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Best av reciever which I can get for 25000

Wharfedale Diamond 11 Series

chandra_sekhar24

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Hai iam from hyderabad i AM CONFUSED whether to take DENON 1709 the new model or else onkyo 505e model, my room size is 12*10 with sony hd projector please give the suggestions this one i want to take mostly for Movies and dts 5.1 recording purpose.:confused:
 

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Hai iam from hyderabad i AM CONFUSED whether to take DENON 1709 the new model or else onkyo 505e model, my room size is 12*10 with sony hd projector please give the suggestions this one i want to take mostly for Movies and dts 5.1 recording purpose.:confused:

Both the Denon and Onkyo have very similar specification. The Onkyo has a little more power.

I think you should listen to both and see which sound better to your ears.

When you say '5.1 DTS recording', what exactly do you mean?

Cheers
 

chandra_sekhar24

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I mean to say i want the amp to test for dts signal as well as dts recording by using spdif i want for listening and recording to test the 5.1 signal from the speakers so that i want better amp and better spekers so that can be suitable for my work
 

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I mean to say i want the amp to test for dts signal as well as dts recording by using spdif i want for listening and recording to test the 5.1 signal from the speakers so that i want better amp and better spekers so that can be suitable for my work

I am afraid I am not yet clear what you are looking for.

If I understand correctly, you are looking for a 'line out' that carries a 5.1 signal? I am not sure this is available in any AVR. Most AVRs have sockets for Tape Out and a VCR Out. The Tape Out is a two channel audio using RCA jacks, while the VCR Out will be a Component Out again using RCA jacks. I am not sure whether any AVR (except maybe the highest versions) have any S/PDIF or Coaxial Out for carrying digital data.

One possibility will be to use the HDMI connection as this carries both audio and video data.

Cheers
 
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