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    Prologic IIx

    I've heard that some of new Yamaha receivers (and Probably other brands) will come with Prologic IIx.

    How is the Prologic IIx? Is it any good? How does it compare (in music mode) to Neo:6 or 6-channel/7-channel stereo modes found on many receivers?

    As I'm planning to buy a new receiver, I just want to know if it's a good idea to wait for new receivers.
    I know that's, basically, a subjective decision. However, I'll appreciate your comments:

    Thanks in advance

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    There's an ad for a Denon

    reciever in my new S & V Mag. It was this Pro Logic IIx it says..."The latest technology to process stereo sources and 5.1 multi channel content into room filling 6.1 or 7.1 sound..Hmm I wonder if this is any good! It's a good idea anyways!

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    The new Yamaha receivers do have DPL IIx. However, unless you are running a 6.1 or 7.1 system, you will not fully reap the benefits. DPL IIx was designed for handling the additional speakers.

    However, DPL IIx does have one small change that might be of interest. While DPL II has a cinema and music option, DPL IIx adds a "game" option. So, if you're into gaming with your TV/audio system, you might consider DPL IIx.

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