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Help selecting an AVR


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Hi, I'm looking for more clarification regarding 2.1, I intend to upgrade this year the entire media set in the living room, (TV + receiver + speakers), I wanted to know if I must 2.1 Also in the receiver, I intend to connect a living room computer directly to the TV with 2.1 and with the help of eARC to the receiver, my question is do I need a receiver with 2.1 if I do not connect to it directly?

As for the need for 2.1, I do intend to play with the computer on 120.

 

If the answer is not which receiver is currently recommended up to 2500 - 3000 and if so ... it will be expensive, what is the most reasonable receiver (price for performance) with 2.1?

 

Thanks and hope the answer is no 😅

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Hi, I'm looking for more clarification regarding HDMI 2.1, I intend to upgrade this year the entire media set in the living room, (TV + receiver + speakers), I wanted to know if I must HDMI 2.1 Also in the receiver, I intend to connect a living room computer directly to the TV with 2.1 and with the help of eARC to the receiver, my question is do I need a receiver with 2.1 if I do not connect to it directly?

As for the need for 2.1, I do intend to play with the computer on 4k 120.

 

If the answer is not which receiver is currently recommended up to 2500 - 3000 and if so ... it will be expensive, what is the most reasonable receiver (price for performance) with 2.1?

 

Thanks and hope the answer is no 😅

2.1 is required in any case for the ability to play 4k / 120hz or 8k / 60hz on the TV or screen (it is probably important to make sure they support it). And yes, you must have the receiver support it. All of Danon's new series, as well as Merenz's, support this, and their receivers that have been made since May also do not contain the bug that will create a problem with you. 2.1. If you want to save, look for the cheapest receiver in Danon's series, the s960h

 

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