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Old 04-15-2017, 12:11 PM   #21
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Well couldn't wait another six months so i did buy the Yamaha RX-V681 and it is awesome the sound is ten times better than my Onkyo but the price was $1148 i wish was in the states where prices are half the price.
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Old 04-15-2017, 05:38 PM   #22
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Well couldn't wait another six months so i did buy the Yamaha RX-V681 and it is awesome the sound is ten times better than my Onkyo but the price was $1148 i wish was in the states where prices are half the price.
Big congratulations on your new Yamaha AVR . Yamaha is a very large, reputable company that does not build junk. This should last you a long time without any problems at all. Enjoy .
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cheers thanks for that Dwayne and everyone else for there suguestions.
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Here is an amateur question. I've always just hooked my devices directly to my TV and my sound equipment to the output of my TV. What is the benefit of having everything connected to a receiver and then to the TV? Does it increase or decrease quality and does it create compatibility issues? Right now I just have my soundbar connected to my TV with an optical cable. Would upgrading to a receiver be pointless if I wasn't able to run wired all the way to the back of the room and most of the speakers were close to the front?
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