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ElectronicsExpo via NeweggFlash has Denon AVR-S730H 7.2-Channel Network AV Receiver w/ HEOS Wireless Multi-Room Audio technology on sale for $289. Shipping is free. Thanks drbroad
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matches the Frys price, but free shipping. Dual zone and dual source is one feature you won't find on many $300 receivers

$289 + Free Shipping from Electronics Expo via NeweggFlash [newegg.com] (added 5/31)


https://www.amazon.com/Denon-AVRS...B06XYHTQTH $299 expired
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The AVR-S730H represents the most affordable seven channel 3D Audio AV Receiver with renowned original Denon sound. With HEOS wireless technology built-in, you can stream and control all your local or online music effortlessly from anywhere in your home with the comfortable HEOS App. Create a stunning home theater experience with the built-in Dolby Atmos and DTS:X 3D surround sound decoders, and all the latest video technologies including Dolby Vision, HDR (High Dynamic Range) and HDCP 2.2. The ultimate in future-proofness.
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Can you get to Frys? Do you have Amazon only? Do you use it for Atmos? What speaker setup do you have?

This kind of question is so subjective that unless you provide specifics of what you will be using it for you are going to get all different responses.
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This or the denon 1400?
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This or the denon 1400?
Can you get to Frys? Do you have Amazon only? Do you use it for Atmos? What speaker setup do you have?

This kind of question is so subjective that unless you provide specifics of what you will be using it for you are going to get all different responses.
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Can you get to Frys? Do you have Amazon only? Do you use it for Atmos? What speaker setup do you have?

This kind of question is so subjective that unless you provide specifics of what you will be using it for you are going to get all different responses.
I have the same question. I had my eyes on this receiver until I saw the 1400. The only positive that I have found to the 1400 is some say the audyssey is better on it. I currently run a 7.1 setup and have thought about switching to atmos but most likely will stay with 7.1 for a while. Don't have easy access to a fry's but would easily make the 3 hour drive for a good priced receiver. Partly because I like Fry's and would enjoy going.

What do you think overall? this or the 1400?
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This looks good. But it isn't really 165 Watts per channel is it?
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This or the denon 1400?
FYI this only comes with 2 years of warranty while x1400h comes with 3 years
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I could only find X1400h is $399 at Frys. Do you have same $299 price as original deal? Otherwise Is the x1400h worth $100 difference?
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I could only find X1400h is $399 at Frys. Do you have same $299 price as original deal? Otherwise Is the x1400h worth $100 difference?
If you're don't need it immediately I'd wait for 1400 to go on sale. Judging by the fact that Denon is announcing a ton of new receivers possibly in summer, it's just a matter of time for 1400 to go below 300 (in fact I got mine this week from bestbuy for 300). To me, the extra 1 year of warranty alone is worth the waiting
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This looks good. But it isn't really 165 Watts per channel is it?
No it is not. It is a reference of 165 watt 1ch driven.
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I read your dual source as dual hdmi output and was disappointed to see the pics. Zone 2 does NOT support digital sources.
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Bought this just under a month ago and it was a very nice upgrade from my old Pioneer. I will likely never use a ton of the features on it, but it's still one of the best values in this price range.
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This looks good. But it isn't really 165 Watts per channel is it?
Always look for the 8 OHMS specs for at least 2 channel driven at a time. Based on that the power is 75W per channel (when only two channels are being driven by 8 ohm speakers). Realistically speaking if you are running surround sound speakers do not expect more than 50 W per channel with multiple channels being driven at the same time. 50W is a lot of power by the way. Should be good unless you have very inefficient speakers (less than 88db sensitivity)
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What's the best bang for buck receiver? What kind of features should I be looking for?
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