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I would really appreciate any guidance.
I have front right/left speakers which are 6ohm 250w (nominal)
central, rear left and rear right are 8ohm 150w (nominal)
My amp is at the moment struggling to push all those speakers so i was wanting to upgrade.
budget wise i think up to about 1k would be something for a 5 channel (just guessing here), if more how much more would be needed ?
would there be one the would be HDCP 2.2-compliant ?
if some that have atmos capability so i can buy some speakers and add in the future would be great.
so would be 5.1.2 i'm guessing here?
would a 7.1.2/7.2.4 be better ? havent seen a lot of bluray that comes with 7channel capability like that.
the 7 i see usually are counting the atmos speakers.
Thanks in advance for reading and for any suggestions that comes my way.
Receiver: Yamaha HTR-3066
Front: NHT C4
Centre: Gale 20
Rear: Axis LS28
Subwoofer: Sound Dynamics THS-10
Item Condition: Very good Shipping Options: Pickup available and you can audition.,Shipping is available at agreed cost. Suburb or Town: Stirling State: Western Australia Payment Method: Paypal, EFT, Cash on Pickup Reason for selling: Upgrading Hi fellow SN'ers
Up for sale is the Pioneer SC-LX86. Great multi-channel AVR as seen https://www.whathifi.com/au/pioneer/sc-lx86/review
Would prefer local sale as I do not have any boxes/packaging - but I if there are requests from Eastern states I can try and find some boxes/adequate protection/packaging to get it across. Shipping will be via Sendle or some other agreed courier, at an agreed cost.
Condition wise this AVR is very good aside from some minor marks and has been used for my Home Theatre set up. It was purchased as part of a package from West Coast Hi-Fi some years ago and I have now upgraded to an Anthem unit.
Audition available in Stirling, WA if needed.
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Item Condition: Good Shipping Options: Pickup available and you can audition.,Shipping is available at agreed cost. Suburb or Town: Newmarket State: Queensland Payment Method: Paypal, bank transfer, cash on collection Reason for selling: Upgraded Further information:
History: purchased used, age unknown
Condition: cosmetically good, functionally perfect
Included: amp, remote, manual, original packaging
Shipping: please contact me for quote
Power Output: 60 watts per channel continuous into 8 ohms 120 watts per channel continuous into 4 ohms
Maximum Input Level: 4 V rms – unbalanced inputs 8 V rms – balanced inputs
Input Impedance: 20 kΩ – unbalanced inputs, 40 kΩ – balanced inputs (20 kΩ per phase)
XLR Input Polarity: Pin 1 = Ground Pin 2 = Non-inverting (Positive) Pin 3 = Inverting (Negative)
Gain: 35 dB (maximum, at volume level of “66”)
Frequency Response: 2 Hz - 200 kHz
Power Consumption: 20 watts in standby mode, 70 watts in operating mode, no signal
Dimensions: 17-1⁄4" W x 13-3⁄4" D x 4-3⁄4" H 44 cm x 35 cm x 12 cm
Weight: 25 pounds 11.5 kg
Reviews (note that some of the reviews below are of the older version dubbed AX7):
Enjoy the music
So I'm hopefully taking possession in a short little while, courtesy of one of the friendly folk on here, a second hand W4S ST-500 power amp that I intend to use to drive an also recently acquired pair of vintage Celestion SL6 speakers - which are quite tight and need a v.solid power source to drive.
I've currently hooked these up via my Denon X3000 Zone 2 amp which also allows the Denon to run as my DAC and pre-amp / amp for any of the inputs.
I also have an Audiolabs MDAC that is used specifically for a set of Beolab 3s and is fantastic.
With the arrival of the ST-500 power amp, my signal path will change and am wondering whether I still use the Denon as the pre-amp using the Zone 2 pre-outs or go the dedicated pre-amp path and run a second out from the MDAC to the new pre-amp to feed Sonos.
I am toying with the idea that I can switch a few settings on the Denon and potentially run the speakers as a another set of surrounds for Movie watching etc whilst retaining the flexibility but just wondering if I'm going to be tarnishing the music aspect. Not after audio-phile outcomes and a turntable may soon be on the cards to listen to via the Celestions.
Keen for thoughts if you have the time to share them.
Item Condition: near New Shipping Options: Pickup available but audition is not available.,Shipping is available at agreed cost. Suburb or Town: Bella Vista State: New South Wales Payment Method: cash Reason for selling: Need pre-outs
Near new Sony STR DN1080, purchased from JB hifi hornsby 2 weeks ago on 20 May for $1749. receipt available,
What Hi-Fi? Awards 2019 winner.
Reason for sell: set up then realized I should buy a AV receiver with preouts so I can use my stereo system for the front channels. so I bought a Yamaha instead. This Sony was only set up for the test then back to the box.
This is a very well reviewed and highly praised 7.2 or 5.2.2 Dolby Atmos, DTS-X AVR and comes with all the latest technologies, including 4K HDR, Dolby Vision, DSD play back and DSEE HX upscaling. built in audio Chromecast, Apple Airplay and multiroom audio.
Manufacturer's website: https://www.sony.com.au/electronics/av-receivers/str-dn1080