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Interesting move on from the 8805. I always liked having the Marantz units due to the balanced outputs, updating through their units every couple of years. I know that I am vastly underutilizing the bells & whistles of the current 8805 unit, as I didn't/haven’t run any of the Audyssey sound processing after not having that great of results with some of their earlier units (very likely due to user error). Lyngdorf sounds like an interesting piece, and seem to have all of the Atmos and other immersive sound abilities covered. I currently run a 5.2.2 setup in the media room so it may be a little overkill for us. Unfortunately, our access to anything relative to ‘home theater’ advisors is fairly restricted to group like BB/Magnolia, and well, we’ll us leave it at that.
Thank you. So even in retail its $4500 more and also need some skills to set it up. I have neither LOL.The Altitude 16 is $17,000 retail. (We've sold a bunch, probably because of pricing to DIYers.)
The MP-60 is $12,500 retail. (We don't carry that line, but did evaluate it against the Altitude 16, Altitude 32, and the Datasat RS20i (another excellent processor).
I saw in the news. Did not think that you two were related. Its a shame. My mom & uncle are sheltering in place and at 87 years of age told her not to allow anyone in or step out for even 5 minutes. Luckily they are having people drop off supplies outside their door, watching Netflix and they live inside secured gated compound.So far so good, we're lucky, I lost an Uncle in New York to the virus. He was a highly skilled Neurosurgeon, with a specialty of separating conjoined twins. We share the same name, and the irony with his death was that it occured on my birthday, March 30th. A shame really, medicine lost a good man.
So far so good, we're lucky, I lost an Uncle in New York to the virus. He was a highly skilled Neurosurgeon, with a specialty of separating conjoined twins. We share the same name, and the irony with his death was that it occured on my birthday, March 30th. A shame really, medicine lost a good man.