Which one of these 3 receivers would you recommend to 4 bookshelves Klipsch B-20, Center Channel Klipsch C-20 and a BIC America F12 Subwoofer:
Yamaha RX-V475 vs Denon AVR-E300 vs Pioneer Elite VSX-43
I won't be able to listening to them with any speaker. So I will just trust in your opinions. Considering their prices and features are quite the same. Except for the pioneer that is 7.1. But I don't think I will use 7.1 on my small room.
Thanks in advance!
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Marantz would be even better-sounding IMO, but more expensive of course.
Each uses a different type of auto speaker EQ system, although the E300 is the only one that can EQ the subwoofer in addition to the speakers. Review the feature set of each model from the mfr's website to see which ones offer the features you require and which do not.
That's a good advantage to Denon.
Which Marantz would you recommend in this range of price: NR1403 ?
My doubt about these Denon and Yamaha is because I read a review at stereo . com this Yamaha (in their opinion) is the best budget receiver.
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