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is this a good receiver and hows this deal?
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Paid 450 4 months ago and excellent receivẻ
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is this a good receiver and hows this deal?
Many owners seem very unhappy with the company's data collection policies. Seems all new products from the company do not allow 'permanent' opt out on data collection, instead on must opt out per session (each time you turn the unit on). Also lots of complaints about weak/poor HDMI ports on this unit. Current price at other large on-line sellers around $420. IMO not at all a good deal
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Ever since Onkyo started having those HDMI problems some years back I've never trusted them, and now I have a friend with an Onkyo that has it's bluetooth feature broken on it (hung on Now Initializing...) so anything Onkyo is a hard pass from me.

Edit: friend's unit is only a year old.
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is this a good receiver and hows this deal?
I got the rz 830, and it's excellent! Also a 9.2, with options to expand speakers with a power amp!
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Many owners seem very unhappy with the company's data collection policies. Seems all new products from the company do not allow 'permanent' opt out on data collection, instead on must opt out per session (each time you turn the unit on). Also lots of complaints about weak/poor HDMI ports on this unit. Current price at other large on-line sellers around $420. IMO not at all a good deal
What data does a receiver collect if you do not use built in apps? My last receiver was painfully slow for built in apps so I ran everything through a Chromecast Audio.
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Ever since Onkyo started having those HDMI problems some years back I've never trusted them, and now I have a friend with an Onkyo that has it's bluetooth feature broken on it (hung on Now Initializing...) so anything Onkyo is a hard pass from me.

Edit: friend's unit is only a year old.
That can happen to any brand receivers! I might add they do honor there warranties! Since Pioneer and Onkyo merged, I think there products will be a lot better!
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I have 2 speakers currently in the wall and 2 in the ceiling that I purchased with the home. Wires running from all 4 to the closet in the foyer, is it worth it to get a receiver for them and my tv? Or should I just get a good sound bar and call it a day?
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I have 2 speakers currently in the wall and 2 in the ceiling that I purchased with the home. Wires running from all 4 to the closet in the foyer, is it worth it to get a receiver for them and my tv? Or should I just get a good sound bar and call it a day?
If you can't appreciate a good sound system and you're willing to settle for a sound bar, then call it a day.

Also, not all in-wall speakers are created equal. Yours might be great and worth hooking up to an amp. Or they could be crap.
You should do some more homework before making a decision. This is a 9 channel receiver and so it's probably overkill for your needs anyway.
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If you can't appreciate a good sound system and you're willing to settle for a sound bar, then call it a day.

Also, not all in-wall speakers are created equal. Yours might be great and worth hooking up to an amp. Or they could be crap.
You should do some more homework before making a decision.
2 of them are Yamaha speakers and the 2 in the ceiling say Polk audio. I looked them up they're all 150-200 give or take.
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I have 2 speakers currently in the wall and 2 in the ceiling that I purchased with the home. Wires running from all 4 to the closet in the foyer, is it worth it to get a receiver for them and my tv? Or should I just get a good sound bar and call it a day?
Get a receiver...absolutely! Get a subwoofer and center channel as well.
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2 of them are Yamaha speakers and the 2 in the ceiling say Polk audio. I looked them up they're all 150-200 give or take.
Yes, in my opinion those would be worth getting a receiver for.
I still think this Onkyo might be overkill. If you've never had an AV receiver before, all it's bells and whistles, hookups and settings could be overwhelming versus a more basic 5.1 receiver.

Depends how comfortable you are with audio equipment and/or how much time/money you want to spend getting into it.
Fair warning: It can be very addicting too.
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Ever since Onkyo started having those HDMI problems some years back I've never trusted them, and now I have a friend with an Onkyo that has it's bluetooth feature broken on it (hung on Now Initializing...) so anything Onkyo is a hard pass from me.

Edit: friend's unit is only a year old.
The way they handled the bad capacitors/boards situation is actually why I have stuck with them. I had a TX-NR708 that I bought refurbished. It's board died with the known cap issue well after warranty had expired. They repaired it completely for free (they even send you the tape to seal the box to mail it back) despite it literally been years past warranty expiration. I currently have four Onkyos all working (TX-SR800, TX-NR708, TX-NR646, and TX-RZ830) and would definitely recommend them. They're by no means a perfect brand, but they at least stuck by their products which is more than what most companies do these days.
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