Yamaha rx-a730, Denon x2000 or Sony STRDN1040 - AVS Forum
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Hello, I am on the fence regarding these three receivers.
Have older B&W small towers.

Mostly interested in the Surround quality, then music
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All three are very reliable models, each using a different version of Auto EQ so boils down to which offers the features you want at the best price point. The X2000 uses Audyssey MultEQ XT which is highly regarded on the forum as it EQs both the speakers and the sub.

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Yamaha Rx A730 7 2 Channel Network Aventage Home Theater Receiver , Denon Avr X2000 7 1 Channel Home Theater Receiver , Sony Str Dn1040 7 2 Channel 1050 Watt A V Receiver
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