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1 ProCenter 2000
4 ProMonitor 1000's
1 SVS  SB-2000

 

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1 Denon AVR-X2000

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1 Denon AVR-X2000

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Are you sure ? 

 

Some friend tell me this no take this system up ...  the avr-x2000 only 95w output . 

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What is more important to you? Amplifier power or room correction?

Your speakers a decently sensitive at 91db at 8ohm load. So a good option would be the Anthem MRX AVR as they have probably the best room correction you can get. Otherwise I would go with a Pioneer if I needed the higher amount of power from the Class D amps. If you want more of a compromise between the two of these I would look more at the Denon. The Yamahas are nice too but I really don't like YPAO personally.

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I have a similar but bigger open space on the first floor of our house - we like the big space for entertaining. We can have 50 people in that area still have plenty of room. That keeps the wife happy since she likes to entertain occasionally. I use def techs (LR - 1000s, ProCenter 2000, and 800s for back surrounds along with Outlaw 10 inch sub) in that space with a 46" Sony XBR. I am just using a Pioneer 1220 for that system - my main HT is downstairs. I do have a Pio Elite SC-07 in a box that was replaced with a Denon 4311 in the HT room, the 1220 has worked well enough that I haven't been motivated to go through moving the Elite upstairs - for over two years now.

GIEGAR's recommendation of the Denon would work as well - personally I think you can't go wrong with a Denon, Pioneer, Marantz or Yamaha. About $600 to $750 should cover it unless you check out A4L and go refurbished to save/buy more or find a good close-out deal. A room like that is never going to equal one that is more typically used for HT, too big and too open and I doubt your planning on building a wall to enclose the right side of the room any time soon smile.gif I like my Def Techs, but they have their limits as well. Given that I wouldn't get too crazy with the receiver and your speakers don't require a great deal of power as noted above. Just buy the receiver that has the features you need (Airplay, etc.) that fits your budget. I would stay away from Onkyo given the QA issues, I owned 2 different ones in the past, one of which suffered the too common HDMI board failure.
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GIEGAR's recommendation of the Denon would work as well - personally I think you can't go wrong with a Denon, Pioneer, Marantz or Yamaha. About $600 to $750 should cover it unless you check out A4L and go refurbished to save/buy more or find a good close-out deal

the Denon x2000 can be had for $399 from Amazon or Crutchfield so one is getting bang for your buck.
http://www.crutchfield.com/p_033AVX2000/Denon-AVR-X2000.html?tp=179

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the Denon x2000 can be had for $399 from Amazon or Crutchfield so one is getting bang for your buck.
http://www.crutchfield.com/p_033AVX2000/Denon-AVR-X2000.html?tp=179

so Denon x2000 ( or 3000 ) is enough  for this system ? 

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the Denon x2000 can be had for $399 from Amazon or Crutchfield so one is getting bang for your buck.
http://www.crutchfield.com/p_033AVX2000/Denon-AVR-X2000.html?tp=179

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Yes to the thread starters question above. If the 3000 fits your budget go for it or the 2000. Denon has served me well for nearly 3 years now.
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ok , i bought today denon x3000 . 

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