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Noel25 11-17-2019 03:53 PM

Newbie need advise
 
Hi guys need advise please i have a bookshelf speakers and a denon 2 channel 100watts audio and av receiver attached to my 4k tv and 4k Blu-ray player. Ask please to add power and better sound quality what should i need? Amplifier or integrated amplifier? Thanks

Noel25 11-17-2019 03:53 PM

Any advice please!?

nonstopdoc1 11-17-2019 04:02 PM

What's the model of Denon? and what speakers do you have?

If AVR has preouts than you can add an amplifier if you want to but not an integrated amplifier.

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Darren Chan 11-17-2019 04:04 PM

You might want to be more detailed in what equipment you currently have, what you use it for, what you feel is lacking, as well as details in what you're room is like.


For example, if you're main use is HT, you're happy with volume and clarity of your mids and highs, and your receiver has a sub out, you may just need 1 or 2 subwoofers to round it out.

petew 11-17-2019 04:09 PM

Please describe your electronics, speakers and your listening space. Speaker placement is a zero cost option that can greatly increase sound quality. Listening room acoustic treatments can be very inexpensive with huge benefit. Inexpensive equipment in a good room will sound better than the most expensive equipment in a crap room. Adding a subwoofer could improve your sound quality a lot too. It'll take load off the bookshelf speakers and Denon amplifier. Please list model numbers of your equipment. Upload a photo or two too.

Adding amplification will not help sound quality unless you are driving your receiver into distortion, which is unlikely unless you're really cranking it. Pick the low hanging fruit first. Placement and room treatments.

Noel25 11-17-2019 04:38 PM

Thanks a lots guys

eriksells916 11-17-2019 04:47 PM

@Noel25


What speakers do you have?


What Denon receiver do you have?


Do you like 2 channel music more, movies more or mix 50/50?

Noel25 11-17-2019 04:50 PM

Thanks for the reply guys a denon dra 800h 2 channel and a bowers 606 in my living in my apartment i think its bcoz of my apartment settings which is open directly to my kitchen. Thanks again

Noel25 11-17-2019 05:32 PM

Thanks for the reply guys a denon dra 800h 2 channel and a bowers 606 in my living in my apartment i think its bcoz of my apartment settings which is open directly to my kitchen. Thanks again

nonstopdoc1 11-18-2019 07:30 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Noel25 (Post 58835402)
Thanks for the reply guys a denon dra 800h 2 channel and a bowers 606 in my living in my apartment i think its bcoz of my apartment settings which is open directly to my kitchen. Thanks again


Your DRA-800H should have ample power to drive your B&W 606 bookshelf speakers. Your AVR doesnt have preouts so you wont be able to add an amplifier if you want to (unless you use Zone 2 out) but I dont think you need it either.

You should consider adding a subwoofer if you don't have one. That will make the most impact in your setup IMO

Noel25 11-18-2019 08:43 AM

Thanks a lot nonstopdoc1 for the advise i just ordered Klipsch Reference R 10SWi wireless subwoofer at Crutchfield

Noel25 11-18-2019 02:51 PM

Thank you all guys


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