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Budget receiver for Andrew Jones SP-BS22 and SP-C22 speakers ~ $250 budget

Hello, I am looking for receiver recommendations to power my (current) 3.1 setup with Andrew Jones SP-BS22 and SP-C22 center channel setup. I have about a $250 budget. As far as what is important to me, I would say bluetooth connectivity so I can stream Spotify from my phone, some kind of speaker setup such as Audysey, and making sure that I am not taking away from the full potential of the Andrew Jones speakers.

This is one that I was considering: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B017AECEJI...cf3467d_S&th=1

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Is my budget too low for what I am looking for?
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that Denon doesn't use Audyssey but rather some basic room calibration.

I would say spend the extra money on the denon s710. that way you get bluetooth, ethernet and wifi, internet radio, Pandora, ability to download firmware updates Dolby Atmos, DTS:X and Audyssey. That's a lot of extra features for little money.

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that Denon doesn't use Audyssey but rather some basic room calibration.

I would say spend the extra money on the denon s710. that way you get bluetooth, ethernet and wifi, internet radio, Pandora, ability to download firmware updates Dolby Atmos, DTS:X and Audyssey. That's a lot of extra features for little money.
That looks like a good fit for my needs, plus it's within my budget for refurbs.

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