Best Receiver for Definitive speaker set up?


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Username: Bigbob345

Post Number: 4
Registered: Nov-04
Hello all,
I am upgrading my home theater and have purchased all definitive speakers(Mythos) for 7.1 surround and was wondering what would be the best receiver to match my speakers I am now using my Yamaha receiver which I paid $1500.00 12 years ago which sounds great but because of lack of inputs need to upgrade, would like to stay around the same price range any help would be appreciated thanks

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Username: Markusp

Toronto, ON Canada

Post Number: 113
Registered: Apr-04
Right now I am using the Harman Kardon AVR635 with Definitive Technology BP2006TLs and really like the sound (EQ the bass can make a world of difference in any room).

I also like the match with both NAD and Cambridge Audio (both of which I owned). Did not like the Def Techs with Yamaha, Denon or Rotel. They seemed too sterile in my environment.

Hope that helps.

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Username: Bush_guy

Villa Park, IL USA

Post Number: 1
Registered: Apr-05
I'm currently running a Yamaha RX-V1 with a complete DefTech 6.1 setup (8.1 with front presence/effects speakers). BP-10B fronts, CLR1000B Center, BP2X Rear Surrounds, C1B Rear center and BP1 front effect speakers. After a good amount of preparation and tweaking - read: Progold and Silclear - it produces a nice open sound with excellent depth and balance. I can't speak for the other amps/receivers that Markus mentioned. I'm also not familiar with the Mythos sound.


Gold Member
Username: Project6

Post Number: 2970
Registered: Dec-03
Take a look at the Outlaw Audio 950 coupled with the Outlaw Audio 7100 power amp. This set-up really works well with the Def techs.

John W
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I just recently purchased the Pioneer 1014 reciever, and I am now looking at some Def Techs all the way around. Will the Def Techs be a good fit for the reciever? If need be, I will take the reciever back, it hasn't even been opened yet. The only reason I bought it first is because it was on clearance for ~$400.

I am looking at either the BP8s or BP6s for the fronts, the C/L/R 2002 or the Procenter2, and then the BP 1.2Xs for surrounds. I cant afford a sub right now, but I will look at those when I can afford one.

Gold Member
Username: Project6

Post Number: 2976
Registered: Dec-03
The Pioneer usually play well with Def Techs. But you will be the ultimate judge:-)
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