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Onkyo has 6 HDMI inputs and 2 outs (for different zones)
Pioneer has 4 in and 1 out

Both do 4k and HDR @ 60hz passthrough
Both handle DTS:X and Atmos
Both do Dolby Vision and HDR10 for HDR
but the Pioneer also does HLG, which is a newer HDR standard that may start being used. I think I saw that the Onkyo could get that with a firmware update. Nothing uses HLG yet that I've seen

Onkyo does 170watts per channel
Pioneer does 165

I wouldn't bother worrying about the Ohms or watts per channel. It's impossible to get an equal comparison on these things between brands and comes down to what sounds better to you if you are comparing. The only people who would notice are using super expensive speaker setups and wouldn't be buying either of these receivers anyway.

Both have built in Chromecast


Basically, do you or will you need more inputs and outputs?
If so, get the Onkyo...if 4 is enough, go for this one
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The important thing for most people to know about newer receivers is to make sure they are HDCP 2.2 compliant on as many HDMI ports as possible. Both of these models have that on every port.

This is what allows 4k HDR @60hz...so people are actually getting the most out of their shiny PS4 Pros and Xbox 1 X's plus whatever else comes along in the next few years.

Also, if you are going to have HDMI cables going further than about 6-10 feet, MAKE SURE YOU GET QUALITY SHIELDED CABLES! It used to not matter what kind of HDMI cable you used but now, with all the extra data being used by these new standards, you need some THICK cables for runs longer than that.
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How does this compare to the Onkyo deal from a few days ago (TX-NR575)? Reviews on the pioneer seem pretty good from what I can see.
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Only 4 HDMI ports sucks right? My TV has 4 and I'm struggling......... advice?
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How does this compare to the Onkyo deal from a few days ago (TX-NR575)? Reviews on the pioneer seem pretty good from what I can see.
Deal still active? Link?
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I personally added an HDMI switch to my system. Works like a charm. You can get them for under $10
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Only 4 HDMI ports sucks right? My TV has 4 and I'm struggling......... advice?


https://www.cnet.com/news/hdmi-hu...y-devices/

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Only 4 HDMI ports sucks right? My TV has 4 and I'm struggling......... advice?
Since I swapped to streaming mostly I don't need 4. 1 for my Android box, 1 for a PC stick, and 1 for a gaming system.
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How does this compare to the Onkyo deal from a few days ago (TX-NR575)? Reviews on the pioneer seem pretty good from what I can see.
Much rather have the onkyo than this. Are you referring to the ebay deal or the best buy in store clearance deal?
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How does this compare to the Onkyo deal from a few days ago (TX-NR575)? Reviews on the pioneer seem pretty good from what I can see.

Onkyo has 6 HDMI inputs and 2 outs (for different zones)
Pioneer has 4 in and 1 out

Both do 4k and HDR @ 60hz passthrough
Both handle DTS:X and Atmos
Both do Dolby Vision and HDR10 for HDR
but the Pioneer also does HLG, which is a newer HDR standard that may start being used. I think I saw that the Onkyo could get that with a firmware update. Nothing uses HLG yet that I've seen

Onkyo does 170watts per channel
Pioneer does 165

I wouldn't bother worrying about the Ohms or watts per channel. It's impossible to get an equal comparison on these things between brands and comes down to what sounds better to you if you are comparing. The only people who would notice are using super expensive speaker setups and wouldn't be buying either of these receivers anyway.

Both have built in Chromecast


Basically, do you or will you need more inputs and outputs?
If so, get the Onkyo...if 4 is enough, go for this one
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I have got the 676 Onkyo receiver. Extremely happy with it. Paid $350 and has a few more features.
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Much rather have the onkyo than this. Are you referring to the ebay deal or the best buy in store clearance deal?
It depends... Onkyos and Pioneers are basically identical and share design/components. Someone on AVSForum actually tore down both and they were basically identical inside. This Pioneer is somewhere in the middle in specs between a Onkyo TX-NR575 ($299 on Amazon) and an Onkyo TX-SR373 ($225 on Aamazon). Personally I wouldn't touch either brand after having multiple Onkyos die on me with HDMI board failures. Yes, they did say the issues are fixed in current models, but the trust is just not there...
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Deal still active? Link?
It's dead. I'm just trying to get a feel for features/$ and if I'm missing anything. It was at Best buy for $210 but very limited availability.
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Onkyo has 6 HDMI inputs and 2 outs (for different zones)
Pioneer has 4 in and 1 out

Both do 4k and HDR @ 60hz passthrough
Both handle DTS:X and Atmos
Both do Dolby Vision and HDR10 for HDR
but the Pioneer also does HLG, which is a newer HDR standard that may start being used. I think I saw that the Onkyo could get that with a firmware update. Nothing uses HLG yet that I've seen

Onkyo does 170watts per channel
Pioneer does 165

I wouldn't bother worrying about the Ohms or watts per channel. It's impossible to get an equal comparison on these things between brands and comes down to what sounds better to you if you are comparing. The only people who would notice are using super expensive speaker setups and wouldn't be buying either of these receivers anyway.

Both have built in Chromecast


Basically, do you or will you need more inputs and outputs?
If so, get the Onkyo...if 4 is enough, go for this one
This is super helpful thanks. I don't care about the number of inputs - was more concerned about format compatibility. Thanks!
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This is super helpful thanks. I don't care about the number of inputs - was more concerned about format compatibility. Thanks!

glad it helped

The important thing for most people to know about newer receivers is to make sure they are HDCP 2.2 compliant on as many HDMI ports as possible. Both of these models have that on every port.

This is what allows 4k HDR @60hz...so people are actually getting the most out of their shiny PS4 Pros and Xbox 1 X's plus whatever else comes along in the next few years.

Also, if you are going to have HDMI cables going further than about 6-10 feet, MAKE SURE YOU GET QUALITY SHIELDED CABLES! It used to not matter what kind of HDMI cable you used but now, with all the extra data being used by these new standards, you need some THICK cables for runs longer than that.
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