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Pioneer VSX-LX303 9.2-Channel 4K UltraHD Network A/V Receiver $339.99 + Free S&H w/ Prime @ Woot

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Woot.com [woot.com] has Pioneer VSX-LX303 9.2-Channel 4K UltraHD Network A/V Receiver for $339.99. Shipping is free w/ Amazon Prime, otherwise shipping is $6 flat rate.

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Thank you! I have been watching for a 9.2 for a while. Just purchased.
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Seems like a really good deal if you can forgo eARC and Alexa. It compares extremely closely to the Onkyo TX-rz630 that was on deal a couple weeks ago for $330.

This receiver is negligibly more powerful and has a front USB. Also Onkyo's poor DSP design debacle has many understandably disgusted with Onkyo. I'd say pull the trigger if you'll use the extra channels. Otherwise save $50-100 and buy a 7.2 setup.
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Good specs but poor reviews. Luck of the draw on this and Onkyo.
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Seems like a really good deal if you can forgo eARC and Alexa. It compares extremely closely to the Onkyo TX-rz630 that was on deal a couple weeks ago for $330.

This receiver is negligibly more powerful and has a front USB. Also Onkyo's poor DSP design debacle has many understandably disgusted with Onkyo. I'd say pull the trigger if you'll use the extra channels. Otherwise save $50-100 and buy a 7.2 setup.
I believe Onkyo makes both Pioneer and Onkyo receivers. Started somewhere around 2013, IIRC. Both have had questionable electronics since then. There was a big issue with their HDMI chips failing in the past.
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Seems like a really good deal if you can forgo eARC and Alexa. It compares extremely closely to the Onkyo TX-rz630 that was on deal a couple weeks ago for $330.

This receiver is negligibly more powerful and has a front USB. Also Onkyo's poor DSP design debacle has many understandably disgusted with Onkyo. I'd say pull the trigger if you'll use the extra channels. Otherwise save $50-100 and buy a 7.2 setup.
Yup - I have been kicking myself since October for missing that deal. Onkyo and Pioneer have virtually the same internal designs. Was set on RZ, but this will do the trick for me!
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Go refurbished Denon or Marantz instead (although quality across all brands has gone down I think, unless your spending bank).
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Been watching this for a week. Thank you so much.
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How is this compared to Denon 2500h?
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Good specs but poor reviews. Luck of the draw on this and Onkyo.
That would explain why I had nothing but bad luck with the last Pioneer AVR I bought, which has issues with HDMI and my PS4. For the life of me, I can't get the damn thing to display either 720 or 1080P. I ended up having to connect the video of the PS4 directly to the display and use optical out.

The two Onkyo's I have, both failed miserably but Onkyo was kind enough to extend the warranty and replace their video boards. Unfortunately, two years later and they're both on the outs again.

Yamaha and Denon from here on out for me.
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How is this compared to Denon 2500h?
In simple terms, I'd say this is superior if you'll utilize the Atmos/DTS X. Otherwise the Denon is possibly better if you want Alexa and Audyssey.
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That would explain why I had nothing but bad luck with the last Pioneer AVR I bought, which has issues with HDMI and my PS4. For the life of me, I can't get the damn thing to display either 720 or 1080P. I ended up having to connect the video of the PS4 directly to the display and use optical out.

The two Onkyo's I have, both failed miserably but Onkyo was kind enough to extend the warranty and replace their video boards. Unfortunately, two years later and they're both on the outs again.

Yamaha and Denon from here on out for me.
I decided long ago to go VFR direct when I can with all my cables. The less connections the better the signal. Went with the Denon X2500H on clearance at

https://www.crutchfield.com/p_033...tml?tp=179

Pioneer, Sony, and Onkyo were my favorite brands for 40 years but decided to go back to Denon (Yamaha when they are reasonably priced).
Get mine Monday so we will see. One star reviews are very rare for these two brands.Applause

No way Pioneer, Sony, and Onkyo are better than a Denon/Marantz, or Yamaha but you may get lucky with the other 3 brands and get a good model or one that has quality parts. Just with all the BF deals it is not worth the risk this time around for me.

But for you folks that bought this my wish is that it works perfect out of the box and lasts 20 years.Smilie Reliability and quality is worth more than advertised features.

Remember my first 3 Samsung TVs all had power supply problems that were fixed the first week I had them. Then no issues with Samsung or Sony TVs since then. Still feel those are the best TVs on the market and the newer Sony's are awesome in quality.

If you do not care about quality then cheaper could be a better deal if you throw them away when the break after the warranty expires. Those $299 TVs are just that/you get what you pay for. My Christmas gift to my son failed out of the box and took 3 weeks to get it fixed. If it lasts 12 months than maybe ok?????? Still a low end Samsung is only $400.
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