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Best Buy: Yamaha RX-A1060BL 7.2-Ch Network AV Receiver $720 Free S&H, $576 Open Box in Store

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Best Buy has the Yamaha RX-A1060 on clearance for $720 with free shipping.
http://www.bestbuy.com/site/yamah...Id=5118201

Open box models are available in store for $576 as well.
This is last year's model and not as good a deal as the RX-A1070 (current model) from Fry's last week, but still a good price.
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Not sure why so little interest in this. The 1070 has one less component input than the 1060 making the 1070 a no go for me.
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The 1070 can be had for $699 from Fry's. I don't think the # of component video inputs is relevant to most people.
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Open box 420+tax now excelent cond. Low stock only 2 avalible nearby.
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Not sure why so little interest in this. The 1070 has one less component input than the 1060 making the 1070 a no go for me.
If a component input is a requirement for you, you should be looking at receivers from the early 2000s, not this.
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If a component input is a requirement for you, you should be looking at receivers from the early 2000s, not this.
or a higher end one than this
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