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post #1 of 2 Old 02-19-2012, 04:18 AM - Thread Starter
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I can't seem to make up my mind between these two...

I know I'd miss the extra HDMI output of A810, but I've always heard that Denons perform better at music.

So, which one would you recommend for best audio quality and performance?
I'm 50%-50% between music and movies.

My speakers are
Front: MA Silver RS6 (91 dB, 6 Ohms, 38 Hz - 30 KHz)
Back: MA Bronze BR2 (90 dB, 6 Ohms)
Center: MA Bronze BR-LCR (90 dB, 6 Ohms)

Thanks in advance for your input

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Both are excellent, but I would give the edge to Denon as it will EQ below 60hz. However, it does not allow you to tweak the EQ like YPAO does. I personally prefer Audyssey, but many prefer YPAO. Try both and return the loser as that s the only way to be sure.

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