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WTD:Dolby Dig AV Amp with 2 optical inputs

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8y, 10m agoPosted 8 years, 10 months agoFeedback:104 Positive/1 Neutral/0 Negative
hi, im after a cheapish AV amp, not fussed what just as long as the price is right, must have 2 optical inputs though...

cheers
jough Avatar
8y, 10m agoPosted 8 years, 10 months agoFeedback:104 Positive/1 Neutral/0 Negative
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#1
Do you know that you can get an optical splitter that can split the signal two ways ? (therefore needing only one input) - might reduce your cost significantly.

It won't work with Sky though as the signal is always on - even on stand by. - however you can get switchable ones that would work !!
#2
What does one call cheapish?
banned#3
1 Billion Dollars


Nah, about 4 or 5 quid
#4
wierdowoss
1 Billion Dollars


Nah, about 4 or 5 quid


Good Luck
#5
I will sell you mine for £275 + £25 postage
It has 3 optical
2 hdmi outs
1 hdmi in
Dolby Digital
#6
bigfoot what make/model is that? I might be interested.
#7
Pioneer - VSX-1016V


With an HDMI interface (version 1.2), the VSX-1016V allows you to make a direct digital audio and video connection between your receiver and any other HDMI-capable source with a single cable. Digital to analogue conversions are made redundant and you get the benefit of pure, high resolution audio and visual quality.

You’re guaranteed the best possible sound reproduction using 7 channels, whether you’re watching, listening or playing. With THX Select2 and THX Surround EX certification, the receiver also supports all the latest surround sound formats.

The VSX-1016V also gives you Basic Phase Control, which minimises any phase mismatching, calibrating the delay and aligning the phase precisely, to match it for all channels and achieve advanced levels of sonic purity.

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Price: £398.99 (Including VAT at 17.5%) Google search details
#8
Bigfoot600
What does one call cheapish?


up to around £70ish.

Richer Sounds have a Sony for £99.99 or (the one I have been looking at) Denon for £119.99 so if 2nd prices are more than £70 I would probably just get one new.. £119 budget is still a month away for me thougha nd I want one NOW :p

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