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Upgrade itis

Hi guys, have not been on for a few months but fancy upgrading my Receiver from the Denon 2311, have never been overly happy with it !!

 

What sort of money would i need to spend for a noticeable upgrade, quite fancy a Yamaha RX-V3067,

 

Or would my speakers cater for more,

 

All advice appreciated

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RE: Upgrade itis

What are you not happy with?

Can you post any pictures of the layout?

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RE: Upgrade itis

Hi messiah, if i was honest i am not sure exactly what i want out of the system, but i had an Arcam set up many moons ago that just felt a bit punchier, was thinking a better Receiver would do the job, funny was reading the link i posted when i got this set up not even a year ago and was over the moon with it then, i have added the link for seeing the layout.

 

Cheers

 

http://www.whathifi.com/forum/your-system/new-setup-2nd-time-around

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RE: Upgrade itis

I can thoroughly recommend the 3067. It's superb. I upgraded from a RXV667 and it's several steps up on that.
I use Monitor Audio as well, seem a perfect match.

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RE: Upgrade itis

Thanks richardw42, i can see a demo on the horizon, quite like the look of the pioneers as well , just don't want to spend a grand and hardly notice any difference,would rather spend £1500 if need be , however you can get the Yamaha RXV3067 for £800 and that seems like a deal ? 

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RE: Upgrade itis

Your MA speakers are an easy load, and your denon has plenty of power. I'd be getting a home demo before parting with any cash, you may not get the improvements you seek from a more powerful AVR.

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