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Denon AVR S760H 7.2ch 8K AV Receiver Costco Free Delivery - $399

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Costco has $100 a receiver I've been keeping an eye out for a while now available with free shipping until 12/13/22. I was just in store last weekend and it was marked at $500. Some people have found them for $350 in store but I've had no such luck

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Looks like it was $250 at select Costco locations in October
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This was the same price in early November when I picked it up. I actually quite like it in my 5.1.2 setup. Auto EQ stuff is more "surround" centric than I've had before which is actually quite nice. The sound modes for night time listening help normalize volume when desired and work well.

Xbox passthrough to my 77 LG OLED at 120hz works with zero issues.

Realistically a great receiver for me, especially coming from a failing (channel noise) Pioneer.
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This is a decent receiver, but not sure it's worth $400. It's been at that sale price multiple times. I got it in the $250 deal a bit ago and that felt like a good price for it. Overall it's weaker than the Onyko HTIB it replaced, and that set cost less and came with 7.1 speakers as well.
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Onkyo 6050 at Costco is better sounding receiver. Again, sound is very subjective so just speaking from my experience.
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Onkyo 6050 at Costco is better sounding receiver. Again, sound is very subjective so just speaking from my experience.
No, it's not..
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Onkyo 6050 at Costco is better sounding receiver. Again, sound is very subjective so just speaking from my experience.
I'm so sick of the clicking on my 6050… My old marantz would only do that when I turned it on or off. This onkyo does it constantly, for reasons I can't even identify
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This is a decent receiver, but not sure it's worth $400. It's been at that sale price multiple times. I got it in the $250 deal a bit ago and that felt like a good price for it. Overall it's weaker than the Onyko HTIB it replaced, and that set cost less and came with 7.1 speakers as well.
Guarantee that your HTIB didn't have HDMI 2.1 like this did, and it very likely didn't have eARC either.

This thing is miles better than your HTIB receiver.
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I'm so sick of the clicking on my 6050… My old marantz would only do that when I turned it on or off. This onkyo does it constantly, for reasons I can't even identify
It clicks when it changes audio formats.
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Guarantee that your HTIB didn't have HDMI 2.1 like this did, and it very likely didn't have eARC either.

This thing is miles better than your HTIB receiver.
I mean my HTIB was also a manufacturer refurb, and was from 2011 or so, so it had HDMI, but obviously not 2.1. however the cost to support HDMI 2.1 or Atmos or whatnot is negligible as those are the current standards all surround receivers do. It's the power of the amplifier and how much power it can output at low distortion that costs money, and this receiver is lower tier than a HTIB from 11 years ago even accounting for inflation. I'd say if not for chip shortages and other crap this is a $400 MSRP receiver that should have sales for $250-300 and should probably be getting refurb units for $200 or less, but that's just my opinion as someone who likes truly slick deals
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is this sale price only available at the physical store? When I go to check it out at my local stores, they have never had it in stock.
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I'm so sick of the clicking on my 6050… My old marantz would only do that when I turned it on or off. This onkyo does it constantly, for reasons I can't even identify
The relays are stupid loud. Mine from many years ago still does the same thing so it's not new to this model.
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I mean my HTIB was also a manufacturer refurb, and was from 2011 or so, so it had HDMI, but obviously not 2.1. however the cost to support HDMI 2.1 or Atmos or whatnot is negligible as those are the current standards all surround receivers do. It's the power of the amplifier and how much power it can output at low distortion that costs money, and this receiver is lower tier than a HTIB from 11 years ago even accounting for inflation. I'd say if not for chip shortages and other crap this is a $400 MSRP receiver that should have sales for $250-300 and should probably be getting refurb units for $200 or less, but that's just my opinion as someone who likes truly slick deals
SMH. I bet you believe that something like this: Amazon.com: Samsung HT-E5500W HTIB 5.1 Channel 3D Blu-ray 1000-Watt Home Theater System : Electronic... [amazon.com] is more powerful because it says 1000w, don't you?

100000% your HTIB receiver from 2011 won't hold a candle to this receiver. Even if you think that it's "more powerful".
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SMH. I bet you believe that something like this: Amazon.com: Samsung HT-E5500W HTIB 5.1 Channel 3D Blu-ray 1000-Watt Home Theater System : Electronic... [amazon.com] is more powerful because it says 1000w, don't you?

100000% your HTIB receiver from 2011 won't hold a candle to this receiver. Even if you think that it's "more powerful".
Nope, I do not believe that nonsense. What I believe is that my Onkyo receiver that claimed 0.08% THD and a rated power of 130W at 6 ohms for 2 channels is higher quality and more powerful than this receiver which claims only 75W at 8 ohms for the same THD. I didn't think this would be a big difference, but what I can say factually is that both devices use 100 point volume scales. Using the same speakers, the Onkyo made things sound good at 20-30/100. The Denon? It needs 50-70 to hit the same volume level with the same speakers. Clearly the Denon is less capable of driving these speakers than the Onkyo was, and the higher the volume with respect to the 100 point scale, the closer the receiver is to it's limit and the greater the distortion technically. Though personally I don't really hear a quality difference and I intend to replace the speakers next year anyway
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