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Onkyo TX-RZ830 9.2-Channel 4K Network A/V Receiver

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Acoustic Sound Design via Amazon.com has Onkyo TX-RZ830 9.2-Channel 4K Network A/V Receiver on sale for $499. Shipping is free. Thanks DJ3xclusive

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  • This deal beats our previous FP deal for this receiver from early April by $10.15. Acoustic Sound Design is an authorized reseller -SaltyOne
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This is $10 less than a previous FP deal, and is sold by an authorized seller.

This includes a built-in Chromecast, supports Dolby Atmos, and pushes 120W per channel (8ohms, 2 channels).

https://www.amazon.com/Onkyo-TX-R...dsrc=staff
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probably a better deal right from onkyo. listed as "Open box" but it is likely brand new for $449

https://store.onkyousa.com/store/...5192851000
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LOL- speaker support on receivers is turning into megapixels on digital cameras Big Grin

Honestly for the average living room a 5.1 setup is MORE than sufficient for great sound separation. If you're setting up in a 40ft room with high ceilings there's going to be some benefit in a 7.2 or a 9.2 ATMOS setup, but people with media rooms that large aren't going to be buying an Onkyo receiver. (I install home entertainment systems as a side gig BTW).
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Solid deal for new, I have this receiver and am happy with it. It supports eARC and AirPlay2 for those that care.
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Now that is a ridiculously good deal.
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Solid deal for new, I have this receiver and am happy with it. It supports eARC and AirPlay2 for those that care.
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Still likely a better deal from www.acousticsounddesign.com [acousticsounddesign.com] for most people using coupon code TV15 for $509.15. At least for me they didn't charge tax. I bought 2.
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Looks like an outstanding deal!
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probably a better deal right from onkyo. listed as "Open box" but it is likely brand new for $449

https://store.onkyousa.com/store/...5192851000
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This is probably a long shot, but...

This receiver will do 7.2.4 decoding, so this plus a stereo amp will get you 11 channels of surround sound. I have some monoblock amplifiers that are probably much better than the amps in the receiver. Is there any way to send the front L/C/R to my monoblocks and assign the remaining channels to the built-in amplifiers on this receiver?
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If one doesn't need this many channels, how does it compare to the Denon x3500 deal?
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This is probably a long shot, but...

This receiver will do 7.2.4 decoding, so this plus a stereo amp will get you 11 channels of surround sound. I have some monoblock amplifiers that are probably much better than the amps in the receiver. Is there any way to send the front L/C/R to my monoblocks and assign the remaining channels to the built-in amplifiers on this receiver?
It has full 11 channel pre-outs so should not be a problem. As I understand it you can assign any of the processing to pre-out or speakers.
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Still no Alexa support?
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If I just need a good 5.1 channel 4K receiver is this overkill? Can I even use it for 5.1?
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If I just need a good 5.1 channel 4K receiver is this overkill? Can I even use it for 5.1?
They have lower models on sale directly from onkyo more suited for 5.1 I believe....
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This is probably a long shot, but...

This receiver will do 7.2.4 decoding, so this plus a stereo amp will get you 11 channels of surround sound. I have some monoblock amplifiers that are probably much better than the amps in the receiver. Is there any way to send the front L/C/R to my monoblocks and assign the remaining channels to the built-in amplifiers on this receiver?
I am pretty sure it is the rear speakers that require an AMP. You can still pre out your fronts, but you will still need amps for the rear. Someone can correct me if I am wrong. I have two of these. I don't see any speaker connections for the rears.

FYI, you can use an old AVR for the rears. That is what I do right now. I preout the rears to the CD input on the old AVR and then connect the rear speakers to the front out from the old AVR.
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How does this compare to a Denon x4400h which is their 9.1 offering. Is the Denon that much better for the price difference?
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