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ABT Electronics.com has Marantz Slim NR-1710 7.2-Ch 4K Ultra HD AV Receiver for $499. Shipping is free. Thanks e2g

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The Marantz NR1710 7.2ch 4k Ultra HD AV receiver drives immersive, high-fidelity audio from a compact chassis. At half the height of a traditional AV receiver, the NR1710 supports multi-dimensional audio formats Dolby Atmos, Dolby Atmos Height Virtualization Technology, DTS:X and DTS Virtual:X. Stream music from leading music services and control the NR1710 with voice control compatibility via Amazon Alexa, Google Assistant and Apple Siri.
Features:
  • Slim profile that's half the height of a traditional AV receiver delivers exceptional performance and sound quality
  • 7-channel discrete power amplifier, 50W per channel (8-ohm, 20Hz – 20kHz, 0.08% THD)
  • 8-HDMI inputs — including one on the front panel — with full HDCP 2.3 support
  • Supports Dolby Vision, Hybrid Log-Gamma (HLG), eARC and ALLM for enhanced picture and audio
  • 4K/60 Hz full-rate pass-through, 4:4:4 color resolution, HDR10 and BT.2020
  • Immersive surround sound with Dolby Atmos, Dolby Atmos Height Virtualization Technology, DTS:X and DTS Virtual:X
  • ALAC, FLAC and WAV lossless file decoding up to 24-bit/192-kHz for high-resolution listening
  • HEOS Built-in for multi-room streaming
  • Built-in Wi-Fi with 2.4GHz/5GHz dual band support (dual antenna)
  • Supports all major voice control agents and streaming services for seamless control
  • Integrated phono input to directly connect your turntable
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Pricing mistake? Wasn't this just announced last month?

Biggest downside is that it's not HDMI 2.1
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Pricing mistake? Wasn't this just announced last month?
Yeah...hence why I said get it while you can... Smilie
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50W / Channel is weak for a medium sized room. I downgraded from 110W /channel to a receiver with 90W and can tell a huge difference.
Although marantz has a great brand name. Isnt Denon made by the same people.

Good deal if it fits your needs.
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50W / Channel is weak for a medium sized room. I downgraded from 110W /channel to a receiver with 90W and can tell a huge difference.
Although marantz has a great brand name. Isnt Denon made by the same people.

Good deal if it fits your needs.
What was the sensitivity and impedance of your speakers? I imagine driving your typical highly sensitive Klipsch speakers wouldn't be an issue but I could be wrong.
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50W / Channel is weak for a medium sized room. I downgraded from 110W /channel to a receiver with 90W and can tell a huge difference.
Although marantz has a great brand name. Isnt Denon made by the same people.

Good deal if it fits your needs.
I have the NR1403 and it drives my speakers just fine, gets plenty loud with the Chane Arc3x's
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I understand this is a brand new model...but what about this makes it better than the some of the other receiver deals that have popped up recently? Is there something specific, other than the compact height? Looks like does not have chromecast built in...anybody have an opinion about HEOS?
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50W / Channel is weak for a medium sized room. I downgraded from 110W /channel to a receiver with 90W and can tell a huge difference.
Although marantz has a great brand name. Isnt Denon made by the same people.

Good deal if it fits your needs.
Not quite true. If you have 90dB or higher sensitive speakers and say their impedance is 8 ohms, 50wpc is plenty. Also, 50wpc vs. 100wpc, you get 3dB more from the latter.
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50W / Channel is weak for a medium sized room. I downgraded from 110W /channel to a receiver with 90W and can tell a huge difference.
Although marantz has a great brand name. Isnt Denon made by the same people.

Good deal if it fits your needs.
Not all receiver power ratings are listed the same way. Some are with only 2 channels driven, others are only at 1kHz and the higher end receivers are rated at all channels driven from at a frequency of 20Hz - 20 kHZ.
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WHY do they think compact size is a plus in receivers? Bigger is better for dissipating heat, more room for more air is a plus.
Some people have space limitation. Others don't like looking at a big chunky box, I know I don't but I tolerate my old big ass Yamaha receiver because I don't want to spend money.

Wattage is not the main concern if you are buying this, it's form factor.
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Can this run 5.1.4? Guessing not. What about 5.1.2? I'm new to surround and have 4 celling speakers and want to do Atmos with them...
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