$850 used is no deal to me. I recently see it go down to $1100 NEW with a Free DVD player on Jr.com.
I am no expert but look at the outlaw RR2150, if you absolutely need an 2 channel thing. It has some bass management, costs lot less...
OP, I don't want to hijack the thread, I am in the same boat but was comparing Touch vs Denon DNP720AE. Denon supports 24-bit, 192 kHz D/A but has little more features. I know generally separates are considered better compared to...
Looks like Denon DNP-720AE covers most of my needs except for the CD/DVD player. I am leaning towards Denon DNP-720AE with a separate CD/DVD player.
Any owners of Denon DNP-720AE have any inputs/comments?
Quote:Originally Posted by PooperScooper Rip the CDs and have more choices. Check out the Cambridge audio boxes (DacMagic Plus or Stream 6).
I will Rip eventually but like to have an option to play CDs as well.
I am setting up a dedicated stereo setup. What I have so far
Parasound 2100 pre pro
Salk SongTowers with RT
I have lot of music in MP3(320KPBS) on my NAS. Same with CD's got a load of them.
Okay, I am trying to cram everything...
I bought a mini as majority of my content is sd or below sd. But when I played a movie from hdd through seagate theater+ media player, i observed no pq change with mini. File details are
File type : .avi
Video: MPEG4 640*480 23fps
Quote:Originally Posted by TopperMcFly You do not need a VP for the VT.
Quote:Originally Posted by WiFi-Spy You don't need a VP, but a Duo or Lumagen offers better scaling and the Lumagen offers more precise calibration...