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Denon IN-Command Series AVR-X1500H 7.2 Channel AV Network Receiver – Black - Final Price $306 AC + FS

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• 7-channel amplifier
• 80 watts per channel into 8 ohms (20-20,000 Hz) at 0.08% THD, with 2 channels driven
• Dolby® and DTS® surround sound decoding
• Dolby Atmos® processing for use with in-ceiling or "height" speakers for more enveloping home theater sound
• DTS X for an immersive, 3-dimensional soundstage
• DTS Virtual:X® creates three-dimensional effects without height speakers
• Audyssey speaker calibration and system optimization includes:
• MultEQ XT auto setup and room calibration delivers balanced, dynamic sound with enhanced surround performance
• Dynamic Volume anticipates loud sounds to keep volume levels even
• Dynamic EQ improves dialogue, bass response, and surround channel levels at lower volumes
• Audyssey MultEQ app for further audio customization (paid app; not included)
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Shows up as $296.10 for me pre-tax but it's doing something funky with the tax and it comes out to $319.13 with 7% sales tax. I think it's taking off the $70, but calculating tax before taking off the additional 10%.
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$296.10 for me no tax Smilie
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Not techy. I have Denon x4000 is this better than my x4000 specs wise? Tia
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Not techy. I have Denon x4000 is this better than my x4000 specs wise? Tia
Yes for new tech/features, but is a step down channel wise. Meaning:

The biggest upgrade would be Dolby atmos (if you're looking to add height speakers - but if you aren't planning to add, then this feature isn't needed) and HDR/Dolby Vision pass through (you'll need a TV that supports this, which most 4k TVs in the last 2 years do)., but also only necessary If you have a source hooked up to the Receiver (so like a 4k blu Ray player or 4k Apple TV, etc). IF you watch the 4K HDR or DV content on an app that's built into your TV, then having a receiver that can pass these through isn't necessary.

But will be a bit of a downgrade. The first number in a Denon model number shows it's tier relative to the other models. The go 1xxx then 2xxx up to 6xxx or 8xxx. So your 4000 was one of their more expensive receivers at the time. This is one of the cheaper (still a very nice unit because the x-1/2/3/4/5 are all higher quality than the s-5/6/7). The second number relates to the model year (so x-1500 is newer than the x-1400, but the x-1600 is the latest). For a newer version of yours, you'd be looking at x-4500, or the newest x-4600, but they'll cost a lot and you may not need any of the features if your aren't upgrading anything else.
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My preference are Denon refurbs. They are solid and much lower in price. Accessories4less.xxx is an authorized seller. I have almost antique Denon products originally bought as factory refurbs that still function fine. They don't have all the up to date connections, but depending on your other gear deliver very good theatrical sound. I have high end speakers that require 4ohm inputs. Many, if not most, Denons have them. The only thing lacking in the current crop are pre-amped phone cartridge inputs. Check that out if you're going with some vinyl.
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My preference are Denon refurbs. They are solid and much lower in price. Accessories4less.xxx is an authorized seller. I have almost antique Denon products originally bought as factory refurbs that still function fine. They don't have all the up to date connections, but depending on your other gear deliver very good theatrical sound. I have high end speakers that require 4ohm inputs. Many, if not most, Denons have them. The only thing lacking in the current crop are pre-amped phone cartridge inputs. Check that out if you're going with some vinyl.
for this particular receiver, Accessories4less has them refurbished for $300. So this is a pretty good deal in comparison to get a new one for the same price or a little more. Not to mention the 3 year warranty that I believe you'd be getting with this new version compared to a 1 year warranty of the refurbished one.
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legit thank you
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My preference are Denon refurbs. They are solid and much lower in price. Accessories4less.xxx is an authorized seller. I have almost antique Denon products originally bought as factory refurbs that still function fine. They don't have all the up to date connections, but depending on your other gear deliver very good theatrical sound. I have high end speakers that require 4ohm inputs. Many, if not most, Denons have them. The only thing lacking in the current crop are pre-amped phone cartridge inputs. Check that out if you're going with some vinyl.
If you are near a Fry's
They typically have brand new Denon products....with the 3 year warranty...for less than Accessories 4 less refurbs

I bought a couple of X3500 units for $375 each
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I am setting up outdoor speakers for my deck. I have an old HK AVR 230 non HDMI receiver sitting around (65w) and an older Denon AVR-1611 (60w) that is being used in my basement for a TV/Bluray/Game system for the kids. Neither has two zone capability.

I was going to use the HK for the outdoor speakers and attach an Echo Dot and a Chromecast audio to it.

OR, I can buy this receiver to replace the Denon down there and hook up the outdoor speakers to zone two. So I will be using one receiver for the TV and the outdoor speakers, plus this receiver has Wifi and streaming capability.

Was also looking at the Yamaha stereo receiver that is wfi and BT, that goes for around 270 which is not much less than this deal.

OR, I can just drop way too much money on the new Sonos amp.... Trying to be as frugal as possible, I bought the Polk Atrium 5 (Best Buy version) on sale and if I re-use existing receiver I will be saving but not have the latest streaming receiver.
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I believe this is the lowest a 1500 has ever been retail/new. Since the 1600's are out, deals will likely be more often.
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Its $400 on amazon. Says it's 80 watts per channel. Isnt that a bit low? I really need a system for a small room.
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Too much for the 1xxx model. Low $200's at frys every year around this time summer > fall
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Its $400 on amazon. Says it's 80 watts per channel. Isnt that a bit low? I really need a system for a small room.
By small room do you mean 12" by 12"? If if that small this may be more than enough. Also you can upgrade to the x2500H which is another slick deal currently on this website but of course is a little more expensive.
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Too much for the 1xxx model. Low $200's at frys every year around this time summer > fall
I went yesterday but I didn't see many on clearance, The x2500 was on sale the like two weeks ago but I haven't see much else. I think they cleared out already.
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