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trickson

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Wanted to talk about my new Denon AVR-S750H, For an affordable Home Theater system it's not half bad.
I thought I would upgrade my system since my Sony T.V. is 4K. I like the fact that it has True DD and Atmos along with every other bell and whistle you need for a sold Home Theater.
It is a bit intimidating starting over and learning a new system but Denon makes it dummy proof! With a full on screen display with help menus and lots of information online.
I really LOVE the fact that Denon has Audyssey, It is fool proof. Set it and you are done.
You can manually set up you speakers and even the EQ, If you are good at such things.
Myself? Well I set it up and wow it takes my Klipsch speakers to all new levels of sound from the older AVR-3802 I was using.

A few things I do not like about this Denon?
1: There are no AC power jacks on the system.
2: There are NO RCA outputs other than the Sub woofers RCA out 1 and 2 or the Phono.

So far that is about it.
I would defiantly recommend this as an entry level Audiophile system.
The sound quality is fantastic along with the easy step by step setup makes the Denon my pic for Home Theater and music.
 

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How much was this whole setup?

I just got a LG 65NANO85. Cost me about $1,600 CAD cause I liked the 4K 120hz (two ports) and it is pretty decent image quality and fantastic sound (but terrible terrible blacks/local dark).

But I am in need of a good audio system with Dolby Atmos. Does this offer that?
 

trickson

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How much was this whole setup?

I just got a LG 65NANO85. Cost me about $1,600 CAD cause I liked the 4K 120hz (two ports) and it is pretty decent image quality and fantastic sound (but terrible terrible blacks/local dark).

But I am in need of a good audio system with Dolby Atmos. Does this offer that?
Yes 7.1 with Atmos. and tons of other things.
This one cost me $499.00 USD. the sub I got at Costco for $189.00 USD. The center speaker cost my $169.00 USD and the rest of my Klipsch speakers (4) cost $500.00 USD each.
My Sony 4K Bravia only cost my $895.00 and yes it is a 72"!!!!!!!
 
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Are those Klipsch reference series speakers? How do you like them? During my single days (pre-wife &kids) I purchased some reference series to replace my Klipsch synergy series but I found the reference way too bright. I ended up going with a Mirage Oni series (then Klipsch bought them years later).
 

trickson

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Are those Klipsch reference series speakers? How do you like them? During my single days (pre-wife &kids) I purchased some reference series to replace my Klipsch synergy series but I found the reference way to bright. I ended up going with a Mirage Oni series (then Klipsch bought them years later).
Reference Premiers and they sound great.
Mine sound big and clear.
Crisp and clear highs and clear clean lows. The Dynamic EQ really take the Klipsch RP series to a new level IMHO.
I would recommend this Denon to anyone as long as they know about the lack of RCA/out and lack of power plugs.
 
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