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Looking to buy either the Denon X1000 or the Yamaha RX-V475. Which one do you think is the better option out of the two?

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Denon uses Audyssey which equalizes the subwoofer channel. Yamaha's YPAO does not.
Otherwise, they're both fine receivers. You should compare their features to see which has what you want.
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Thanks for your help!

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