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Yamaha Aventage RX-A2010 too out of date?

no remote. Good deal? I have a big open room (family room + kitchen) and currently have the RX-V575 and wanted to get something with more power but don't want to pay full price for the new stuff.

Is it a respectable step up from the RX-V575? Not worth it because too old?

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Depends on how much louder you feel you need to go (ie. are you hearing distortion from your current model?) and what additional features you would like to have. Aside from additional power, does the A2010 meet all of your other feature/input/output needs? If not, perhaps better served putting the money into a more current model.
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no remote. Good deal? I have a big open room (family room + kitchen) and currently have the RX-V575 and wanted to get something with more power but don't want to pay full price for the new stuff.

Is it a respectable step up from the RX-V575? Not worth it because too old?

Thanks in advance?
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It depends on your intentions for the unit, what you want to connect to it, and if you want video switching. However the amp section and sound quality would be a quantum leap from what you have now.

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the amp section will definitely be better than your RX-V575 and the RX-A2010 is a 9.2 channel receiver. It can't do Atmos though if that matters. Nor can it pass a 4K signal.

Your old remote may work for some basic functions.

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the amp section will definitely be better than your RX-V575 and the RX-A2010 is a 9.2 channel receiver. It can't do Atmos though if that matters. Nor can it pass a 4K signal.

Your old remote may work for some basic functions.
Thanks everyone. I passed on it and am now looking at an RX-A1050.

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