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Yamaha TSR-7810 7.2-Channel Network Receiver $449.99 @Costco.com w/ Free Shipping Members Only

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4K Ultra HD Pass-Through with HDCP 2.2
Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, AirPlay and USB Capabilities
Dolby Atmos and DTS:X
6 HDMI Inputs
MusicCast Wireless Multi-Room Audio


https://www.costco.com/.product.1..._HP_Laptop

https://usa.yamaha.com/products/a...index.html

Is a relabeled Yamaha RX-V781

Probably can be found cheaper, but Costco service and return
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i have this receiver. good deal. unfortunately, no $25 off $250 promos running right now. and the costco customer service rep claims you can't combine any discount promo with the $25/250 promo (although i believe many people did that last year). but like all yamahas--solid deal with TWO hdmi outputs. i do believe this is the re-numbered (for costco) same thing as the RX-V781.

I've seen this in selected costcos. san francisco, santa cruz... sometimes the costco will carry the slightly lower model (with only one hdmi output). so call ahead if you want to pick up today for the same $40 off B&M

Lastly, the return warranty for this is not 30 days (for computers and electronics) but the regular general costco return policy. this is not mentioned in the fine print of the electronics 90 day policy. i've bought yamaha receivers over the last 6 years from costco and never had a problem. the most i've ever had to do is do a factory reset which fixed all the issues.
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I also have this receiver and it is rock solid. I upgraded my old RX-V667 to this re-branded RX-V781 during the Christmas holiday sale (I paid $449 then) and I did a side-by-side compare of the entire spec sheet on Yamaha's website... they are the same unit.

This has been a pleasure to use on my new 65" LG OLED. No issues with signal noise or clipping in HDR. Tough to beat this unit at this price.
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does it do upscaling?
I see folks are comparing to older V781.... how does it stack up against newer v583
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I just brought back the $380 Costco one after a month or so. It random would not have any sound after turning everyrthing on. I would get a picture but no sound. I turned it on and off and no dice. I found that I could get sound back by unplugging and plugging the receiver back in. I got another one but this time it was $40 off. I will say I consider this a very low end entry model
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I just brought back the $380 Costco one after a month or so. It random would not have any sound after turning everyrthing on. I would get a picture but no sound. I turned it on and off and no dice. I found that I could get sound back by unplugging and plugging the receiver back in. I got another one but this time it was $40 off. I will say I consider this a very low end entry model
you mean the TSR-5830?

Also, I donot see much feature difference between TSR-5830 and TSR-7810 (besides 7 series having more power for driving more powerful speakers and 1 additional HDMI out).
For a simple 5.1 setup, is 5-series good or are there any other features in 7-series?
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you mean the TSR-5830?

Also, I donot see much feature difference between TSR-5830 and TSR-7810 (besides 7 series having more power for driving more powerful speakers and 1 additional HDMI out).
For a simple 5.1 setup, is 5-series good or are there any other features in 7-series?
Yes, the 5830. I don't know the difference between the 2 besides the more power l, more hdmi inputs and 2 HDTV outputs
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The 5830 is now $349 @ Costco for the same time period. Have a Onkyo that works ok (a few glitches), but it doesn't support HDCP 2.2 for 4k. ARRRRRRRRRRRRR, damn standards keep changing. Anyway, I had to order the 5830 as my Costcos have neither of these in stock.

It said 2-4 days on shipping. Anyone know how quick Costco gets these out?

Edit: Whoops, nevermind on the shipping. Just got an email notice. Coming from CA and will be here in two days. Not bad for free shipping.
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This one also has a phono preamp and preamp outputs.
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1. Dual mirrored HDMI outputs.
2. Network streaming sources: vtuner(Net Radio), Rhapsody, Spotify, Pandora and SiriusXM. TSR-5810 has vtuner(Net Radio), Spotify and Pandora.
3. Graphical user interface. (HD font & icon) TSR-5810 has Standard color (New for series) interface.
4. YPAO - R.S.C. with multipoint measurement. TSR-5810 has standard YPAO.
5. Video up conversion for Composite & Component (408i only.) our via HDMI.
6. Phono Input
7. 5 HDMI inputs (3 HDCP 2.2.) TSR-5810 has 4 HDMI inputs.(All HDCP 2.2.)
8. 1 HDMI input (Not HDCP.) and USB 5V-1A. TSR-5810 has Stereo Mini input and USB 5V-1A.
9. 1 Component Video Output/2 Component video inputs.
10. 2 optical inputs. TSR-5810 has 1.
11. 4 analog inputs. TSR-5810 has 3.
12. Discrete Pre-Outs for use with an external amplifier.
13. Extra SP 1 & 2 for more assignment flexibility. SP1 F.Presence/Zone2 & SP2 Surround Back/Zone 2/Bi-Amp.
14. Zone 2 Speaker/Pre-out. RX-V581 has Zone B speaker out.
15. Subwoofer PEQ
16. 1 12v-0.1A Trigger output.
17. 1 IR IN/1 IR Out.
18. Aluminum front panel.

Warranty: 2 Years

Output Power(2 channel driven.)
TSR-7810:
95 W (20 Hz to 20 kHz, 0.06% THD, 8 ohms)
TSR-5810
80 W (20 Hz to 20 kHz, 0.09% THD, 8 ohms)
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Yes, the 5830. I don't know the difference between the 2 besides the more power l, more hdmi inputs and 2 HDTV outputs
You can see a comparison between the TSR-5810, which the TSR-5830 replaced, and the TSR-7810 here: http://faq.yamaha.com/us/en/article/audio-visual/av-receivers-amps/tsr/10686/9491.

The 5810 and 7810 are 2016 models, and the 5830 is a 2017 model. The difference from one year to the next is fairly minimal. The most significant upgrades to me from the 5 series to the 7 are increased weight (probably due to bigger amp and perhaps a bit better components, more inputs and the preamp output), plus the much better YPAO room multipoint measurement.

Yamaha has evidently done away with the RX-V7xx series, with the highest announced 2017 model being the RX-V683. Speculation has been that the 7 series was taking sales from the Yamaha Aventage RX-A8xx receivers. Frankly, the TSR-7810 remains one of the best buys out there at even Costco's regular price, and the new TSR-5830 is also a solid buy.
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I bought one. They had a lot at my Costco.
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This or the Denon x2400h?
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anyone know if this would be an upgrade to an Onkyo TX NR818. Looking for something with 4k
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You can see a comparison between the TSR-5810, which the TSR-5830 replaced, and the TSR-7810 here: http://faq.yamaha.com/us/en/artic...10686/9491.

The 5810 and 7810 are 2016 models, and the 5830 is a 2017 model. The difference from one year to the next is fairly minimal. The most significant upgrades to me from the 5 series to the 7 are increased weight (probably due to bigger amp and perhaps a bit better components, more inputs and the preamp output), plus the much better YPAO room multipoint measurement.

Yamaha has evidently done away with the RX-V7xx series, with the highest announced 2017 model being the RX-V683. Speculation has been that the 7 series was taking sales from the Yamaha Aventage RX-A8xx receivers. Frankly, the TSR-7810 remains one of the best buys out there at even Costco's regular price, and the new TSR-5830 is also a solid buy.
Why in costco's photos, do they show the 5380 with an antenna on the back, that's not on the 7810. Do they not have all the same wireless capabilities?

Also, I don't know what you call this feature, but are either of these capable of being left on standby, then turns on only when they get a signal?
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