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Suggestions for AVR under 1L

Rajkumars

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Am planning to upgrade my AVR .... budget under 1L

It should have Atmos & DTS X Capabilities & bypass 4K 60fps, HDR10 (10-bit) video ..... & should be able to play movies and music pretty well ( no compromise :) )

My Setup :

Front : Wharfedale 225
Rear : Wharfedale 220
Center : Wharfedale 220c
Subwoofer : Rythmik LV12F

will add overhead speakers later .....
 
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efernand1

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More towards music use then Cambridge Audio or Marantz or NAD

More towards movies then Denon or Pioneer

Equal use for both movies and music....Yamaha

Read the owner threads for feedback and reviews available on HFV.....
 

Love4sound

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Am planning to upgrade my AVR .... budget under 1L

It should have Atmos & DTS X Capabilities & bypass 4K 60fps, HDR10 (10-bit) video ..... & should be able to play movies and music pretty well ( no compromise :) )

My Setup :

Front : Wharfedale 225
Rear : Wharfedale 220
Center : Wharfedale 220c
Subwoofer : Rythmik LV12F

will add overhead speakers later .....
The best I can think of under 1L is marantz 6013 or 12. 6013 retails at 1.2L May be u can negotiate for 1L. 6012 if stocks available u can get it less then 1L. Then the denon 3500, Yamaha 685 nd marantz 5013 If 7 channels is enough
 

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I recon you can easily get a new Marantz SR7012 if any dealer still has the stock , also 6013 for under 1 lac is quite possible as 6014 is going to be launched in few months(july end)
 

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I got a NAD 757V3 a few months back, highly recommended but would surely be higher than the budget of 1lakh can be negotiated around 1.25l. It has a 11.1 preamp but has only 7 power amps so you would need to employ external amps to a run a full scale 7.1.4 setup. Further it also has DIRAC room correction which is awesome. Just throwing another AVR into the mix and adding to the confusion :) . Well for music and movies this AVR is hard to beat.
 

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No Audyssey in Yamaha :(
If you prefer Audyssey, then Denon & Marantz are the only choices..

Am planning to upgrade my AVR .... budget under 1L
If you want to settle for an AVR with 2 overheads, then Denon x 3300 / Marantz 5013, both 5.1.2 capable..

If you prefer a more expansive layout 5.1.4 (or) 7.1.4, with addional power amplifier, then you may consider Marantz SR 6013 / Denon x 4500 / Onkyo TX RZ 730 all of them 7.1.4 capable..
 
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IMO, You can go for any SR series of marantz avrs as per output you need, these are good for movies and music too. If possible, take demo first before shooting the bullet.
 

spirovious

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Marantz 6013. Bought a few months ago. A very resolving AV unit. Highly recommend!
Marantz sr6013 has better power than earlier 6 series.6013 has 710w power whereas earlier it was 680w for atmos models.sr6013 has same power supply as sr7013 l guess.
 

spirovious

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I got a NAD 757V3 a few months back, highly recommended but would surely be higher than the budget of 1lakh can be negotiated around 1.25l. It has a 11.1 preamp but has only 7 power amps so you would need to employ external amps to a run a full scale 7.1.4 setup. Further it also has DIRAC room correction which is awesome. Just throwing another AVR into the mix and adding to the confusion :) . Well for music and movies this AVR is hard to beat.
l guess same that NAD's speaker handling is better than marantz for similar wattage by some margin.Decision can be taken by audition.
 

buxx

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I got a NAD 757V3 a few months back, highly recommended but would surely be higher than the budget of 1lakh can be negotiated around 1.25l. It has a 11.1 preamp but has only 7 power amps so you would need to employ external amps to a run a full scale 7.1.4 setup. Further it also has DIRAC room correction which is awesome. Just throwing another AVR into the mix and adding to the confusion :) . Well for music and movies this AVR is hard to beat.
Did you get it locally ? from which dealer?
 

dillihifi

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Yes I got it locally. I got it through Audio Nirvana. Btw the model no. Is 758V3
 
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