What’s your budget, and are you open to buying used equipment?
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You mention TT, so you want to make sure (like the one's you chose) that any receiver you consider has Phono Inputs (view back panel, look for phono jacks and nearby ground ). TT does not 'drive' anything, it is a low level signal to the phono input of the receiver, it's amp's drive the speakers.
The Pre-Out: Front L & R is a desirable feature for home theater. Denon's typically do NOT have this feature. Again, view back panel, look for 'Pre-Out'. Many only have Pre-Out 'SUB' for subwoofer, the .1 in Dolby 5.1
Many (not all) Yamaha's and Marantz's have Pre-Out for both SUB(s) (nearly all do), AND they have Pre-Out: Front.
It allows you to send the front l & r out at line level, to a separate 'better' 2 channel stereo amp to drive your front speakers. Now or Later. You probably will upgrade your speakers someday.
Using Pre-Out to a separate pre-amp/integrated amp for front L & R, the AV Receiver still controls the volume of the front speakers as well as using it's internal amps for center/rear l/ rear r/ and pre-out to a self-powered sub.
Note: preamp/integrated amp for home theater front speakers needs a dedicated input, typically called HT Bypass. It passes the AVR volume controlled front signals directly to it's l/r amps.
So I have recently upgraded my TV to a QN90B. I would like to flesh out my audio setup and buy a receiver and speakers to put together a 5.1 setup. I have some old pioneer speakers (S-FCRW3100-K) that I got from a roommate in college. Assuming they still work, I would like to upgrade components one at a time over the next few years, starting with the receiver.
My main use for the system would be to watch movies and TV shows on the television and listen to music through a record player or a streaming service. I may do some gaming in the future. I don't want to spend too much on any one component, but would be willing to go above the budget theater level.
I've looked at a few of the buying guides and am interested in the Denon s760h or x1700h. I imagine those will be sufficient for the TV but would be interested in learning if they have enough power to properly drive a turntable. If they aren't powerful enough, what is the recommendation for a receiver with more power or a pre out that could be used with an amplifier https://vlc.onl/?
As for the speakers, I haven't had much time to look into them. What is the recommendation on how much to spend to get a good starting pair and any models I should look at?
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