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Onkyo TX-NR575 7.2 Network A/V Receiver $289 after Coupon on NewEgg Flash

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Is it comparable to 676, or this one is better than that?
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Is it comparable to 676, or this one is better than that?
676 has higher wattage and more inputs/outputs:

"The 575 and 676 receivers are very similar to each other, with wattage and the number of inputs and outputs being the main difference. The TX-NR575 features six HDMI inputs, while the TX-NR676 has seven, with six in the rear and one upfront. This model also has two HDMI outputs that are capable of displaying on a TV and a projector simultaneously."
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676 has higher wattage and more inputs/outputs:

"The 575 and 676 receivers are very similar to each other, with wattage and the number of inputs and outputs being the main difference. The TX-NR575 features six HDMI inputs, while the TX-NR676 has seven, with six in the rear and one upfront. This model also has two HDMI outputs that are capable of displaying on a TV and a projector simultaneously."
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Looks like 5.2.2 atmos, pass
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Looks like 5.2.2 atmos, pass
Why? What are you looking for?
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Why? What are you looking for?
7.2.4 probably
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676 has higher wattage and more inputs/outputs:

"The 575 and 676 receivers are very similar to each other, with wattage and the number of inputs and outputs being the main difference. The TX-NR575 features six HDMI inputs, while the TX-NR676 has seven, with six in the rear and one upfront. This model also has two HDMI outputs that are capable of displaying on a TV and a projector simultaneously."
The 575 only has 1 HDMI out, while the 676 has 2.
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Looks like 5.2.2 atmos, pass
Are you looking for a 9.2/5.1.4 receiver with Atmos? Are there any of those that are even available under $700? The cheapest I see at accessories4less is a refurb Pioneer Elite SC-85 for $700. I'm sure those are much better and more future proof but at less than half the cost these 7.1/5.1.2 receivers will be fine for many buyers. The 5.1.4 receivers will become cheaper as Atmos becomes more mainstream but for right now if you budget is around $300 then 5.1.2 is the way to go.
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It also looks like accessories4less lowered the price on a refurbed NR676 to $270. It comes with a one year warranty.

https://www.accessories4less.com/...ver/1.html
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Are you looking for a 9.2/5.1.4 receiver with Atmos? Are there any of those that are even available under $700? The cheapest I see at accessories4less is a refurb Pioneer Elite SC-85 for $700. I'm sure those are much better and more future proof but at less than half the cost these 7.1/5.1.2 receivers will be fine for many buyers. The 5.1.4 receivers will become cheaper as Atmos becomes more mainstream but for right now if you budget is around $300 then 5.1.2 is the way to go.
Looking for 7.2.4 support, i'm holding out... I know they're expensive still, but never know. Refurbs come around here and there. I'm guessing I can get one under $500
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I have a 7.1 setup now. Would love to add 2 Atmos speakers for 7.1.2; the price jump for a 9.2 receiver is crazy.
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Oh mamma. This is tempting. My Onkyo HTRC160 is running fine, but I need to jump in the 4K market in the next 6 to 12 months. I don't really care for Atmos at this time, but I think this would be a nice jump for features compared to the 160 right?

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Always used Denons. Should I switch to Onkyo?
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Purchases. Going to pair them with the $140 5.1 Harmon kardon deal from last week and add some Atmos ceiling speakers.
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