Thanks, anyway. They have their own release schedule and would be pretty upset if we started talking about features in new products... Of course - I wasn't even thinking along those lines. Just picked up a 9.2 channel onkyo 787 for $500. At -10dB I would suggest turning down the gain on the back of the sub and re-running Audyssey … Mar 5, 2014 #1 Does anyone know where I can review such a list? I don't know of anything(new) <$600 that has xt32. Buying Advice, Tech Support, etc for Televisions, Home Theater, Speakers, Projectors, Audio/Video Receivers, etc. Press question mark to learn the rest of the keyboard shortcuts. I've been ready to pull the trigger on a new receiver, primarily so that I can introduce Audyssey to my home theater system. "Let our rigorous testing and reviews be your guidelines to A/V equipment – not marketing slogans", Get our latest product reviews and AV stories emailed to you weekly. Thanks for your help! But only 7 brands have Audyssey: Marantz, Denon, Integra, Onkyo, McIntosh, NAD, and Cambridge. No regrets. Every time someone posts a link to such a list it refers back to the Audyssey website and "Page Not Found". Not saying onkyo doesn't have appeal but their room correction is poor---especially for bass. You’re not going to get XT32 cheaper than the X3400H refurb other than the X3300W refurb... but you barely save any money and better to get the slightly newer model with superior Heos streaming. Macy's Day Parade. Having installed many AVR-4311CIs (with XT32), and many receivers with XT, and thus being aware of the significant difference in sound, I will only buy a receiver with XT32. There are still brand new AVR-4311CIs out there if that would be acceptable to you. I am not able to talk about future plans from our licensees. Movies, Ultra HD Blu-ray Discs, DVDs & Theatricks. Right now, there's no Marantz with XT32, which I find odd, because Marantz has the reputation of being more of an audiophile receiver over Denon. Do you know of any near term plans that would put XT32 in a non-flagship Denon or Marantz? The Denon AVRX3400H looks like a good choice, but at $500, it's a little more than I'm looking to spend. In the back of my head the X3400H sounds like what I should go for, but never hurts to check just to make sure I'm not missing out on something else. Thanks! I've looked on their website and did some googling. Having installed many AVR-4311CIs (with XT32), and many receivers with XT, and thus being aware of the significant difference in sound, I will only buy a receiver with XT32. Looks like you're using new Reddit on an old browser. Hi Chris, I've been ready to pull the trigger on a new receiver, primarily so that I can introduce Audyssey to my home theater system. Your one stop for all things Home Theater (except soundbars). The only way you’ll get XT32 cheaper is on the used market. I was going to suggest ordering from Safe and Sound in Chicopee, MA, but since you already ordered it doesn't matter. EDIT: Thanks for everyone's help, I ended up ordering the Denon AVRX3400H! I'm looking to upgrade from an ancient 5.1 receiver that doesn't even have HDMI to something newer with lots of bells and whistles on a budget. You must log in or register to reply here. JavaScript is disabled. Can't they just re-stream last years? http://www.avsforum.com/t/795421/official-audyssey-thread-faq-in-post-51779/51750#user_a14, "Official" Audyssey thread (FAQ in post #51779) - Page 1726, 2 pb2000 or 1 fv15hp or 1 vtf 15h mk2 or 1 Monolith 15. Comprehensive List of Receivers with Audyssey XT32? I'm looking to upgrade from an ancient 5.1 receiver that doesn't even have HDMI to something newer with lots of bells and whistles on a budget. I don't need a lot of what the 4520 has (much overkill), but something like a 3313CI would be really nice, but of course, it has XT. Does anyone know where I can review such a list? This is exactly what I was looking for. With Audyssey you are looking for a level of between -12dB and +12dB to be within the range that the receiver can adequately control the sub. I can't open the list on AVS....do you have to be a member over there to open it? I believe you need to be a member to download the file. Buying Advice US. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated! I've looked on their website and did some googling. I don't know of a list. I'm particularly interested in Audyssey MultEQ XT32 … Every time someone posts a link to such a list it refers back to the Audyssey … Are there any other models (or even a different brand) with similar offerings a little cheaper? The problem is that only the Denon AVR-4520CI has XT32. I'm particularly interested in Audyssey MultEQ XT32 and think its corrections and processing will really help with the sound in my small studio apartment, particularly with volume and low frequency leveling (I'm tired of riding the volume when watching movies at night) I've been doing a lot of research and it seems buying a Denon from accessories4less is a popular "can't go wrong" decision to get a good bang for ones buck. This receiver supports all the same audio formats as the S750H and sounds better than the under-$1,000 models we tested, thanks to its more advanced Audyssey XT32 room correction. Cheapest receiver with Audyssey MultEQ XT32? Chris, by the way, I'm only interested in a Denon or Marantz receiver. New comments cannot be posted and votes cannot be cast, More posts from the hometheater community. I just checked out the X3300W and you are right, for $40 you get some nice features like Alexa control. Thanks for the help. X3400H... that's why i bought one. The Denon AVR-S930H has pretty much everything I want, including being half the price, but only has the older version of Audyssey which I'm sure is still great, but may lack some of the optimizations I'm after. Since the OP is specific about room correction features I'm not sure if thats his best route.

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