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Fry's has as an Email Exclusive: Onkyo TX-NR676 7.2-Ch 4K UHD A/V Receiver on sale for $268 when you apply your unique Friday 6/1/18 Email Promo Code (sign up for future promo code deals here) during checkout. Select free store pickup where available. Thanks avatar13

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This popular deal from Memorial Day is back again for 1 day. I picked it up last weekend at this price, this is a great deal for a 4K/60 w/HDR/DV, Dolby Atmos, passthrough receiver. It's been replaced by the TX-NR686 but the main difference is the new 2018 model is THX Certified.

Onkyo NR676 $268 with promo code One Day Only at Fry's. Free shipping.

7.2 receiver with Dolby Atmos and DTS:X decoding capable of 5.2.2
6 HDMI inputs all HDCP 2.2 compatible, also 1 front HDMI input
2 HDMI outputs, same source only
HDR10 and Dolby Vision compatible
Phono Input
Ethernet, dual band WiFi, Air Play, Pandora, Tidal, Spotify, Chomecast built in with firmware update

100 watts/channel 8 ohms. 20Hz - 20kHz 0.08% THD 2 channels driven

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I have the TX-NR656 and can confirm that it does 4K HDR on Xbox One (it passes all tests) ... (TX-NR656). Also, I ran into issues in initial setup with 4K/HDR, and it was the HDMI cable (lower spec, I guess). It was my fourth HDMI cable that seemed to work, IIRC.

You might need to update your receiver's firmware manually. It looks like Onkyo broke the network update (at least for some users). I just manually download the ones Onkyo's web site, burn to USB flash, and do it that way. Good luck!

Update: Here's the Onkyo Firmware Download Site (sometimes tough to find using their navigation): https://www.onkyousa.com/Downloads/firmware.php
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how is this compared to Yamaha RX-V583?
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For me the Onkyo wins. It has 100w/ channel vs 80w/channel on the Yamaha. The THD is 0.08 vs 0.09 so it's a hair cleaner sounding. Also the biggest difference is the Onlyo has 7 HDMI input and 2 output vs just 4 input/1 output. Having just 4 hdmi would be a deal breaker for me.
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Missed the deal on onkyo tx-nr575 couple weeks ago. Is this a better deal?
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Does this do FULL HDMI HDR PASSTHROUGH, I have an TX-NR656 and it apparently does not. It doesn't pass the tests in PS4 Pro or XBOX ONE X.
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Missed the deal on onkyo tx-nr575 couple weeks ago. Is this a better deal?
Not sure how much cheaper it was but the 676 has 1 extra hdmi input and 1 extra output plus it has 100 watts/channel vs 80 watts/channel on the 575. Other than then wattage and inputs they are the same.
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how does this compare to the Denon avr s730h for $290 deal?
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how does this compare to the Denon avr s730h for $290 deal?
It really depends upon what you want. This is Googlecast enabled, the Denon isn't, but the Denon supports HEOS.

Personally I think the Onkyo is better. I'm undecided whether I should get this or wait for a good soundbar I can afford.
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It really depends upon what you want. This is Googlecast enabled, the Denon isn't, but the Denon supports HEOS.

Personally I think the Onkyo is better. I'm undecided whether I should get this or wait for a good soundbar I can afford.
denon will support HLG with firmware upgrade but onkyo will not , but onkyo have one more hdmi output and volume overlay in 4k , denon doesn't support volume overlay in 4k ...
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denon will support HLG with firmware upgrade but onkyo will not , but onkyo have one more hdmi output and volume overlay in 4k , denon doesn't support volume overlay in 4k ...
http://store.onkyousa.com/store/o...5110871700

Supports HLG.
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personally I would never buy a Onkyo, for its quality issues. But I have seen people having similar comments on the Denon threads as well. There was batch of Onkyo recivers which were offered free fix.
All the others still suffer the same HDMI issue, with no fix or replacement. They can only be fixed by Onkyo at half the price of a new receiver.
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http://store.onkyousa.com/store/o...5110871700

Supports HLG.
yes . my bad
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thanks OP. Got one! got free local delivery (I have a Frys in my city)
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I think I'm going to buy one.

I'm really torn between buying a new receiver or buying a soundbar with wireless speakers. I live in an apartment so I'd probably have to have the sub turned way down, but I like the idea of having rears.

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