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I just purchased a Harman Kardon 510 for use with a Mitsubishi 55805 television similar to yours.
Just read the write-up on the Outlaw receiver mentioned above. Seems
like a good buy - but I definetly wanted digital outputs in addition
to digital inputs. I wanted to be able to switch signals back out to
digital recorders - like minidisc, CD-R, or DAT. Outlaw doesn't
have that - but otherwise I'm intrigued...
Having owned the Harman Kardon now for about a month, there are two
things that I love about it.
1.) You can set the levels for each of the speakers - and it remembers
them - for different setups. Don't have to fiddle with the levels
if I switch between a Dolby Digital and DTS disc, or watch regular
old television with that old prehistoric prologic stuff.
2.) The Logic7 modes on the Harman Karmon work great with non-DD, and
More importantly, the Harman Kardon seems to be in your price range.
I looked at Mitsubishi receivers for about half a second. Just not
enough there to justify staying with the same manufacturer as your