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Denon AVR-X2500H 7.2-channel home theater receiver $349

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Denon AVR-X2500H Receiver - HDR10, 3D video support | 7.2 Channel (95W per channel) 4K Ultra HD Video | Home Theater Dolby Surround Sound | Discontinued by Manufacturer

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For spec comparison with Sony STR-DN1080:
https://www.zkelectronics.com/com...AVR-X2500H
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Just so everybody is aware, the difference between this and the 3500 is that this one lacks "analog preouts" which allow you to pass the audio signals through to an external power amplifier. If you're looking to get better speakers this is kind of necessary. Other than that, this is a great receiver at a fair price!
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Decent deal. Another difference between this and the 3500 is that the 3500 got the software upgrade for eARC. The 15xx and 25xx didn't. Important if you're planning a new tv soon that supports eARC.
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FYI I had compared this to the Sony 1080 mentioned in OP and found that on the Sony both HDMI outs have to be the same source.
The Denon 2500 can do separate sources but the caveat is that it can only do digital video on the 2nd zone. You'll need to use analog audio for zone 2 on the 2500.
I've been trying hard for a while now to find a decent priced AVR that can do full zone 2 capabilities without jumping up to the Denon 3500 price range.
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I was just about to buy the 3500. Does this one upscale video footage like the 3500 does?
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