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Onkyo TX-RZ50 9.2 Channel Network A/V Receiver + $400 Newegg Promo GC $1599 + free s/h

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what kind of gift card do you get?
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WTF!?!?! These are $1600 everywhere (MSRP)! That's what I paid. Not sure where the $2000 price tag is coming from. $400 off the $1600 is a good deal though... DIRAC with a lot of preouts. I'm using mine as a processor/preamp.
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if you have a need for the $400 gift card then this is the best deal you will find currently. The additional of Dirac as a standard feature makes this a top rated purchase at this price point.
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Quote from TalentedSweater5794 :
what kind of gift card do you get?
it's an e-gc, not a physical card. just a code + security code



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WTF!?!?! These are $1600 everywhere (MSRP)! That's what I paid. Not sure where the $2000 price tag is coming from. $400 off the $1600 is a good deal though... DIRAC with a lot of preouts. I'm using mine as a processor/preamp.

$2000 = $1599 + $400 value of the GC.
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it's an e-gc, not a physical card. just a code + security code






$2000 = $1599 + $400 value of the GC.
It wasn't clear where the $400 was being applied, so I added the receiver to a cart and the price was $1600 plus you received a $400 GC. That would make it $1200 out the door. If $1600 is the "out the door price", I'm updating my Deal Score.
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It wasn't clear where the $400 was being applied, so I added the receiver to a cart and the price was $1600 plus you received a $400 GC. That would make it $1200 out the door. If $1600 is the "out the door price", I'm updating my Deal Score.
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the $2000 is for the VALUE or MSRP price. you are paying $1599 and $400 will be emailed you to.


yes, msrp is fake and unreliable, but as much I personally dislike it, most of the world are programmed to rely on it...
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Excellent Receiver. Managed to snag one off Amazon late this summer after getting fed up with source switching issues on my previous Yamaha as well as getting all HDMI 2.1 features from PS5 and XSX. Haven't had any issues the past few months, highly recommend if this is a legit deal, I paid 1400 on Amazon.
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WTF!?!?! These are $1600 everywhere (MSRP)! That's what I paid. Not sure where the $2000 price tag is coming from. $400 off the $1600 is a good deal though... DIRAC with a lot of preouts. I'm using mine as a processor/preamp.
Can this receiver do A/B speaker switching? I have 2 sets of speakers in the living room, one is a 9.1 home theater setup and the other is 2.1 setup for music listening. The A/B feature allows switching the 2 main speakers of the 9.1 setup to the 2 stereo speakers of the 2.1 setup.
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Your out the door price would be $1600 plus taxes. The $400 gift promotion is emailed to you within 4 days for you to use on another NewEgg purchase within a year.

So, you are paying the same price as is available elsewhere. If you already planned to spend more money on NewEgg, then the gift promotion is a plus. Either way NewEgg gets you to spend more money.

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It wasn't clear where the $400 was being applied, so I added the receiver to a cart and the price was $1600 plus you received a $400 GC. That would make it $1200 out the door. If $1600 is the "out the door price", I'm updating my Deal Score.
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Receiver+$400GC for $1600 seems like a deal. anyone used it? I been Denon most my life and was almost buying the 4700 or the Marantz Cinema 50 to replace my 2400h.
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Receiver+$400GC for $1600 seems like a deal. anyone used it? I been Denon most my life and was almost buying the 4700 or the Marantz Cinema 50 to replace my 2400h.
I'm in the Denon camp but I think this deal is insanely good, and I'd pull the trigger myself if I didn't already have my X4700.

The features on this, namely fully correct HDMI 2.1 implementation and Dirac Live completely blows away what the X4700 has to offer, and the Marantz Cinema 50 is simply not competitive at its price point.

If this receiver didn't have Dirac Live, I'd tell you to pass, but it's telling how effective Dirac can be when Denon/Marantz are talking about adding that capability down the road in 2023 [audioholics.com] (at additional cost of course). This is coming from the same group that have Audyssey, often touted as the best mainstream room correction software out there.
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Can this receiver do A/B speaker switching? I have 2 sets of speakers in the living room, one is a 9.1 home theater setup and the other is 2.1 setup for music listening. The A/B feature allows switching the 2 main speakers of the 9.1 setup to the 2 stereo speakers of the 2.1 setup.
it has different zones which i think will accomplish what you are trying to achieve.
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Quote from Vivekdeshmukh :
Receiver+$400GC for $1600 seems like a deal. anyone used it? I been Denon most my life and was almost buying the 4700 or the Marantz Cinema 50 to replace my 2400h.
Yes the 4700 for $1499 straight from Denon isn't a bad deal.

I would even throw in the 3700 for $1199 in that mix.

You add Audyssey's Editor app to either of those and sweetens the deal even better for most people IMO.
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Excellent Receiver. Managed to snag one off Amazon late this summer after getting fed up with source switching issues on my previous Yamaha as well as getting all HDMI 2.1 features from PS5 and XSX. Haven't had any issues the past few months, highly recommend if this is a legit deal, I paid 1400 on Amazon.
I am looking to replace Yamaha RX-A2050 which is located out of sight, inside the closet. Does RZ50 run pretty cool like Yamaha does? Are you using eARC in your setup? TY!
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