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Compatible AV Receiver

I am planning to buy the speaker MA RX6 AV12. Let me know the compatible AV Receivers for this. 

Also what are the main differences between Pioneer Elite SC68 & Pioneer SC LX85.

Other than US is there any other place esply in UK that I can get the Pioneer Elite AVRs.

I would b happy to get the reviews on this...

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RE: Compatible AV Receiver

The Pioneer Elite line is only sold in the US.

Whats your budget? You choice is between Pioneer LX85 & Yamaha RX-A3010. Both will work well with your speakers & have a different sound signature. Demo both & see what you prefer.

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RE: Compatible AV Receiver

thanks for ur reply. My budget is upto $2500. I concentrate more on home music with a perfect quality. So by using pioneer AVR (SC LX85) can I get the full output of my speakers?

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RE: Compatible AV Receiver

Yes, both Pioneer LX85 & Yamaha RX-A3010 should drive the speakers to its maximum potential. As I said previously, both sound different to one another. If your preference is music, you may like the warmth of the Yamaha. Only a demo will tell you that.

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RE: Compatible AV Receiver

I prefer bright music rather than warmer one. I think Yamaha will give me a nuetral feel in this matter. So any suggestions?

Also in review of Pioneer SC LX85 its written that a little care in system matching is required. What do they mean by that?

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RE: Compatible AV Receiver

In that case, you will like the Pioneer LX85. This is exactly what they said about system matching. Smile

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