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Promoted 07-24-2016 by Corwin at 07:31 PM View Original Post
Frys.com has Email Exclusive: Denon AVR-X4200W Denon 7.2 Channel Full 4K Ultra HD Network A/V Receiver w/ Wi-Fi & Bluetooth for $897 when you apply your unique Email Promo Code (sign up for future promo code deals here) during checkout. Shipping is free or select free store pickup where available. Thanks donEddie7

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Edited July 24, 2016 at 03:58 PM by donEddie7
Fry's has the Denon AVR-X4200W [frys.com] on sale for $897 w/ Email Promo Code 7/24-7/30. It is available for shipping now but typically this drops in and out of stock throughout the week.

Edit: As an added bonus, I was able to get the receiver with no taxes in-store! I didn't need to ask or anything. It showed up as a rebate on my receipt, so that's another $60ish saved! I'm not sure if this works online but if so, even nicer!

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Good price, but if I recall a month back someone mentioned the new lineup should be releasing any day now. Might want to factor that into your decision.
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Quote from ruffrhyno View Post :
Good price, but if I recall a month back someone mentioned the new lineup should be releasing any day now. Might want to factor that into your decision.
Yes, the upgrade to this one, the 4300h will be releasing in about a month. It's already been announced but details are a little scarce. I expect prices to drop even further than $897 when that happens, but many can price match using Credit Cards or even through Fry's should that happen. That's definitely my plan, to buy right now and hopefully get it for ~$750 when all is said and done in a month or so.

If I didn't need a receiver, I'd probably wait, but my Onkyo is at the repair shop (again) and I intend to sell it once I get it back. It's been down too many times for me to warrant staying with them any longer.
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Yes, the upgrade to this one, the 4200h will be releasing in about a month. It's already been announced but details are a little scarce. I expect prices to drop even further than $897 when that happens, but many can price match using Credit Cards or even through Fry's should that happen. That's definitely my plan, to buy right now and hopefully get it for ~$750 when all is said and done in a month or so.

If I didn't need a receiver, I'd probably wait, but my Onkyo is at the repair shop (again) and I intend to sell it once I get it back. It's been down too many times for me to warrant staying with them any longer.
I've never had any luck with Onkyo. I just snagged a new Marantz for my set up.
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Excellent receiver at a great price! I've had zero issues with this receiver and it sounds great with my Klipsch speakers. I was a Onkyo fan but no more. Too many issues.
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Quote from donEddie7 View Post :
Yes, the upgrade to this one, the 4200h will be releasing in about a month. It's already been announced but details are a little scarce. I expect prices to drop even further than $897 when that happens, but many can price match using Credit Cards or even through Fry's should that happen. That's definitely my plan, to buy right now and hopefully get it for ~$750 when all is said and done in a month or so.

If I didn't need a receiver, I'd probably wait, but my Onkyo is at the repair shop (again) and I intend to sell it once I get it back. It's been down too many times for me to warrant staying with them any longer.
maybe for HDR?
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Hey Whats the promo code ?
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Hey Whats the promo code ?
You get them from subscribing to their email list. Subscribe on their site and it should still work. You should receive the email they sent out. If not, try calling customer service and many have had success getting a code from there.
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This thread/first post has all
Major details for the 2016 receivers.

http://www.avsforum.com/forum/90-...?_k=71uyjz

All new 2016's have these features

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S720W/S920W/X1300W/X2300W/X3300W/X4300H/X6300H
- Dual band 802.11n Wifi (5Ghz added to previously only single band 2.4Ghz)
- Auto Lip sync delay (increased from 200ms to 500ms adjustment)
- RC Source Select (allows changing of an HDMI standby pass through source while the AVR is in Standby mode - 2015 and older models require powering on the AVR to change the pass through source)
- Playback of high resolution audio files (DSD 5.6 Mhz - increased from 2.8 Mhz) via USB and network
- DTS:X / DTS Neural:X (via firmware update August 2016, should be pre-loaded on the X4300H/X6300H)
- Video Mode - new "Bypass" setting (S920W/X2300W only as a result of the Video Conversion setting being removed)
- Audyssey iOS/Android phone app (est $30) - using the Audyssey mic, provides the ability to customize target curves, save them, and share them with others (ETA Fall 2016)
Also X4300H will have 2 new onboard processors, so native 9.2 capability to do 7.1.2 Atmos or 5.1.4 Atmos setup.
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This is good deal but your approaching yamaha territory, i vote for yamaha
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Got one today. They might also have an open box available for around $75 less, depending on your location.

As a side note, I tried to get Best Buy to PM this before I left (it's 1.5 hours less driving), but that was a no-go. YMMV on PMing the "email code".
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Can someone explain to a novice like me what the difference in sound would be with my Klipsch Reference series speakers and sub when using a speaker in this price range compared a $300-400 receiver? Am I not using the full potential of my high end speakers if I don't get a high end receiver? Thank you in advance! Reps for good answers to this.
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Yes, the upgrade to this one, the 4300h will be releasing in about a month. It's already been announced but details are a little scarce. I expect prices to drop even further than $897 when that happens, but many can price match using Credit Cards or even through Fry's should that happen. That's definitely my plan, to buy right now and hopefully get it for ~$750 when all is said and done in a month or so.

If I didn't need a receiver, I'd probably wait, but my Onkyo is at the repair shop (again) and I intend to sell it once I get it back. It's been down too many times for me to warrant staying with them any longer.
coincidentally my Denon 4520 just lost its second HDMI outboard in 6 months during a lightning storm tonight. everything is hooked up to an APC unit yet it still fried the board. Roku is fine which was streaming to it at the time of the storm, TV is fine. My 6 year old Yamaha was also running upstairs at the time and still works mint. Will be sending it to repair shop and selling it when it is returned. Seems to me the HDMI boards on my receiver are extremely sensitive, if it continues to be the only electronic that fails consistently like this.
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My onkyo 809 has been rocking perfectly since last 3 to 4 years without any issues. Had got it for $400.
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