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post #1 of 3 Old 01-04-2015, 11:11 AM - Thread Starter
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Need Help deciding between Receivers

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Hello, I am in the market for a new receiver since my current one is starting to give off a nice burn smell and getting VERY toasty.

I am debating between the Yamaha RX-A2040 and the Denon X4100 can cant seem to fully decided which one to get.

Current setup
Onkyo TX-SR506
2x Front Speakers = Definitive Technology ProMonitor 1000
2x Side Speakers = Definitive Technology ProMonitor 800
2x Rear Speakers = Definitive Technology ProMonitor 800
1x Center Speaker = Definitive Technology ProCenter 1000
1x Sub-woofer = Definitive Technology SuperCube 2000

I do think the 9.2 of the Yamaha is a nice feature and might be nice in the future. The setup is mainly used for movies and music. not sure if there is anything else to say. Any input would be appreciated.
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Get the Yamaha, it is much reliable than the Denon...

Just my $0.02...
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I'm generally a Yammie fan. I will say that for some reason I like my basement setup of the Denon 2113 and outdoor Def Tech AW5xxxx. Actually like it. I do think the outdoor Def Techs sound different than the ProCenters. Unless you are set on some current features then maybe consider the 2030 or 4000 closeouts to save some $.
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