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Fry's: Pioneer Elite VSC-LX502 7.2ch x 225W 4k HDCP 2.2/HDR: $478 with personal promo code at Fry's

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(Manufacturer # VSXLX502 )
  • 225W per Channel
  • Powered Zone 2
  • Dolby Atmos
  • HDR Pass-through
UPC 889951001003

https://www.frys.com/product/9585022
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I get mine later today -- shipped last week / no tax Smilie
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This or Sony DN1080?
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225w rms or peak?
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This only has 2 atmos speakers? Need at least 4
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Think this is $399 at Best Buy
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This or onkyo nr676
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225w rms or peak?
I think peak. One brochure i found says 120W/ch RMS at 8 ohms, 150W/ch RMS at 6 ohms
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https://www.frys.com/product/9585...IN_RSLT_PG

$478 with e-mailed coupon (Subscribe to daily coupon at Frys.com)
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this or Denon 3400?
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This or onkyo nr676
Can Absolutely can say This, without even using a brain cell
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this or Denon 3400?
Toss up. Go with the brand u prefer. Id just choose the cheaper of the 2.
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I think peak. One brochure i found says 120W/ch RMS at 8 ohms, 150W/ch RMS at 6 ohms
manufacturer power ratings are a useless spec. there are no standards for testing procedures, so each manufacturer tweaks the test to provide the marketing data (usually a higher power rating). tests can vary by signal duration, signal frequency range, number of channels driven, allowable THD etc. to make matters worse, many times you see specs that are a single channel driven, which is totally non-representative of what you actually use in the most common 5 or 7 channel systems.
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This only has 2 atmos speakers? Need at least 4
Then be prepared to spend a lot more than $478 for a 9 channel receiver. Think the cheapest one out there right now is the new Onkyo 787 which retails for $700 right now. I did find an open box one at best buy for just under $600 one time, kind of regret not picking it up, but if I'm getting Onkyo I think I want to go with their higher end RZ series which is better built.
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manufacturer power ratings are a useless spec. there are no standards for testing procedures, so each manufacturer tweaks the test to provide the marketing data (usually a higher power rating). tests can vary by signal duration, signal frequency range, number of channels driven, allowable THD etc. to make matters worse, many times you see specs that are a single channel driven, which is totally non-representative of what you actually use in the most common 5 or 7 channel systems.
I looked it up and this reciever uses D3 amps. I have an older version that has D2 amps and love it. Plenty of power. Can drive 4ohm loads. Minimal heat.
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