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Yamaha TSR-7850R 7.2-Channel 4K Atmos DTS A/V Receiver (Refurbished) EXPIRED

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DealParade via Newegg has Yamaha TSR-7850R 7.2-Channel 4K Atmos DTS A/V Receiver (Refurbished) for $319. Shipping is free.

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Features:
  • 7.2-ch Dolby Atmos, DTS:X (5.2.2-ch) with Zone 2
  • Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, AirPlay, Spotify Connect and MusicCast multi-room
  • Pandora, Spotify, SiriusXM Internet Radio, TIDAL, Deezer, Napster and more
  • HDMI with HDCP 2.2 (5 in/2 out)
  • 4K Ultra HD, HDR10, Dolby Vision, Hybrid Log-Gamma and BT.2020
  • YPAO R.S.C.
  • Voice control using your Alexa device like Echo or Echo Dot
  • MusicCast Surround capable: add MusicCast 20 or MusicCast 50 speakers to create a 5.1-ch setup with wireless surrounds
  • Phono input

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DealParade via Newegg [newegg.com] has Yamaha TSR-7850R 7.2 ch 4K Atmos DTS Receiver (Refurbished) on sale for $319. Shipping is free.

Product Details:
  • 7.2-ch Dolby Atmos, DTS:X (5.2.2-ch) with Zone 2
  • Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, AirPlay, Spotify Connect and MusicCast multi-room
  • Pandora, Spotify, SiriusXM Internet Radio, TIDAL, Deezer, Napster and more
  • HDMI with HDCP 2.2 (5 in/2 out)
  • 4K Ultra HD, HDR10, Dolby Vision, Hybrid Log-Gamma and BT.2020
  • YPAO R.S.C.
  • Voice control using your Alexa device like Echo or Echo Dot
  • MusicCast Surround capable: add MusicCast 20 or MusicCast 50 speakers to create a 5.1-ch setup with wireless surrounds
  • Phono input
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Last Edited by eyeslick March 4, 2021 at 04:26 PM
it was $379 new
https://costcocouple.com/yamaha-t...-receiver/

The Yamaha TSR-7850 AV Receiver is normally priced at $489.99.

There's currently a $110 instant rebate which reduces the price to $379.99.

Discount is valid till 12/29/19.

Item number 1017850.
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I have this and the RX-V6A that replaces it.


The TSR-7850 model has nicer on screen controls.
The TSR-7850 has a remove that feel more premium and heavy but is less well designed. The RX-V6A remote is better laid out but feels cheap and plasticky.
The new RX-V6A supposedly has issues with passing 4K/120Hz through it. I just send the images to the TV and use eARC to send the sound from the TV to the receiver. Problem solved.
For the TSR-7850 there are two apps you can use to control the device, each doing different things. For the RX-V6A, they tried to combine them into one and the execution is not good. (Either way the phone control of setting is a huge improvement over using the on screen controls. It is nice to make changes without interrupting what you are watching.

I don't feel that the newer version offers anything worth spending more money for.
Just a general gripe here on the industry (love Yahama sound equipment):

If you're going to go for atmos / DTS X etc., you really need the four elevated (or at least directed) channels to get good 3D imaging/vectoring of the object-based sound. People & publishers that take the time to do back-to-back room-calibrated tests with good tracks confirm this. Why we are 8 YEARS into Atmos receivers and still so many X.X.2 receivers from the industry? How much does it really cost to move to X.X.4? Just seems like such an unnecessary handicap. DTSX/Atmos provide such a significant enhancement to surround sound, to add all the technology to the receiver but forget about the two extra effect channels to make it really work is just asinine. Thank you marketing departments!

(IMO: If you want to really use atmos/DTSX, wait for a refurb deal <$400 on a 5.2.4 capable unit, instead of dropping almost as much money on a partial-implementation of a great technology!)
It's an ok deal. I bought this last year Jan for $259 from woot.

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Aren't these usually about $280 as a refurb?
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Aren't these usually about $280 as a refurb?
It appears to have been quite a while since they sold at that price. I don't think you'll see that low of a price again. These are a great value at this price so I don't see why anyone would vote it down based on the price.
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It appears to have been quite a while since they sold at that price. I don't think you'll see that low of a price again. These are a great value at this price so I don't see why anyone would vote it down based on the price.
Agreed. Actually going to grab one. I'm replacing an older refurb RX-V375 that was good to me and lasted me this long... but I need updated features and this receiver seems to have all that I need! I actually bought that last one at Frys lol. RIP Fry's Electronics.
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$399 at Walmart [walmart.com], same seller, 90 day warranty (vs. 60 here).

BTW, Napster is still a thing?
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Seems like a pretty nice deal on a 2018 model if ya get a nice one. I would have jumped on this deal if I didn't just go the Craigslist route.
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It's an ok deal. I bought this last year Jan for $259 from woot.
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Need something for my dedicated home theater buildout. Benq HT3550 Projector- Harmon Infinity L, C, R - sub TBD. am I missing anything going with a slightly older model? Not looking at 8k anytime soon.
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Need something for my dedicated home theater buildout. Benq HT3550 Projector- Harmon Infinity L, C, R - sub TBD. am I missing anything going with a slightly older model? Not looking at 8k anytime soon.
I have this and the RX-V6A that replaces it.


The TSR-7850 model has nicer on screen controls.
The TSR-7850 has a remove that feel more premium and heavy but is less well designed. The RX-V6A remote is better laid out but feels cheap and plasticky.
The new RX-V6A supposedly has issues with passing 4K/120Hz through it. I just send the images to the TV and use eARC to send the sound from the TV to the receiver. Problem solved.
For the TSR-7850 there are two apps you can use to control the device, each doing different things. For the RX-V6A, they tried to combine them into one and the execution is not good. (Either way the phone control of setting is a huge improvement over using the on screen controls. It is nice to make changes without interrupting what you are watching.

I don't feel that the newer version offers anything worth spending more money for.
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I have this and the RX-V6A that replaces it.


The TSR-7850 model has nicer on screen controls.
The TSR-7850 has a remove that feel more premium and heavy but is less well designed. The RX-V6A remote is better laid out but feels cheap and plasticky.
The new RX-V6A supposedly has issues with passing 4K/120Hz through it. I just send the images to the TV and use eARC to send the sound from the TV to the receiver. Problem solved.
For the TSR-7850 there are two apps you can use to control the device, each doing different things. For the RX-V6A, they tried to combine them into one and the execution is not good. (Either way the phone control of setting is a huge improvement over using the on screen controls. It is nice to make changes without interrupting what you are watching.

I don't feel that the newer version offers anything worth spending more money for.
Thanks for that quick overview. Seems consistent- just pulled the trigger on one!
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Should be $40 cheaper. Also, where would these be coming from? Costco returns at this point?
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You might still be able to find these at your local Costco for $350. Mine had 3 left a couple of weeks ago.
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You might still be able to find these at your local Costco for $350. Mine had 3 left a couple of weeks ago.
I will have to check again, I thought Costco didn't have this in the store.
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