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Costco: Onkyo TX-NR595 7.2-Channel Network AV Receiver $350

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Costco Wholesale has Onkyo TX-NR595 7.2-Channel Network AV Receiver for $349.99. Regular price is $400.
$50 manufacturer's savings is valid 7/29/21 through 8/23/21. While supplies last.

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Features:
7.2 Channel Dolby Atmos, DTS:X (5.2.2 Channel) with Zone 2
Smart AV Receiver with Spotify, Amazon Music, Pandora, Tidal, Deezer, TuneIn and Multi-Room Audio Technologies
6 HDMI Inputs and 2 Outputs (Main with ARC, SUB)
4K Ultra HD, HDR10, HLG and Dolby Vision
Dynamic Audio Amplification with High-Current Low-Noise Power Transformer
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Seems like HDMI 2.1 is having all sorts of issues in amplifiers, hopefully gets resolved completely in next years models. I would advise to wait until it is sorted out somewhat more.
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Quote from jesse1623 :
Seems like HDMI 2.1 is having all sorts of issues in amplifiers, hopefully gets resolved completely in next years models. I would advise to wait until it is sorted out somewhat more.
Since this is 2019 model I don't think it has HDMI 2.1
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Since this is 2019 model I don't think it has HDMI 2.1
I know this doesn't, but some folks might be looking for that. The Yamaha at Costco has it but it's nothing but problems as of now.
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Quote from jesse1623 :
I know this doesn't, but some folks might be looking for that. The Yamaha at Costco has it but it's nothing but problems as of now.
may be that's why Costco doesn't carry that Yamaha model anymore...
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may be that's why Costco doesn't carry that Yamaha model anymore...
it was in stock till last week. Sold out currently
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Quote from jesse1623 :
Seems like HDMI 2.1 is having all sorts of issues in amplifiers, hopefully gets resolved completely in next years models. I would advise to wait until it is sorted out somewhat more.
Can you expand on what the issue is?

Does anyone know if this can separate zone 2 from primary/main?

Are the network audios updated and properly working?

Which android Onkyo app does this work with and is it fully functional?

Does the old "no sound unless you unplug for 5 seconds capacity issue" still exist with this model?
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Quote from ongoleGitta :
it was in stock till last week. Sold out currently
My local Costco has it still… Yamaha supplied this release regarding a fix: https://usa.yamaha.com/news_event...ution.html
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Nice deal on the Onk if ya need a great sounding 7.2 right now. Denon seems to get all the love these days but I prefer the "in your face" sound quality of my Onk and Yami for movie soundtracks.
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Nice deal on the Onk if ya need a great sounding 7.2 right now. Denon seems to get all the love these days but I prefer the "in your face" sound quality of my Onk and Yami for movie soundtracks.
I got the Denon receiver from Costco couple of days back. Trying to setup the jamos 5.1 with Klipsch 12sw. So far I have got 803/83/12sw. Denon is nice but it does seem like it hasn't wowed me. But again I am on 3.1 right now. Don't know if I should try this one or not. Any suggestions?
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Looking for a AV receiver for my 4 ceiling speakers. Would this do the job?
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Thoughts on this vs Denon AVR-S750H 7.2-Channel 4K AV Receiver? I picked the Denon up about a week ago and I am running 7 speakers and a sub in a theater room. This will be used for mostly movies and some music. I am at a bit of a learning curve as my last receiver was bought in 1998.
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"Does the old "no sound unless you unplug for 5 seconds capacity issue" still exist with this model?"

Wow is that why I have to keep changing the sound setting on my Onk!? You need to change from ARC to internal or optical to get sound only to return to ARC a few minutes later and it works fine.
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Have/had several Onkyo receivers over the years. Quick thoughts:

- They had most features for the money

- They sounded great

- There we're many problems with Onkyo receivers where they stopped working….Google it.

- Onkyo at first denied the problem and warranty but after a couple years decided to do mostly right by fixing the hdmi problem. I say mostly because they didn't do right on one of mine. You'd have to box it up and send it to their repair facilities and wait to get it back.

- Having a problem with a receiver is a BIG hassle. It's not like you unplug the electric cord and go. You have ALL the speaker wires to disconnect ( for 7.1 that's 15 wires) plus all the HDMI cables to TV, Blu ray, roku, etc. Its a lot of wires and receivers don't tend to be in easily accessible areas. Then when replacing it you have to reconnect all those wires in the correct places.

- Onkyo was bought out more than once within the past couple years, including in June of this year. Don't know new company's track record.

- Costco is great about returns. If I were to buy an Onkyo that's a great place to do it from. If buying online I'd also do it with the Costco visa to double the warranty. ( Costco.com unlike the warehouses allows use of other credit cards).
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Having dealt with outdated HDMIs in the past, there's no way I would ever spend money on an older HDMI protocol. Wait until you can buy an HDMI 2.1, you'll thank me.

Receivers usually end up staying around for a long time, so it makes little sense to be impatient in buying one.
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