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Denon3808 or yamaha 3800 ?

Dear sir,
i want to buy a good av receiver but i prefer better sounds besides of home cinema, which one is for me denon 3808 or yamaha 3800.
and which loudspeakers work good with it.

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I like the denon 3808 because it has very good sound if you don't like it chose the other one

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