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  • 7.2-channel amplifier delivering 75W per channel
  • Dolby Atmos, DTS:X, and 8K Pass-Through
  • 6 HDMI Inputs & 1 HDMI Output with HDCP 2.3 Support
  • Stream Spotify, Pandora, Tidal and more with HEOS
  • Works with AirPlay 2, Google Assistant, and Alexa

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Costco Wholesale [costco.com] has for their Members: Denon AVR-S760H 7.2-Channel 8K Ultra HD AV Receiver for $449.99. Shipping is free.

Features:
7.2-channel amplifier delivering 75W per channel
Dolby Atmos, DTS:X, and 8K Pass-Through
6 HDMI Inputs & 1 HDMI Output with HDCP 2.3 Support
Stream Spotify, Pandora, Tidal and more with HEOS
Works with AirPlay 2, Google Assistant, and Alexa
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FeistyMoney135 asked this question on 01-12-2022 at 10:55 AM
01-12-2022 at 10:55 AM
No and it's capped at 40 Gbps
Fnaticx asked this question on 01-13-2022 at 01:28 AM
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I'm guessing it's because the Onkyo can send audio to another zone (stereo only).
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I am not an expert in this area and still learning things. so please excuse me if my information is not entirely correct.

It is definitely possible to have a 5.1.2. You can go up to 5.2.2. However If you use all your 7 channels, (5 main speakers and 2 ceiling speakers in your case), it may have lot of load on your receiver as you are almost using all the channels. It will still get the job done. But if I were you, I would buy a Emotica Amplifier (two channel one) along with this receiver and connect either my Atmos speakers(In ceiling ones) or Front speakers to that Amplifier so that way I have a better quality of sound overall.
Returned this for the Onkyo. The power supply is significantly more robust on the Onkyo. Denon could not handle reference level on a 7 speaker set up (driven at 6ohms). The onkyo is robust enough to handle 4ohm loads as well where the Denon is not. Plus with built on chromecast it was worth the extra $50.

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Is the HDMI 2.1 on this bugged? Or limited to 24 Gbps?
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How is this for a 5.1.2 setup? Atmos with a ps5 for media playback (Netflix)
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I have a DENON AVR-S640H that's dying with a pair of Klipsch RPM 600M + SVS SB1000. Would this be an major upgrade or should I go something better to power my speakers ?
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Is the HDMI 2.1 on this bugged? Or limited to 24 Gbps?
No and it's capped at 40 Gbps
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These have just 1 hdmi 2.1 in input correct?

NM, i see they have 3
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How is this for a 5.1.2 setup? Atmos with a ps5 for media playback (Netflix)
I am not an expert in this area and still learning things. so please excuse me if my information is not entirely correct.

It is definitely possible to have a 5.1.2. You can go up to 5.2.2. However If you use all your 7 channels, (5 main speakers and 2 ceiling speakers in your case), it may have lot of load on your receiver as you are almost using all the channels. It will still get the job done. But if I were you, I would buy a Emotica Amplifier (two channel one) along with this receiver and connect either my Atmos speakers(In ceiling ones) or Front speakers to that Amplifier so that way I have a better quality of sound overall.
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Returned this for the Onkyo. The power supply is significantly more robust on the Onkyo. Denon could not handle reference level on a 7 speaker set up (driven at 6ohms). The onkyo is robust enough to handle 4ohm loads as well where the Denon is not. Plus with built on chromecast it was worth the extra $50.
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Returned this for the Onkyo. The power supply is significantly more robust on the Onkyo. Denon could not handle reference level on a 7 speaker set up (driven at 6ohms). The onkyo is robust enough to handle 4ohm loads as well where the Denon is not. Plus with built on chromecast it was worth the extra $50.
Where did you find the Onkyo in stock??
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How is this for a 5.1.2 setup? Atmos with a ps5 for media playback (Netflix)
During my 2 months with the receiver it performed very well with sound processing. Great for Atmos or any speaker configuration. The overall power output was a tad lacking if you plan on running it loud. Otherwise great receiver for the money and the fact that it's actually available. But if you're going to run it loud wait for the onkyo to come back in stock if you can be patient.
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Returned this earlier in the year. I'm sure it's good for the price point but the sound quality was awful. If you have any kind of decent speakers consider going up a few levels in the range.
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Returned this earlier in the year. I'm sure it's good for the price point but the sound quality was awful. If you have any kind of decent speakers consider going up a few levels in the range.
Was this at different volumes?
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Could any of the home theater experts here give their opinion on this vs the Onkyo TX-NR6050?

Specifically, do they both max out at 40gbps,, and how do their room calibration systems compare?
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