used a Denon avr 591 and an Onkyo 509 in the past.

Budget is $300-400. If you guys could give me suggestions on different AVR's I should look into I'd appreciate it. Thanks

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Hey guys. Since Xmas is coming up, I'm looking to ask for a new AVR. I was set on either the Onkyo 709 or 809, but have changed my mind. I've had Onkyo in the past and I like them, so I wanted either of those for Audyssey MutiEQ and the pre outs to add an amp, but I decided that I seriously will not need to get an amp. So I'm back to the drawing board with selecting an AVR.
The only special thing I want my receiver to have is Audyssey MultiEq. I obviously want really good quality and decent amount of power.
I have a polk cs20 center, tsi 500s left and right, and tsi 200s surrounds. No subwoofer yet. I've used a Denon avr 591 and an Onkyo 509 in the past.
Budget is $300-400. If you guys could give me suggestions on different AVR's I should look into I'd appreciate it. Thanks

If you are satisfied with Audyssey then why not look around on Audyssey's website to find your next new AVR?

P.s.: There is no "i" in MultEQ!wink.gif

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Haha wow I totally forgot that you could search on their site. Thanks. I'll do that.

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