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Costco Members: Yamaha TSR-700 7.1-Channel Network A/V Receiver EXPIRED

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Costco Wholesale has for its Members: Yamaha TSR-700 7.1-Channel Network A/V Receiver on sale for $329.99. Shipping is free.

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Note, must login to your Costco account with an active membership.

Key Features:
  • 7.1 channel (with two mono subwoofer outputs)
  • Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, AirPlay, Spotify Connect, and Yamaha's MusicCast Multi-Room Capabilities
  • 7 HDMI Inputs & 1 Outputs with HDCP 2.3
  • 4K Ultra HD, HDR10 and Dolby Vision
  • YPAO Reflected Sound Control for Auto-calibrated Sound Tuning
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Part of the Big Game Savings Flyer. Until 2/7 Previous front page deal at this price. Must be a Costco member. Currently available in store only. Call your local warehouse or 1-800-774-2678
Call Monday to Friday, 6am to 6pm PT
Call Saturday to Sunday, 8am to 5pm PT to check local availability. I saw in warehouse this weekend.

Future firmware updates to get all the features working. Check the November thread to see issues and answers. https://slickdeals.net/f/14594275-costco-members-yamaha-tsr-700-7-1-channel-network-a-v-receiver-330-free-shipping?src=SiteSearchV2_SearchBarV2Algo

Major features:

7.1 channel (with two mono subwoofer outputs)
Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, AirPlay, Spotify Connect, and Yamaha's MusicCast Multi-Room Capabilities
7 HDMI Inputs & 1 Outputs with HDCP 2.3
4K Ultra HD, HDR10 and Dolby Vision
YPAO Reflected Sound Control for Auto-calibrated Sound Tuning


https://www.costco.com/yamaha-tsr...86465.html OOS Online
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Last Edited by dealpapa January 17, 2021 at 02:13 PM
There is no return window for receivers with Costco. Receivers are excluded in the 90-day return window that applies to other electronics.
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Toadster asked this question on 01-13-2021 at 05:47 PM
01-14-2021 at 09:45 AM
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01-14-2021 at 12:55 PM
If you bought it in person, they'll do it in the warehouse without blinking. If you bought online, Costco.com has a link where you can submit a price adjustment for anything bought within the past 30 days. That takes a bit longer (took mine 4 days), but it went through no problem.

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I've been debating getting this but after reading stories here not sure it's worth it. I have a simple setup now with atv4k -> LG c9 -> an older onkyo via ARC. Everything works, not sure what this will do for me, maybe if I had more sources otherwise this receiver seems to have issues with dolby vision, which I currently use and works perfectly. have not had any issues will probably follow the 'it's not broken don't fix it rule'
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Bought last weekend.
Great AVR for the money! I will keep it.
Having said that.
Those who are not familiar with Yamaha idiosyncratic UI or hate to search the internet to configure this Receiver,
Stay AWAY!
1.0 idiosyncratic UI
2.0 Long Delay. Those use Harmony remotes, need to add delay
3.0 bi-amp config allows only 5 speakers max
4.0 Atmos setting:very counterintuitive
5.0 the dial knobs are plasticy and fragile
6.0 ease of use on the scale of 1-10: 6
7.0 ease of setup on the scale of 1-10:3 (with latest firmware)
Agreed on the User Interface.
I've got the TSR-7850 and if it weren't for a very helpful dedicated thread on AVS forums, I might've ended up returning mine due to My frustration with it.
Using the controller app on my tablet during setup also helped simplify things for me vs. using onscreen menus.

fwiw- I was coming from an 8 year Sony AVR which was much simpler to set up but to be fair it had a lot less features to control.
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I own this receiver connected to an LG TV. My issue is, it will show TV as input instead of HDMI 1. I have to change the input to get the proper signal. Is anybody has the same issue here? Appreciate all the help. Thanks
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#229
I'm confused by some of the comments. is there no atmos with bi-amp? my current configuration is 5.1 with bi-amp and i want to upgrade to add atmos to the current config. i'm under the impression the bi-amp config eliminates the second zone. the quote above, if correct, says there's a 5 speaker max with bi-amp....is that correct? by my calculation, i'm going to need 7...
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I own this receiver connected to an LG TV. My issue is, it will show TV as input instead of HDMI 1. I have to change the input to get the proper signal. Is anybody has the same issue here? Appreciate all the help. Thanks
Mine shows up as TV if I'm using the eARC and playing sound from the TV. Are you trying to play something from HDMI 1 on the receiver?
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I own this receiver connected to an LG TV. My issue is, it will show TV as input instead of HDMI 1. I have to change the input to get the proper signal. Is anybody has the same issue here? Appreciate all the help. Thanks
So I read some users recommend using scenes and configuring the inputs that way. I haven't tested myself; previously, I was having issues because TV is not an input option on the Harmony remotes.

I have since switched everything to be directly connected to my TV and run 1 HDMI cable from TV to AVR via (e)ARC.

I have no issues and the input always remain on TV now, so no need to ever change it.
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I am not able to connect the receiver to airpod pro to watch TV through HDMI ARC bypass due to SCMS-T (copyright) restrictions. My TV does not have bluetooth capability so I was hoping to use this to hook up to bluetooth headphones at night when the kids are asleep. Music from my phone via airplay works fine, but no point since my phone has built-in bluetooth. Just thought people might want to know, or better yet have a solution. Smilie

Apparently the latest Yamaha receivers all have this restriction according to this link:
https://www.geekzone.co.nz/forums...&page_no=1
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I'm confused by some of the comments. is there no atmos with bi-amp? my current configuration is 5.1 with bi-amp and i want to upgrade to add atmos to the current config. i'm under the impression the bi-amp config eliminates the second zone. the quote above, if correct, says there's a 5 speaker max with bi-amp....is that correct? by my calculation, i'm going to need 7...
No bi-am for atmos. Maybe, the 9 ch model like denon x3700
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Looks like the receiver is Out of Stock now.
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Mine shows up as TV if I'm using the eARC and playing sound from the TV. Are you trying to play something from HDMI 1 on the receiver?
Yes, a PC as my source is connected to the receiver too.
So, here is my current setup: PC->AV>TV.
Appreciate the input
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Doug I would point out "to their full potential" will vary for each person depending on many factors.

The BR03's are listed as 8ohm impedance/90dB sensitivity and a max of 100 watts, that "potential" has a lot of wiggle room.

In my experience they really aren't too hard to drive, you will not get close to 100 watts especially with a 3.1 setup in an apartment.

If you really "believe" you need more power and you don't need all the current features new receivers offer.

I would recommend looking for an older higher tier model open box or used one on CL/offerup.

This will gives you the power you want and saves you a lot more money.

Investing to much into this while in an apartment may not be cost effective in the long run.
Frankly nominal impedance is a useless number. Min impedance is a more useful number (best would of course is a full graph showing the varying levels of impedance at different frequencies). The Bro03's have min impedance of 4.2. I am only bringing this up because this AVR is not even rated at 4 ohms. It is more than likely that was intentional.

But I don't disagree with you for a 3.1 setup an external amp is probably overkill.
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Frankly nominal impedance is a useless number. Min impedance is a more useful number (best would of course is a full graph showing the varying levels of impedance at different frequencies). The Bro03's have min impedance of 4.2. I am only bringing this up because this AVR is not even rated at 4 ohms. It is more than likely that was intentional.

But I don't disagree with you for a 3.1 setup an external amp is probably overkill.
I would add that what we are both leaving out is at what volume your preference is or playing it at, that plays a significant role.

When someone says you "need" to get to it's "full potential" is VERY broad statement.
There a vast many other factors to consider for some measurement/spec/opinion to even come close to telling you whether you "need" it.
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Yes, a PC as my source is connected to the receiver too.
So, here is my current setup: PC->AV>TV.
Appreciate the input
Turn off HDMI control on the Yamaha if you're not streaming apps from the TV. You can turn it off on the TV also if that's the case.
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Looks like the receiver is Out of Stock now.
there were a lot a my local Costco tonight. I think the sale ends 2/7 in store.
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I purchased this to go with our 4K projector setup bought for the family for Christmas. Have set up a Blu-ray player, 4K Amazon Fire Tv without any problem, but can't get it to recognize video on our PS4. I can hear PS4 audio, but nothing shows up for video, even when trying different HDMI cables and HDMI inputs. I don't know if I got a bad one or if I'm just missing something, but it's mostly a great receiver minus the one thing that has me banging my head against the wall.
Make sure you get 8K 48GB hdmi cables because the receiver is picky. It did the same thing to my PS5 and (I had 4K 48GB Amazon cables without a problem), so I changed the cable and it worked again.
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