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weissi 11th September 2003 06:48 PM

Yamaha RX-V530? AV-Receivers?
my diy components tends to be not very stable... ;-)

I need a solid base for my home that offers me some flexibility in use.... I can get it for €299... is that cheap?
What would be interesting for me ?
What DACīs are used?
Easy to upgrade (e.g. no exotic components used..)

What are your favorites in the AV-Receiver market?
I DO NOT NEED THE BEST! it must be cheap and good..

Drew 15th September 2003 07:14 PM

Yamaha RX-V530? AV-Receivers?
Hey there,
Personally, the Yahama has too many gagets and features that you would never use - this would make it a little more complicated to upgrade. Suggestions include: an entry level Onkyo or an NAD. Sound good, and open enough to work on without being complicated. Not get me wrong though - Yami's are still good AV receivers.

weissi 16th September 2003 02:47 PM

yes, I agree, Yamaha is another brand thatīs infected with featureities.... ;-) I really do not need that, so I decided to buy a receiver later, instead Iīll design a nice pcb for my DAC system.

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