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Pioneer SX-10AE 2.0 Ch. Stereo Receiver with Bluetooth $149 + FS

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Deal Parade via Newegg [newegg.com]has the Pioneer SX-10AE 2.0 Ch. Stereo Receiver with Bluetooth for $149.00 with Free shipping

Features:
  • Analog Discrete Direct Energy 2ch Amplifier
  • 85 W per Channel (6 ohms)
  • 45 W per Channel (8 ohms)
  • Bluetooth Compatible (Ver. 4.2, Profile: A2DP/AVRCP, Codec:SBC/AAC)
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No spdif. I have to pass.
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Why would anyone buy a non-wifi receiver these days? What am I missing?
I would rather have a non wifi stereo receiver. The reason being the firmware of the receiver could lose support in a few years. Just look at what happened with Sonos old hardware. They just bricked them and canceled the support. It's better in my opinion to have a non wifi receiver with bluetooth support.
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I wish these things had a sub out. So many of these stereo receivers lack one.
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I wish these things had a sub out. So many of these stereo receivers lack one.
It has a sub out.
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It has a sub out.
I see that now. Strange, couldn't see one when I zoomed in on the pic of the back of the receiver and it is listed as a 2.0 system. But elsewhere on the internet I got a good pic of the back.
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I would rather have a non wifi stereo receiver. The reason being the firmware of the receiver could lose support in a few years. Just look at what happened with Sonos old hardware. They just bricked them and canceled the support. It's better in my opinion to have a non wifi receiver with bluetooth support.
This reminds me of the guy who said he didn't believe in cordless tools such as drills. 🤨
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Quote from TheTomSawyer :
This reminds me of the guy who said he didn't believe in cordless tools such as drills. 🤨
To play devils advocate, I have a very nice pioneer amp that has HDMI switching, on screen programming, wifi and a bunch of other nice features that's a brick. My remote with the programming buttons stopped and I haven't found a universal that can trigger them. The wifi doesn't support AES encryption so I can't get to the device setup that way. The Ethernet port is not working. I got it up by using a laptop in ad hoc last time but then we had a power outage and it turned back off the speakers till I set it back up. It draws too much current for a reasonable UPS.

I got 6 or 7 years of use out of it, but I'm back to my previous Sony amp and a standalone HDMI switch and a Ali express Bluetooth kit for my phone.
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Quote from TheTomSawyer :
This reminds me of the guy who said he didn't believe in cordless tools such as drills. 🤨
Comparing apples to oranges here. I do have bunch of bluetooth speakers and connected devices. This receiver is meant for mostly analog listening and that's why has a phono input. Bluetooth is an extra and the target audience doesn't care about wifi.
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No digital inputs and sold by dealparade who sells primarily refurbished products. Hard pass. Better off buying a small fosi amp with as much power and Bluetooth for half this price or less. I feel like this receiver is worth maybe $100, anything more and you have so many better options that take up a ton less space. By the way, yes I have tried this receiver and wasn't impressed with the volume output or sound quality. I prefer the sound from my fosi BL20C bt mini amp, which sounds louder, cleaner, and has a sub out. Oh and it was $85 shipped from amazon. Or go a different route and pick up a pair of powered Edifier bookshelf speakers w/ a sub out like the R1280ts for under $100.
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If you're on super tight budget and don't need the latest features, don't forget to check out your local goodwills, etc. I picked up a Yamaha htr-5740 for $6 the other day. It was filthy, but everything seems to be working 100%. Lol.
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Why are receivers increasing in price now? I got the Yamaha 2.0 stereo with bt from fry's for $100 before best buy clearance them to $50.

I got my sony 4k 5.2 hdmi receiver for $150 6 years ago and now $200 is considered good for a 5.1 receiver. I was getting refurbd ones from Onkyo direct for $80 8 yrs ago.

Bizarre.
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Why are receivers increasing in price now? I got the Yamaha 2.0 stereo with bt from fry's for $100 before best buy clearance them to $50.

I got my sony 4k 5.2 hdmi receiver for $150 6 years ago and now $200 is considered good for a 5.1 receiver. I was getting refurbd ones from Onkyo direct for $80 8 yrs ago.

Bizarre.
There seems to be a bit of a supply issue in general. Everything in the lower-end is OOS most places.
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I just need a cheap stereo for my shed, needs to be able to power 4 speakers, for back yard/greenhouse area. Seems all the stereos now want a TV to even set them up. I have a Denon AVRS540BT that I bought 2.5 years ago that I am considering putting out there. I never use it in the house
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