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#320894 - 09/01/10 11:01 AM Re: M80v3 are “Towers of Power” [Re: solarrdadd]
Ram R Offline
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Registered: 08/04/10
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Hi Buddy , thank you for sending me the link, I had a look at your awesome HT set up and it looks absolutely fantastic, very neat, Excellent setup my friend.

M8Ov3 can rock when hooked up with my Audiolab Amp. After listening to SRV / Stevie Vai / Eric Johnson / Joe Satriani / Santana / Deep purple / Grand Funk Rail Road & Uriah Heep. My friends were thunderstruck when they all heard the speakers come alive with the detailed crisp sound. M80s are Ace of bass when it comes to bass. These speakers are great all-rounder’s I am extremely happy with my decision to purchase this awesome speakers.

I am on the process of setting up my HT and need your advice on buying the best HT 7.1 receiver.I think most of the HT users are using Emotivia amps.Only DENON / Pioneer & Yamaha AV receivers are sold here.I’d appreciate your valuable advice on setting up my HT.

I want to thank John /CV /Grunt/Mark/ Elalardeau scott/ Adrain/ sirquack/ fred/ Paul/ larry/ Grover / Jay/Merchman all who have responded to my feedback.

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#320917 - 09/01/10 01:29 PM Re: M80v3 are “Towers of Power” [Re: Ram R]
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Loc: It's all about the location.
Denon is the most popular here, of those three you mentioned, Ram.
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#320983 - 09/01/10 06:54 PM Re: M80v3 are “Towers of Power” [Re: Ram R]
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There's a band I haven't heard mentioned in a long, long time.

From that list I would go with the Dennon. They have consistently been able to handle 4 ohm loads.
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#321011 - 09/01/10 08:47 PM Re: M80v3 are “Towers of Power” [Re: fredk]
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Of those listed, I would go with Dennon for my AVR needs. if this model or comparative model is available where you are, i'd recommend this dennon AVR. If i was going dennon, i would use this AVR myself.

http://www.usa.denon.com/ProductDetails/5118.asp

best of luck Ram Raju, please keep us posted and thank you very much for the kind words about my gallery!
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#321034 - 09/01/10 10:43 PM Re: M80v3 are “Towers of Power” [Re: Ram R]
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Ram, of the receivers that you mention I'd definitely suggest one of the mid-price Denons, primarily because of Audyssey MultEQ auto-calibration and room equalization. Any similar model in the Pioneer or Yamaha line can also easily power the M80s.
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#321068 - 09/02/10 09:58 AM Re: M80v3 are “Towers of Power” [Re: solarrdadd]
Ram R Offline
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Loc: Saudi Arabia

Thank you for the reply,can you please suggest me the Denon Model No....I am confused.


Originally Posted By: solarrdadd
Of those listed, I would go with Dennon for my AVR needs. if this model or comparative model is available where you are, i'd recommend this dennon AVR. If i was going dennon, i would use this AVR myself.

http://www.usa.denon.com/ProductDetails/5118.asp

best of luck Ram Raju, please keep us posted and thank you very much for the kind words about my gallery!


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#321069 - 09/02/10 10:01 AM Re: M80v3 are “Towers of Power” [Re: JohnK]
Ram R Offline
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John, Thank You.



Originally Posted By: JohnK
Ram, of the receivers that you mention I'd definitely suggest one of the mid-price Denons, primarily because of Audyssey MultEQ auto-calibration and room equalization. Any similar model in the Pioneer or Yamaha line can also easily power the M80s.


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#321114 - 09/02/10 05:45 PM Re: M80v3 are “Towers of Power” [Re: Ram R]
solarrdadd Offline
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Loc: Alexandria, VA
Originally Posted By: Ram Raju

Thank you for the reply,can you please suggest me the Denon Model No....I am confused.


Originally Posted By: solarrdadd
Of those listed, I would go with Dennon for my AVR needs. if this model or comparative model is available where you are, i'd recommend this dennon AVR. If i was going dennon, i would use this AVR myself.

http://www.usa.denon.com/ProductDetails/5118.asp

best of luck Ram Raju, please keep us posted and thank you very much for the kind words about my gallery!


The model number is listed at the website, remember, for your location that model might not be available so you may have to search for dennon that is available where you live and see which model AVR has comparable features as the one i linked you to. if this model is available where you are then your good to go!
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#321149 - 09/03/10 03:14 AM Re: M80v3 are “Towers of Power” [Re: Ram R]
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Ram, when I mentioned a "mid-price" model, I was referring to something like what is labeled in North America as the 3310(or new 3311). The 2310/11 or 4310/11 could also be considered, depending on your budget; it shouldn't be necessary to get one of the highest-priced models.
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#321150 - 09/03/10 04:25 AM Re: M80v3 are “Towers of Power” [Re: JohnK]
Ram R Offline
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Registered: 08/04/10
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John, my good friend I think I will go for the 2311Model. Thank You for your reply.

Ram


Originally Posted By: JohnK
Ram, when I mentioned a "mid-price" model, I was referring to something like what is labeled in North America as the 3310(or new 3311). The 2310/11 or 4310/11 could also be considered, depending on your budget; it shouldn't be necessary to get one of the highest-priced models.


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