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Frys.com has as an Email Exclusive: Denon AVRX1400H 7.2-Channel A/V Receiver on sale for $338 when you apply your unique Saturday 1/20/2018 Email Promo Code during checkout. Select in-store pickup where available.

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The Offer for the X3400H still exists @$500 until today, however if you don't want to spend as much this is a good deal as well. They all still only allow 5.1.2 and you need to step up to the 4400H to get 5.1.4


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Opted for this instead of the Onkyo 676 deal from Newegg with gift card. Just a correction to your post: it's the Saturday code. That initially had me confused...
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Opted for this instead of the Onkyo 676 deal from Newegg with gift card. Just a correction to your post: it's the Saturday code. That initially had me confused...
Thanks - I updated it.
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how is this compare to Yamaha RX-V681BL or Onkyo TX-NR575?
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Tough sell when two models up is less than $75
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Tough sell when two models up is less than $75
Less than $75? What?
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This is a whole bunch of money for a mediocre receiver. It should be $240-260 for what it is. This is about what you should pay for an X2400H, while the X3400H can be had for $500.

Remember, Costco had the TSR-7810 for $400 ($375 with the 25 off coupon), which offered pre-outs and similar specs to the X3400 for $100 less. And this is a whooping $37-62 less for a vastly inferior receiver. The Onkyo RZ810 can be had for $509 from WorldWide Stereo, if you contact them, and it's even better than the X3400H.

For slightly more than this there are much better receivers out there, and you shouldn't waste your time buying it just because it's a Denon. Remember, even though the C300 has the Mercedes emblem on it, it's still low-end and is nothing like buying an E550. Same thing for this.
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This is a whole bunch of money for a mediocre receiver. It should be $240-260 for what it is. This is about what you should pay for an X2400H, while the X3400H can be had for $500.

Remember, Costco had the TSR-7810 for $400 ($375 with the 25 off coupon), which offered pre-outs and similar specs to the X3400 for $100 less. And this is a whooping $37-62 less for a vastly inferior receiver. The Onkyo RZ810 can be had for $509 from WorldWide Stereo, if you contact them, and it's even better than the X3400H.

For slightly more than this there are much better receivers out there, and you shouldn't waste your time buying it just because it's a Denon. Remember, even though the C300 has the Mercedes emblem on it, it's still low-end and is nothing like buying an E550. Same thing for this.
+1 Rep. Was wondering how this compared to the TSR-7810 at Costco and you've already answered my question. Thanks!
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This is a whole bunch of money for a mediocre receiver. It should be $240-260 for what it is. This is about what you should pay for an X2400H, while the X3400H can be had for $500.

Remember, Costco had the TSR-7810 for $400 ($375 with the 25 off coupon), which offered pre-outs and similar specs to the X3400 for $100 less. And this is a whooping $37-62 less for a vastly inferior receiver. The Onkyo RZ810 can be had for $509 from WorldWide Stereo, if you contact them, and it's even better than the X3400H.

For slightly more than this there are much better receivers out there, and you shouldn't waste your time buying it just because it's a Denon. Remember, even though the C300 has the Mercedes emblem on it, it's still low-end and is nothing like buying an E550. Same thing for this.
Can you elaborate on the inferiority? Is the 80watts/channel low?
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Showing 238 in cart for me
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Showing 238 in cart for me
The X2400H is now showing 238, get that instead.
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The X2400H is now showing 238, get that instead.
No shipping unfortunately
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I have the Onkyo TX-NR656 that I bought for $238 (incl tax) at Best Buy. Return window expires 1/31. Is this a better Receiver than the NR656? I don't live near a Fry's and will need it shipped. Thanks for any inputs!

EDIT: Additional inputs.

Crutchfield analysis shows that the 656 has 8/2 HDMI in/out vs 6/1 for the Denon. Also the output for Onkyo is 100 watts per channel (80 for Denon). Onkyo also supports a phone input.

Denon on the other hand has an extra year of warranty and supports 4 ohm minimum speaker impedance vs 6 for Onkyo.

I'm using the Onkyo in an 11*12*8 space with a projector.
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This is a whole bunch of money for a mediocre receiver. It should be $240-260 for what it is. This is about what you should pay for an X2400H, while the X3400H can be had for $500.

Remember, Costco had the TSR-7810 for $400 ($375 with the 25 off coupon), which offered pre-outs and similar specs to the X3400 for $100 less. And this is a whooping $37-62 less for a vastly inferior receiver. The Onkyo RZ810 can be had for $509 from WorldWide Stereo, if you contact them, and it's even better than the X3400H.

For slightly more than this there are much better receivers out there, and you shouldn't waste your time buying it just because it's a Denon. Remember, even though the C300 has the Mercedes emblem on it, it's still low-end and is nothing like buying an E550. Same thing for this.
Any recommendations for a receiver that'll do 5.1 and 4k hdr around this price? Will either be hooking it up to ML motion or some BW entry level wall mountable speakers with an OLED tv.

Will be replacing a onkyo sr606 I believe? (Not at house to confirm but 6 years old at least)
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Any recommendations for a receiver that'll do 5.1 and 4k hdr around this price? Will either be hooking it up to ML motion or some BW entry level wall mountable speakers with an OLED tv.

Will be replacing a onkyo sr606 I believe? (Not at house to confirm but 6 years old at least)
I would be interested in this also.
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