Denon or Yamaha with Monitor Audio Radius R270 HD10?

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Which receiver would fit more to the Radius sound Denon AVR-1910 or Yamaha RX-V765 and would AVR2310 and RX-V1065 maybe be a better option for the Radius R270 HD10? Im affraid that 1910 and 765 might not use the full potential of the Radius.
Onkyo is not an option because it's hard to get in my country and i heard it has a too bright sound for the MA Radius, Harman Kardon are the most warm receivers but they are too expensive imo.

What about Sony, any competition for Denon or Yamaha?

I will mainly use my 5.1 system for watching movies and playing games.

Btw in my country Yamaha and Denon are priced very similar, Yamaha is slightly more expensive.
 
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Hi Skyform,

I am no expert but have the Yahama 1065 with Monitor Audio 270 front with 225 centre. 90's for the rear and ASW12 sub.

These are the old radius before HD and in my opinion he combination is excellent for film, TV and very good for music.

Volume is just, well very loud, Never able to play at full volume im my 10ftX20ft room.

I woud imagine the HD Radius would be even better, The Yamaha cost £509 GB pouds here and I am very impressed with it.

One more thing if you should need any help from Yahama Customer service they are brilliant!

Cheers

John
 
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Well saddly it's not as cheap in Slovenia, both denon 2310 and Yamaha 1065 are around 750-800? :(
 
Yamaha receivers are known to pair very well with Monitor Audio speakers. Get a demo of the 765 & see how you like it.
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Just to redress the balance a little...

As you will see below I have MA Radius HD speakers used with the Denon AVR 2310. I am increasingly happy with the sound for both films and music as the speakers and amp settle down. WHFSV also seemed to rate this combo in their awards issue etc, and with the AVR 1910 displaying similar characteristics to the 2310 I would imagine you couldn't go far wrong with the Denon option.
 

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