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I currently have a 4806 that has served me well until a lightning strike took it to the grave. I am struggling finding a unit to replace it. I will be using it set up in 7.1 and second zone set up for outdoor use. I would like a 3d ready unit with ARC and have a +- $3000.00 budget. I have been looking at the Pioneer sc 57 but not sure if i would be happy coming from the Denon. Any suggestions would be appreciated.

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I currently have a 4806 that has served me well until a lightning strike took it to the grave. I am struggling finding a unit to replace it. I will be using it set up in 7.1 and second zone set up for outdoor use. I would like a 3d ready unit with ARC and have a +- $3000.00 budget. I have been looking at the Pioneer sc 57 but not sure if i would be happy coming from the Denon. Any suggestions would be appreciated.

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Anthony

Hello, I also have a 4806ci, and love it. I just recently purchased an SC-37 to replace a Yamaha 2600 in my family room, and I really love it. It runs cool, puts out plenty of power, and has excellent processing. You still might be able to find a great deal on an SC-37, but an SC-57 would be an excellent choice. Ultimately you need to try out whatever interests you and decide for yourself.
 

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I cant wait for Denon to come out with their new line to replace the 48 series. Correct me if I'm wrong but the 43 series amp section is a downgrade from the 48 series, I could be wrong.

If you just bought a sc37 and are happy and own a 4806 to compare it with that is what I was looking to hear as a positive for Pioneer

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Yea I hate that Denon waits so long to replace their high end models. I have owned 6 denons and it scares me to switch but they don't give much choice when their 2 high end models are based on models 6-7 years old.
 
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