Replacing Denon 1612
I've recently upgraded to dual subwoofers and no matter what I do, I'm unable to get satisfactory results calibrating them with Audyssey Multeq on my Denon 1612. It's time I upgrade anyway, since I want something that can do 4K and I want the best version of Audyssey, along with SubEQ HT.
I haven't shopped for receivers in over 7 years, so I'm very behind on all the latest features. I read the 10 things to consider when shopping for receivers thread and that led me to consider the Denon X3300W. It seems like it has all the things I'm looking for, at a decent price, but I wanted to get some opinions.
I have the two HSU VTF-3 MK5 subs, 3 NHT SuperOne 2.1's up front and two energy take classics as the rears, though I'll probably upgrade them to something a little bigger at some point. Is the X3300W a good choice for this setup? I don't really have a firm budget, but 4K, the latest version of Audyssey and SubEQ HT are must haves for me.