Thank you very much Oldboy. You're a gent. Sounds like it's made to measure for me.
This was exactly the same question I had for Creative Audio before committing to buying the 2020.
They actually told me it was 14.5 inches, which is nearly 37cm, but I think I'd trust Oldboy more than Creative Audio.
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Congrats on the new amp Oldboy hope it sounds good with those Dali speakers you have. I am waiting until later in the year & considering the same amp, or the 3020 to go with my Dali Ikon system.
The size of the amp is not an issue for me though as my A/V cabinet is 70cm deep. Looking forward to your review..
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Please tell me an a2020 upgrade would be no real benefit in my system. Please!
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An Aventage RX-A2020 would be of no real benefit in your system I hope that you'll feel better now
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Does anybody own either the Yamaha RX-A2020 or RX-A1020 and a tape measure?
Sorry to join this trhead a bit late. I'm a pedant, so maybe I'm the only one to notice the discrepancy in your question.You have entitled this thread Yamaha RX-A2020/RX-A2010 Footprint. But then, the second amplifier that you mention in the body of the text is the RX-A1020. The Yamaha RX-A1020 and RX-A2010 are not the same device! The A1020 is the third model down from the top of the current range, whereas the A2010 is the second model down from the previous year's Aventage range. I happen to have the A2010 in my kitchen, and I could have measured it, but Oldboy has measured the A2020, which is the receiver to go for of those that you have listed.
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No apology necessary.
I can be a bit of a pedant too, which makes my error all the more galling. I'm going to put my typo down to model number blindness after hours of trawling the net trying to find the information I was looking for.
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