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Onkyo TX-RZ630 9.2-Channel 4K Network A/V Receiver

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World Wide Stereo via eBay has Onkyo TX-RZ630 9.2-Channel 4K Network A/V Receiver for $429 - 20% in-cart discount = $343.20. Shipping is free. Thanks rsvpd

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worldwidestereo via eBay [ebay.com] has Onkyo TX-RZ630 9.2-Channel Network AV Receiver for $343.20 after in-cart discount ($429 - $85.80). Shipping is free.

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The Onkyo RZ series is great.
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This is a solid deal for a 9.2, or 5.1.4 atmos setup... wondering if I should upgrade my Denon x3400h. From the specs, seems very comparable besides less power per channel, the calibration tool, and two extra channels.

Audyssey MultEQ XT32 vs AccuEQ/AccuReflex, never had onkyo, could anyone chime in?
The general consensus on various audio forums is that XT32 is the better room correction software and one of the best that any company provides around this price point. The lower power won't be a huge difference, but Denon also has the edge there. The Onkyo also doesn't have pre-outs other than zone 2 (doesn't really matter if you're not using an external amp though). The only advantage the Onkyo seems to have is more channels so I'd stick with the Denon unless you actually need the extra channels.
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For now just music stereo.. Might add rear and center channels later. Room is living
I would add that if the "might" won't be soon you might want to just buy a used one on CL or OfferUp for much less money. This changes so fast you may end up needing something else later.
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The general consensus on various audio forums is that XT32 is the better room correction software and one of the best that any company provides around this price point. The lower power won't be a huge difference, but Denon also has the edge there. The Onkyo also doesn't have pre-outs other than zone 2 (doesn't really matter if you're not using an external amp though). The only advantage the Onkyo seems to have is more channels so I'd stick with the Denon unless you actually need the extra channels.
I'd say Yamaha YPAO is as good as Denon's XT32
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Well I would ask why you want to upgrade.
If it's because you need the two extra channels then yes this is a pretty good deal.
How well it would perform within your system compared to the 3400 no one can answer but you.
As far as MultEQ XT32 vs AccuEQ, it's subjective. I've used both and for me XT32 performs better.
Thanks, figured XT32 is better for room correction. Yes, it would only be for the two extra channels, thinking of putting two rear heights, but will probably wait for a deal on a 9.2 with XT32
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I need a new receiver for my 4k projector. Was going to get tx-nr686, but this is obviously better right? I think RZ is their high end models?
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Saw some reviews that say these have HDMI issues when pausing/resuming movies and getting audio loss.
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I'd say Yamaha YPAO is as good as Denon's XT32
Well I would add another advantage with XT32 is the Audyssey app(if compatible) Which gives you the capabilities of adjusting the frequency of each channel independently, deselect mid comps, save and change your RC results.
I would add that you have to be comfortable doing those things though.
I found XT32 was more accurate with its evaluated starting point.
That's a big plus if you're the type of person that just wants to run RC and call it a day.
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No Audyssey, no interest...
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This is a solid deal for a 9.2, or 5.1.4 atmos setup... wondering if I should upgrade my Denon x3400h. From the specs, seems very comparable besides less power per channel, the calibration tool, and two extra channels.

Audyssey MultEQ XT32 vs AccuEQ/AccuReflex, never had onkyo, could anyone chime in?
Stay with the Denon. The room correction on Onkyo does not come close. Audyssey MultEQ XT32 is close to the best room correction available. I also own the x3400h.
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Anyone know how the input lag is on the 4k hdr hdmi ports for console gaming? I'm really thinking about grabbing this for the 4k hdr 60hz ports.
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Thanks, figured XT32 is better for room correction. Yes, it would only be for the two extra channels, thinking of putting two rear heights, but will probably wait for a deal on a 9.2 with XT32
A drawback I would point out is it might cost you more than this to get that.
You could manually adjust the settings on this if it doesn't suit your preference.
Just a FYI
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I need a new receiver for my 4k projector. Was going to get tx-nr686, but this is obviously better right? I think RZ is their high end models?
Yes technically the RZ is the higher end receiver, whether it's better would be completely up to you
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Would this be the appropriate solution to run 7 outdoor speakers?
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lol no one is buying this for gaming? it says it has 4k hdr passthrough so im guessing there will be little to no input lag introduced?
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