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Vecinu
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Mar 12, 2013
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Unfortunately this is the model that does not have Audyssey MultiEQ XT. I have heard the 1713 and this one and the 1713 simply blows it away with the number of equalizing points it has with MultiEQ XT. I would recommend against this unit for that reason.
Mar 12, 2013
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Apr 27, 2013
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the amazon page for this shows the 1513 as the model which doesn't have this feature , with the 1613 1713 and 1913 all having it, are you sure you weren't thinking of the 1513?
Apr 27, 2013
Vecinu
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Apr 27, 2013
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Jon, Amazon's pages are incorrect. If you go to Denon's website you'll discover that the 1xxx line of receivers all have MultiEQ except for the 1713 which has MultiEQ XT.
I have the 1713 and I spent a month researching this, try it yourself.
Apr 27, 2013
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Apr 27, 2013
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I checked http://usa.denon.com/ and it shows the 1913 and 1613 having multeq, and the 1713 having multeq xt. i have no doubt that the highest model in the line has the best version, it just seems that even denon are misrepresenting their own gear. http://usa.denon.com/us/Product/Pages/ProductComparision.aspx?CatId=avreceivers(denonna)&pids=avr1913(denonna)|avr1713(denonna)|avr1613(denonna) and the audyssey site lists the same http://www.audyssey.com/products?field_multeq_flavor_value%5B%5D=MultEQ&pid=44&ptype=5 *edit* http://www.avsforum.com/t/1409431/the-official-denon-avr-xx13-model-owners-thread-faq explicitly says the 1913 doesn't have xt and the 1713 does
Apr 27, 2013
Vecinu
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Apr 27, 2013
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Jon, you are correct. I got my numbers mixed up, I have the 1713, not the 1913. I also thought their high end model would have the best version of Audyssey but it doesn't. So my argument was that the 1713 would've been a better drop than this 1613, the price difference is marginal.
Apr 27, 2013
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