Denon AVR-X2200W with Dali Zensor 7 (5.1) Speaker Package - Includes Cable Bundle worth £143.99 - £1499 @ Exceptional audio visual
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Denon AVR-X2200W with Dali Zensor 7 (5.1) Speaker Package - Includes Cable Bundle worth £143.99 - £1499 @ Exceptional audio visual

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Denon AVR-X2200W with Dali Zensor 7 (5.1) Speaker Package - Includes Cable Bundle worth £143.99

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Unsure why people voting it cold. Anyone care to explain.
swadhwani

Unsure why people voting it cold. Anyone care to explain.



Probably because it's not a £30 soundbar.

Nothing against the deal exactly, but isn't the X2200W slightly underpowered for this setup?
people dont know what they are voting on sadly

this is the 'sweet spot' for pricing of surround sound amp and speakers, where the manufacturers already squash in huge value. so to see this kind of price reduction makes it a steal

also IMO a well matched amp and speaker kit. 150W per channel is plenty for the Dali which are fairly easily driven
karmaki11er

people dont know what they are voting on sadly. this is the 'sweet spot' … people dont know what they are voting on sadly. this is the 'sweet spot' for pricing of surround sound amp and speakers, where the manufacturers already squash in huge value. so to see this kind of price reduction makes it a steal


I doubt most people are up on this sort of kit as £1.5K for a surround sound set-up is more of a bitter pill to swallow than anything.
karmaki11er

people dont know what they are voting on sadly this is the 'sweet spot' … people dont know what they are voting on sadly this is the 'sweet spot' for pricing of surround sound amp and speakers, where the manufacturers already squash in huge value. so to see this kind of price reduction makes it a steal also IMO a well matched amp and speaker kit. 150W per channel is plenty for the Dali which are fairly easily driven



Power Output (6 ohm, 1 kHz, 1% 1ch Drive) 150 W

From what I know, this means at 6ohm, playing a 1 KhZ source (or tone), with 1 channel driven, it can output 150w. Misleading I know, but that's how they're rated. Once you add 4 more speakers and play a proper source, like music, things look quite a lot different. The AV is actually rated at 500w input, so between 400w and 500w total for all channels.

If you keep the volume low it won't matter to you, but I personally don't think it's a great pairing. Maybe I'm wrong
rev6

Power Output (6 ohm, 1 kHz, 1% 1ch Drive) 150 WFrom what I know, this … Power Output (6 ohm, 1 kHz, 1% 1ch Drive) 150 WFrom what I know, this means at 6ohm, playing a 1 KhZ source (or tone), with 1 channel driven, it can output 150w. Misleading I know, but that's how they're rated. Once you add 4 more speakers and play a proper source, like music, things look quite a lot different. The AV is actually rated at 500w input, so between 400w and 500w total for all channels.If you keep the volume low it won't matter to you, but I personally don't think it's a great pairing. Maybe I'm wrong



what amp would you suggest then?
Unless you don't listen all that loud (I said low above but that's wrong), it shouldn't be a concern. It's something Exceptional AV put together, it might be worth querying it with them if you or anyone else is interested in this.

rev6

Power Output (6 ohm, 1 kHz, 1% 1ch Drive) 150 WFrom what I know, this … Power Output (6 ohm, 1 kHz, 1% 1ch Drive) 150 WFrom what I know, this means at 6ohm, playing a 1 KhZ source (or tone), with 1 channel driven, it can output 150w. Misleading I know, but that's how they're rated. Once you add 4 more speakers and play a proper source, like music, things look quite a lot different. The AV is actually rated at 500w input, so between 400w and 500w total for all channels.If you keep the volume low it won't matter to you, but I personally don't think it's a great pairing. Maybe I'm wrong



I really dont know what you are trying to say here and think you got a little confused
the 500w input you quoted is the power consumption of the amp and nothing to do with the power it outputs. the output is dictated by the size of the transformer or transformers inside the amp

the amp here in question is rated at 125w per channel at 6ohms (or 150w at 4ohms)

speakers as i hope you would know have different impedance depending on the frequency they are being asked to deliver however the demanding low frequency notes which have low impedance and will require more power will be delivered by the sub and so we can typically say the other 5 speakers will be working within the 4 - 8 ohm window for the majority of the time and such will be delivered 95 - 150watts each

loudness though isnt dictated solely by the power of the amp but also by how sensitive the speaker units are
these speakers are rated with a sensitivity of 88dB (1w will give you 88dB at 1meter from speaker)
which is pretty efficient and will be fairly easily driven

karmaki11er

I really dont know what you are trying to say here and think you got a … I really dont know what you are trying to say here and think you got a little confused the 500w input you quoted is the power consumption of the amp and nothing to do with the power it outputs. the output is dictated by the size of the transformer or transformers inside the amp the amp here in question is rated at 125w per channel at 6ohms (or 150w at 4ohms)speakers as i hope you would know have different impedance depending on the frequency they are being asked to deliver however the demanding low frequency notes which have low impedance and will require more power will be delivered by the sub and so we can typically say the other 5 speakers will be working within the 4 - 8 ohm window for the majority of the time and such will be delivered 95 - 150watts each loudness though isnt dictated solely by the power of the amp but also by how sensitive the speaker units are these speakers are rated with a sensitivity of 88dB (1w will give you 88dB at 1meter from speaker)which is pretty efficient and will be fairly easily driven



I overlooked this part of the description.

Featuring high current discrete power output devices on all channels, the AVR-X2200W is rated at 95 watts per channel (8 ohms, 20 Hz~20 kHz, .08% THD)
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