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Question Which one?

I am ready to buy another AVR. My choices are narrowed down to either a Denon 3312 or a Yamaha RX-A2000. My current AVR is a Yamaha RX-V1600 it works great zero complaints I am just looking for something newer with better features. I am going to buy from accessories for less, a one year warranty does appeal to me. So what would be a better option most reliable etc.?

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I own a Yamaha RX-A2000 and other then it being 5 years old it's a great receiver. I currently just upgraded myself and now the Yamaha sits as a backup, but it's a awesome receiver.
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So, your budget is $550? Yamahas are quite reliable. However, I would be inclined to go with a newer model due to the more up-to-date features.

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Yamaha.
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Thanks just wanted to make sure. I saw the Yamaha RX-Z7,other than being a little older any thoughts on this one?

Equipment: Panasonic 42" LCD TV, Panasonic DMP-BD65 BluRay, HP Compaq 6000 Micro Tower - for movies and music, Yamaha RX-V1600, Bic DV62SI Front, Bic DV62 CLR, Polk Monitor4 SB. Polk TSI 100 SR.2 Marty Cubes w/SI Ht18 D4 powered by Inuke 3000DSP
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After going back and forth I decided on the RX-A2000. Just placed the order now the waiting begins.

Equipment: Panasonic 42" LCD TV, Panasonic DMP-BD65 BluRay, HP Compaq 6000 Micro Tower - for movies and music, Yamaha RX-V1600, Bic DV62SI Front, Bic DV62 CLR, Polk Monitor4 SB. Polk TSI 100 SR.2 Marty Cubes w/SI Ht18 D4 powered by Inuke 3000DSP
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