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#1 Smiley

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Posted 23 March 2012 - 05:14 PM

Bought a Yamaha, died in 8 months, they do not Honor returns...

Must take it 80-200 miles away, 2 closest places for service in an

"Authorized Service Center"


for $329 on sale for receiver, isn't worth my time to drop off,

then go back to pick up.


Bought another Digital Speaker receiver, Sony, all sound settings, don't

have the Depth deep sound my 4 - 15" woofer, mid-range, tweeters, etc, have.


My old Kenwood kicks off when too much Strong beat happens like

on Garth Brooks as safety for speakers hitting too much bass in speakers.

rated at 80 watt pump to kick off.


Maybe an Amplifier is in order?

And hook up old system.


Digital is Loud as I want!

is ok, more better on lower volume.


But miss that "Live Band" depth/sound in my living room.

Any Recommendations?

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Posted 24 March 2012 - 10:37 AM

you almost need to go used and find a old 4 chanel vacume tube reciever. ebay would be a good option. i fin that those older systems dont have all the bells and whistles but sound so much nicer at higher volume. here is what i use for my buddys bands amp its also a reciever http://www.amazon.co...r/dp/B00351W02C i use it at 2 Ohms its only 600 watts rms and 2000 max and it is clear and deep rich sound at loud volume. but my house reciever is an onkyo rated at 1000w 5.1 and it sound better at lower levels. but it sucks at full volume. it distorts to much. hope this helps

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