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Who the hell needs 9.2 unless your have your own media room? I which case I'm jealous.

Yamaha FTW in my book, always.
DSP works it's magic...

I had a 9.2 is a small area, it was pretty nice watching sci-fi stuff.
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Who the hell needs 9.2 unless your have your own media room? I which case I'm jealous.

Yamaha FTW in my book, always.
People with media rooms Big Grin

Honestly, as a installer that's one of the only places I recommend systems that big. I mean, you can do it in a traditional living room, but I can't help but look at aesthetics. When you cram that many speakers into a room things tend to get ugly real quick. The biggest I have in my living room is a 5.2.2 and even that's pushing it and I'd give that up for a killer stereo setup. Stereo doesn't get enough love.
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Yeah, DSP can do wonders.
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Who the hell needs 9.2 unless your have your own media room? I which case I'm jealous.

Yamaha FTW in my book, always.
I have 7.2.4 setup. So 11.2, but I have a dedicated room with 3 levels of seating.
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Code literally just stopped working! I had it in cart ready to go, refreshed the page, and code doesn't work now.
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Don't want to buy new receiver. I keep telling myself.

My aging rx-v3800 requires a lot of work arounds these days, but I hate to give up the quality amplification. For that reason, this is tempting.

I prefer the Yamaha sound over Denon personally.
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This price is going in the opposite direction I want for a 5.x.4 AVR.
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he L/C/R (Front speakers) shoulder the bulk of the load (in home theater) and should be connected to the highest quality / most powerful amp in your system. next are the rears (which have more importance in surround music vs home theater) and then heights/ceiling having the lowest amount of signal to reproduce. so depending on the number of amp channels available in each AVR or external amp will determine which speakers get connected to each individual amp.

Thank you for your reply.
Off topic question.
I currently have a Onkyo TX-NR696 with pre-outs only for the sub. In this case I won't be able to connect an external amp to the FL,FR,C right?
here's a pic of the back panel of the AVR.

Also most blurays these days have 7.1 surround sound. With receiver like mine which have Dolby Surround and DTS X, they should be able to take the Atmos signal or DTS TrueHD and convert it to a 5.2.4 or 7.2.4 if the AVR and speaker setup support it right?

Thank again man
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Thank you for your reply.
Off topic question.
I currently have a Onkyo TX-NR696 with pre-outs only for the sub. In this case I won't be able to connect an external amp to the FL,FR,C right?
here's a pic of the back panel of the AVR.

Also most blurays these days have 7.1 surround sound. With receiver like mine which have Dolby Surround and DTS X, they should be able to take the Atmos signal or DTS TrueHD and convert it to a 5.2.4 or 7.2.4 if the AVR and speaker setup support it right?

Thank again man
since that specific AVR does not have pre-outs for the fronts, sides or rears you will not be able to use an external amp.

to get a specific format to output correctly, both the AVR and disc need to have the same format. so if the disc and AVR both have Atmos, then you will get Atmos. If the disc does not have Atmos, then no Atmos signal is ouput. The same holds true for all the other surround sound formats.
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