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I use to be into the finer points of the technology 10 years ago, but not now. I'm in the market for a new AV Receiver as my old HK AVR-320 is old, tired and lagging in features. Any help would be appreciated.
Costco has the Yamaha TSR-7850 for 489.99, and the Denon AVR-S750H for 369.99, normally 429.99 now 369.99.
I originally thought the TSR-7850 was a re-branded RX-A780 until I found them both listed on Yamaha's site. The only difference seems to be The 780 has 'AVENTAGE', and the 7850 has 'With all Burr-Brown DAC’s and Yamaha Cinema DSP 3D processing, the TSR AV receivers are poised for maximum audio performance. The Yamaha's look the same have the same specs and weight. Output power is basiclly the same on all units, not enough difference to actually make a difference. My Speakers are pretty old Klipsch KB1.1 Front and Rears, and KSC.C1 Center. A Sony Sub. Nothing fancy or expensive. They may be the next upgrade.
The RX-780 was only used for comparison, I'm not really considering it. Costco is not getting the 7850 back in stock. At some point they had it on sale for 379. I missed that. I'm watching to see if the price drops as they try to sell off reaming inventory.
- Yamaha Receiver Page - AV Receivers - Yamaha - United States
- 7850 - TSR-7850 - Overview - Yamaha - United States
The Denon AVR-S750H looks fairly similar. The Denon has HEOS while the Yamaha has Multicast.
I've read that the Denon manual has a lot to be desired. I did purchase TSR-7850 but not taken it out of the box.
- Yamaha RX-A780 MSRP -$ 699, showing on sale for $599 on Yamaha's site
- Yamaha TSR-7850 MSRP -$ 699 on Yamaha's site
- Denon AVR-SH750H MSRP - $499 on Denon's stie
Is the Yamaha worth the extra $120?
Costco is not getting them back in stock. At some point they had it on sale for 379. I missed that. I'm watching to see if the price drops as they try to sell off reaming inventory. I've read that the Denon manual has a lot to be desired. I did purchase TSR-7850 but not taken it out of the box.
Are there any others I should consider?