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Onkyo TX-NR676 7.2-Ch Network A/V Receiver + $50 Newegg GC EXPIRED

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Indirectly price comes out to $349 when taking the included $50 Newegg GC into account.

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DTS:X and Dolby Atmos® up to 5.2.2 Channels
210 W per Channel (1 Ch Driven, 6 Ohms, 1kHz, 10% THD)
Ready for Chromecast built-in*1 and DTS Play-Fi®*1
Dolby Vision Compatible
Dual-band Wi-Fi, AirPlay, Spotify®, TIDAL, Deezer, Pandora®, TuneIn*1
HDMI® 7 In / 2 Out Including 1 Front (HDCP 2.2 / HDR)
Powered Zone 2 for Audio Playback in 2nd Room

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snagged this for tax free and GC that should be useful.
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This do HDR10 too or just dolby Vision? oh I need to read looks like it does.

Can anyone explain Powered Zone 2 and Zone 2 Lineouts? Does that mean you can send audio and video to a separate TV and 2 speakers? Like an outdoor speakers and TV?
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This do HDR10 too or just dolby Vision? oh I need to read looks like it does.

Can anyone explain Powered Zone 2 and Zone 2 Lineouts? Does that mean you can send audio and video to a separate TV and 2 speakers? Like an outdoor speakers and TV?
Around 50 second on this video. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ULKpEsXWyv0

Around 2:20 for what the Main and Sub HDMI outputs are used for.
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This do HDR10 too or just dolby Vision? oh I need to read looks like it does.

Can anyone explain Powered Zone 2 and Zone 2 Lineouts? Does that mean you can send audio and video to a separate TV and 2 speakers? Like an outdoor speakers and TV?
Looks like hdr 10 and dolby vision per Amazon's product page. Couple of reviewers mentioned having issues with hdr.
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Great receiver, I've been using it for about 3 months. Grabbed it for $549 + $300 newegg gift card when they had that deal. Pretty nice deal at this price too.
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Mine sparked out of no where a year and a couple months into having it.
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Still have a txnr905, never really used it to its potential but I never had any issues simce I got it about 7 or so years ago. Need to get something for the times due to HDMI inputs and all. But the watts per channel hold me back on a new one. The 905 was 2k or something like that.

Also really wanted a powered zone 2 as the sub HDMI out on the 905 only allowed for a separate tv to go on with my stuff as an eother or option but oddly no ir remote so I had to buy a harmony.

Guess at those prices only assumes a rack system in a closet. But the powered zone audio allows me to play music out in my yard patio while watching a full surround in my living room
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Not sure what the WiFi is used for but I assume I can connect an Echo Dot to this via BT, correct?
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Ever since onkyo dropped audyssey calibration in favor of their own home-built version, and due to their hdmi board recall issues, I can't recommend them anymore. (I used to be a fan boy having owned 5 different units over the years). Denon is the way to go.
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I have this receiver, got as part of a trade-in program with Onkyo because their products are PLAGUED with HDMI board and DTS chip issues.

Depending on your setup, you may need to disable ARC/CEC (one option to rule them all). There's apparently a "handshake" issue between my Samsung TV and the receiver. With CEC enabled, I don't get any video signal. So I ran optical from the TV and assigned an input to use that Optical In. It's a workaround that really only matters if you intend to use the "smart" apps on your TV, but I'm otherwise satisfied. It's got a ton of options, power, and the sound quality is only going to be limited by your speaker setup.

One other thing. Onkyo has terrible customer service. And I mean terrible. An office full of nihilists with telephones. Good luck to you if you get a bad unit, now or one year down the road.
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Plenty of info on powered zone 2 on the device you used to get to slickdeals website.
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