Need some advice on a good a/v receiver

Hello, I have a pair of LS350 McIntosh, front speakers, pair of rear LS310 McIntosh speakers and a McIntosh center channel speaker too. What is a high end, warm sounding (not bright) a/v receiver I can consider to drive these speakers within a budget of around $1,000. Any ideas would be most appreciated. Thanks.
Check out NAD, AMC, and .
Marantz SR-7200 is a good option for well under $1,000 new. I've used an SR-7000 for the last 18 months and have been very pleased. Outlaw is a good choice for around $500.
Yamaha has one of the better digital sound processors and the DSP-A1 integrated is a great choice - can be gotten used for under 1K but use to list at over 2k - it can handle the Mcintosh apeakers just fine. I own one and push Eggleston Andras in an HT system with it. This unit does not have a tuner but there is a version with one.
Check out the Yamaha RXV-3000. It also can be had for under $1000 and is as good of sounding reciever as you'll find. Wide variety of ins and outs with plenty of power for you high quality speakers. Has all the latest Digital surround modes that matter too.
Check out the review on for the Denon 3802.
Has all the bells and whistles - more than the outlaw for
around $700. Sounds incredible for an HT system.
Deno's have reliability issues, but they are pretty high current. My denon 5700 has broken twice in two years, but it sounds much better than my Merantz.

Haven't heard anyone describe Yamaha as "warm" (and I own one) - besides NAD and Denon, consider B&K, Nakamichi, and Rotel. If you can live with basic DD/DTS the Nak AV-10 is a very good choice for musicality.

Or, you could try something like the Harman/Kardon AVR-520 for around $1,000.00 or so. If you shop around a little bit, then you may be able to get one for about $800.00 or $850.00 or so. I have a Harman/Kardon AVR-210 that is about a year old right now, and I truly love mine. It is considerably smaller than the model that I am asking you to check out. But then again, my home theater is in a smaller room, so I don't need as much power as you probably would need either. Also, you could check out the Denon AVR-2802 for $800.00 list, the next model up, the Denon AVR-3802 for around $1,100.00 list. And, there is also a couple of Yamahas that are priced in this area as well (the model that strikes my fancy is the RX-V1200, which is priced at about $1,200.00). They are worth checking out also. If you shop around, you should be able to get any of these models for below list.

Good Luck...........

Thanks to all for the advice.