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Costco Members: Yamaha TSR-5810 7.2-Ch MusicCast A/V Receiver EXPIRED

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Costco Wholesale.com has for it's Members: Yamaha TSR-5810 7.2-Channel MusicCast A/V Receiver w/ Bluetooth for $319.99. Shipping is free. Thanks HeyItsRemo

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Costco Wholesale has for it's Members: Yamaha TSR-5810 7.2-Channel MusicCast A/V Receiver w/ Bluetooth for $294.99. Shipping is free.

Sale price is $319.99 less an $25 off $250 coupon available in stores. I have a couple extra below (please comment if used):

RP5B2N7
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Edit: Codes above have been used.

http://www.costco.com/Yamaha-TSR-...13478.html
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Got anymore promo codes?
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Got anymore promo codes?
The two above are all I had. Are they used? They have them by the stack in store.
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Check this thread for promos. Don't forget to rep the provider if you get one.

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Can i connect to my other sonos speakers?
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I just got the TSR 7810 for $424 + Tax?

Any reason to return for this one? Have a 7.1 Setup and Vizio P75
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I just got the TSR 7810 for $424 + Tax?

Any reason to return for this one? Have a 7.1 Setup and Vizio P75
It depends on what features you need. I wanted a Denon receiver but I don't want to go to Fry's since it's 3 hours away. Also have $25 code so I might jump on this....
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Missed out on all the previous deals include Fry's Denon 3300. Store had open box so I passed. Just got 4K tv so looking upgrade receiver.
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It depends on what features you need. I wanted a Denon receiver but I don't want to go to Fry's since it's 3 hours away. Also have $25 code so I might jump on this....
What top every day features is missing from this that the 7810 has?

Also whats the wattage on this vs other?
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I just got the TSR 7810 for $424 + Tax?

Any reason to return for this one? Have a 7.1 Setup and Vizio P75
I actually got the 5810 at Costco Warehouse and didn't like that it only had the option for surround back OR front height, not both. The 7810 has this, plus more 2 more HDMi inputs and 2 HDMI outputs and preouts- and 4k upscaling.

Stick with the TSR 7810. It's a better receiver overall for the added cost.

Compare link between the TSR 5810 and TSR 7810:
http://usa.yamaha.com/products/au...de=compare
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I ended up getting both 5810 for guest room and 7810 for the master bedroom. I personally wanted 7810 so that I can use the powered zone 2 for the master bath (I can chose different source compared to the main). That was the main reason for me to get 7810 for the master.

7810 has pre-outs if you plan to expand with external amps, better built-in amp, better auto speaker tuning, more inputs/outputs/4k scaling as noted above.

With that said though, if you don't need any of those things, 5810 is a great deal, hence I got it for the guest room.

Also, don't be fooled by wattage spec. You can't just evaluate the receivers based on watts. You need to combine watts (in RMS), bandwidth, impedance, and THD.
Good reading here [digitaltrends.com] if you're interested to learn more.
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I like the 7810 thus far. I still haven't met anyone that uses the preouts Smilie
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I actually got the 5810 at Costco Warehouse and didn't like that it only had the option for surround back OR front height, not both. The 7810 has this, plus more 2 more HDMi inputs and 2 HDMI outputs and preouts- and 4k upscaling.

Stick with the TSR 7810. It's a better receiver overall for the added cost.

Compare link between the TSR 5810 and TSR 7810:
http://usa.yamaha.com/products/au...de=compare [yamaha.com]
Strangely though, I seem to remember the 5810 has 1 more HDCP 2.2 compliant input than the 7810. Weird move on their part. That said, I think the 7810 is overkill unless you are running two zones. Otherwise, you're paying over 25% more for little gains imho.
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