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Old March 26th, 2005, 5:51 PM
wz56km wz56km is offline
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Receiver Opinions needed

Hi, I just ordered the VT-12 6.1 speaker set after reading about a thousand glowing reviews and now have a ton of dumb questions.

1) I am just setting up my system now and my next purchace is going to be a receiver. I am currently looking at the Yamaha 5760 (RX-650 I believe its also called) or the Pioneer VS-X 1014. The Yamaha is slightly cheaper but the Pioneer is THX certified (whatever that means). I like both the Yamaha and the Pioneer for its automatic sound setup. So I'm looking for opinons on what you guys think sounds better with the VT-12. I will be using it for about 80% movies and 20% music.

2) Also on my limited budget I will have to limp along on my junky sony subwoofer for about 6 months... Do you see any problem with this?

3) I read a bunch of places that I could also send my room dimensions in and HSU would tell me optimal speaker placement. Is that something I post here? I am currently in the middle of finishing my basement and need some opinion before I finish her up.

Thanks a ton in advance.
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Old March 29th, 2005, 1:08 PM
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I can't speak for the Yamaha, but I can say tons for the 1014. Before I settled on it, I tried two other receivers. The 1014 was hands down the best of the trio. The Auto MACC set-up is dead on and worthy of the hype machine. It's the biggest, and heaviest receiver I have ever own. You know what they say about big receivers (more power). I got a good deal from J&R for 399.00, shipping included. To hear more of the hype, go to the AVS Forum and find the receiver forum. You can't miss the postings for the 1014.
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Old March 29th, 2005, 1:14 PM
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I too bought the 1014 for the same purpose as stated above....

I only paid 329.00, Ill have to check where though!
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Old April 8th, 2005, 6:37 PM
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hi


I've got the vt-12 with the yamaha 650, and am quite happy with it.

Donno about the Pio thou. However, for its price, I think the Yamaha has the best quality. And be asure that it matches very well with the vt12.

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