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Denon AVR-530BT for $129.99. Factory Refurb with 1 yr warranty

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Accessories4less has the entry level Denon AVR 530BT for $129.99 plus $9 shipping. This is a factory refurb receiver with 1 year mfrs warranty.

https://www.accessories4less.com/...html#!more

The AVR 530BT is a basic entry level 5.1 receiver with no wi-fi or networking, Bluetooth only.

Power and Processing:
5-channel amplifier
70 watts per channel into 8 ohms (20-20,000 Hz) at 0.08% THD, with 2 channels driven
Dolby® and DTS® surround sound decoding
automatic speaker setup optimizes your speakers for your room and setup (microphone included)

Digital and Streaming Music Options:
built-in Bluetooth for wireless music listening with smartphones, tablets, and compatible computers
Bluetooth remote app lets you control your system from your compatible mobile device
Denon's Compressed Audio Restorer improves sound quality of MP3s and other digital music files
plays high-resolution FLAC files from connected USB memory devices (up to 24-bit/96kHz)
Connections:
HDMI 2.0b audio/video switching: 5 in, 1 out
HDCP 2.2 technology ensures compatibility with 4K Ultra HD sources and TVs (HDMI inputs 3, 4, 5, and monitor output only)
HDR-compatible for extended picture contrast and brightness with compatible 4K TVs and HDR-encoded content
supports HDR10

Not a bad deal if looking for an entry level receiver with 4K and HDCP 2.2 capability.

Sale doesn't specify an end date so maybe it is while supplies last.
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Gah! This is perfect for me except for needing a second sub. Pretty tempting.

Edit: This is 5.2! Also, shipping is an additional $9.
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Gah! This is perfect for me except for needing a second sub. Pretty tempting.

Edit: This is 5.2! Also, shipping is an additional $9.
Or you could just use RCA cable splitter if it wasn't 5.2....
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Or you could just use RCA cable splitter if it wasn't 5.2....
Bah! Practical workarounds be dammed! Wink
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I got a Denon refurb receiver from them and I can't decide if I would do it again. The receiver I had randomly loses all audio. (No extra buttons being pressed or anything.) I have to factory reset the thing and then set everything back up all over again. It is the weirdest thing. I have googled it and have never found any luck with the problem.
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I got a Denon refurb receiver from them and I can't decide if I would do it again. The receiver I had randomly loses all audio. (No extra buttons being pressed or anything.) I have to factory reset the thing and then set everything back up all over again. It is the weirdest thing. I have googled it and have never found any luck with the problem.
Do you have HDMI hooked up through it? I've had that too. Changing one of the settings related to that on my tv I believe fixes that. Annoying but only happens once or twice a year.
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In 4 1, have the same receiver in my living room, and have been looking to replace my old Yamaha 5940, so this will be perfect

Thanks OP!!
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I always purchase my receivers through this website.

I've purchased 4 now.

Upgrade every couple of years.

Don't need one of these, but if you do.. I can testify they are a good company to buy from
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I got a Denon refurb receiver from them and I can't decide if I would do it again. The receiver I had randomly loses all audio. (No extra buttons being pressed or anything.) I have to factory reset the thing and then set everything back up all over again. It is the weirdest thing. I have googled it and have never found any luck with the problem.
Update the firmware
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spray some compressed air in the headphone jack. Sometimes that fixes the "no sound" problem.
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No support for record players if that's a deal breaker for anyone else.
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Do you have HDMI hooked up through it? I've had that too. Changing one of the settings related to that on my tv I believe fixes that. Annoying but only happens once or twice a year.
Thanks! I will take a look.
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Update the firmware
I will give that a try... I don't have it hooked up on my network, maybe I will buy a wireless bridge for it. I assume putting it on the network is step one, much different than the updating of firmware from USB of (much) yesteryear?
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spray some compressed air in the headphone jack. Sometimes that fixes the "no sound" problem.
This was one of the first things I tried....

Also I should really learn to multi quote...I just remember that was an option. (Too late)
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I will give that a try... I don't have it hooked up on my network, maybe I will buy a wireless bridge for it. I assume putting it on the network is step one, much different than the updating of firmware from USB of (much) yesteryear?
I've found USB to be the most reliable way to update. The network firmware updates kept bombing out on me.
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