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    demosthenis, I think you made a wise decision,...

    demosthenis, I think you made a wise decision, the 3806 will give you much more power than the 435, especially when your RTi10's dip into 4 ohms occasionally. I based my comments on lab...
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    I would say the 3805 will put out more power. ...

    I would say the 3805 will put out more power. Here's why I say that:

    The 1000W is "maximum". HK seems to be the only one that specify "maximum". I believe the Yamaha is starting to do the same...
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    If you use the Outlaw for the low freq and the...

    If you use the Outlaw for the low freq and the 7100ES for the high freq, you are more than just bi-wiring, you would be bi-amping. As for bi-wiring, many people claim it does not make any difference...
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    Based on measurements I read on that Sony (see...

    Based on measurements I read on that Sony (see link), I thought he should try it out first.

    http://ultimateavmag.com/avreceivers/1005sony/index5.html

    600 WPC would be great for the RTi12, no...
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    That makes a lot of sense. The 7100 is quite...

    That makes a lot of sense. The 7100 is quite powerful and is 4 ohm capable. There is nothing to lose to try it out first.
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    My experience is that it depends a lot on the...

    My experience is that it depends a lot on the recording. I have a Telarc hybrid one that sounds worse than their regular CD's. Other than that, you do need to look at the other bottle necks. They...
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    The 635 will get you more out of those RTi10. ...

    The 635 will get you more out of those RTi10. The 7300 has much more power, there is no comparison. Have you read the lab measurements of those units from the H.T. & S&V mag?
  8. You cannot get watts without amps but conversely...

    You cannot get watts without amps but conversely if you get amps you are going to get watts unless the amps are driven into pure reactive loads, i.e. P.F.=cos90=0 but pure reactive load does not...
  9. If you need more power, or current (Andrew may...

    If you need more power, or current (Andrew may disagree) if you like, go with the 1015. HK rates their output conservatively and tend to use larger P/S, but its a long way to stretch from 55W to...
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    If you want to calculate power gain/loss in dB,...

    If you want to calculate power gain/loss in dB, you can use the formula, gain in dB=10*log(P2/P1), 10*log(80/60)=1.25. Most calculators have the log (to the base of 10) function key. Of course this...
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    Some people will hear "huge" difference with a...

    Some people will hear "huge" difference with a separate amp, others will hear "subtle" difference, and then there are those who cannot hear any difference. My own experience is that it is easier to...
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    That's very interesting, last year I went...

    That's very interesting, last year I went shopping for speakers. I listened to some Paradigm's powered by a NAD separates and they sounded great. Then I listened to a pair of Energy Veritas powered...
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    It is highly subjective, to me the AVR300 has...

    It is highly subjective, to me the AVR300 has better sound quality(if you can hear the difference). The NAD has more power for sure.
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    There are not that many receivers out there that...

    There are not that many receivers out there that one can rely on its advertised specs for all channel driven power. In the "mid level" range, HK, NAD, Rotel tend to deliver, or sometimes exceed...
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    Andrew, if you follow the link and read the...

    Andrew, if you follow the link and read the review, they tested the 9000ES at 155W, into 4 ohms, into 5 channels simultaneously. For 2 channel into 4 ohms, it measured 205W. Home Cinema Choice...
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    http://www.homecinemachoice.com/cgi-bin/displayrev...

    http://www.homecinemachoice.com/cgi-bin/displayreview.php?reviewid=4685

    Here is one for the 9000ES, 110W, 8 ohm into 5 channels 0.1% THD, not bad for a Sony. What's I find impressive is that for...
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    The spec of this thing is impressive, 4 ohm...

    The spec of this thing is impressive, 4 ohm capable, and weighs 52 lbs. It can definitely power your RTi8. It has 7.1 pre-outs if you need to add an amp later. If you can in fact get a good deal,...
  18. Thread: Denon dvd 3910

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    I paid a lot more for mine. $750 sound like a...

    I paid a lot more for mine. $750 sound like a great deal.
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    I think the 3805 will do fine until you are ready...

    I think the 3805 will do fine until you are ready to add an outboard amp. The 3805 does have a decent power supply in it to deliver the specified 120W for 2/3 channels and can do around 100WPC for 5...
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    Poll: The AVR7300 should be able to handle 4 ohms but I...

    The AVR7300 should be able to handle 4 ohms but I am not sure about the 230. Here's a link to the S&V lab report for the 330. It apparently activated its protection mode after about half a second...
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    I have only used a Sony ES and my current 3805 as...

    I have only used a Sony ES and my current 3805 as prepro, and for the L/R channels only. I was more than happy with the Sony/Adcom combination. I no longer have the Sony, but in listening to two...
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    The current Connoisseur C-9 does sounds very nice...

    The current Connoisseur C-9 does sounds very nice so one may assume that the future reference connoisseur may sound even better.
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    John, whether what you stated are right or not,...

    John, whether what you stated are right or not, it seems to make logical sense. Another ironic thing is that while HK rates their power outputs relatively lower than their competitors within the...
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    One good thing about HK, they are more specific,...

    One good thing about HK, they are more specific, examples: they give you the consumption at idling, 2 ch. driven power, 7 ch. driven power, instantaneous current, and maximum power consumption. ...
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    unc has said more than once that the Denon's...

    unc has said more than once that the Denon's power consumption may not be maximum. For those who own a 3803, 05 etc., take a look at the back or the manual, they do not say it is "maximum". Why...
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