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I'm trying to select a receiver for my 5.1 home theatre and having a tough time deciding between the:

Denon 2113CI vs Pioneer Elite VSX 60 vs Pioneer VSX 1122.

I'm running Klipsch: rb61s L/R, RC62 centre and RS51s rear.

Also, what video scaler does the Denon utilise? Do the Pioneer Elite VSX 60 and Pioneer VSX 1122 both use the same Marvell Qdeo scaler?

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Any of them would likely serve you well, although the Denon is the only one that can EQ the subwoofer. It uses an Analog Devices 8003-3 video chip.

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Thank you very much for the information. Do you know how the Analog Devices upscaler in the 2113CI compares to the Marvell in the Elite?
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