Originally Posted by pbmax542 /t/1509749/why-do-onkyos-and-nads-weigh-so-much/30#post_24183499
If you could pm me, with anauthorized dealer willing to do this, i would appreciate it.
Originally Posted by arnyk /t/1509749/why-do-onkyos-and-nads-weigh-so-much/30#post_24183360
Usually when generally reliable tools such as Audyssey "don't work" the hidden agenda is a room with really strange acoustics. Either that or a system that is already brilliantly well-integrated to start with, but that is pretty rare except with professionally-designed rooms.
Originally Posted by pbmax542 /t/1509749/why-do-onkyos-and-nads-weigh-so-much/60#post_24204639
I would like to thank everyone for the information, opinions, and PMs. I got a great deal on a new in box Yamaha RX-A3020 that I found at a Best Buy a few states north east of me.
I understand that things have changed significantly over the past 12 years and that weight alone is not a good indicator of build quality or performance. However, due to my old ways and biases, I am somewhat thankful that this machine will have a little girth to it.