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  1. Thanks very much...ill take that under consideration 👍
  2. I have recently updated my home theatre system. The AVR that I chose is the Yamaha RXA2 Aventage which does boast a lot of the newest technology in terms of 4K and 8K video all of the latest audio and video formats at a modest price of $800 USD. It has Sabre Ess DAC and a built in Phono stage and respectable streaming capability. I use Tidal to stream a lot if my music. All of the conveniences are great however for me I would like to also have a better 2 channel experience. I have considered many options including starting over with a very decent integrated amplifier something along the
  3. Thank you very much for the advice. I am actually considering a different approach now. Ive been researching the Yamaha AS 1200 and 2200, the Denon Anniversary Edition PMA-A110 and the Marantz PM-KI Ruby. As far as speakers go I'm looking into High sensitivity speakers like klipsch Forte III or Cornwall IV. I probably shouldn't but I do like to listen very loud and i will probably integrate a pair of subs so true full range speakers are not necessarily needed. The integrated Amps are between 2,700 and 4k and the speakers are about the same. That's pretty muc
  4. I would like to build a 2 channel system with a budget of $2000 -$3000. I have one in mind and I would like to hear opinions and or options to consider. The source for now is a Project Essentials III with an acrylic platter and an Ortofon 2M Blue Cartrige that I currently own. The integrated Amp in mind is a Rogue Sphinx v3 (tube preamp section with Class D hybrid 2X100w @ 8ohms) https://www.zuaudio.com/turntable/rogue-audio-sphinx-v3 Driving Zu Dirty Weekend Speakers (12 ohm with full range drivers) https://www.zuaudio.com/loudspeakers/omen-dirty
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