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Onkyo TX-RZ730 9.2ch Network AV Receiver

Onkyo TX-RZ730 9.2ch Network AV Receiver

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Howdy Everyone,

Please take notice:

Note: The drop price listed is the Minimum Advertised Price set by the manufacturer. Massdrop is not allowed to advertise lower than the MAP price. 

At checkout, you’ll be able to activate a discount coupon (-$300).

The products offered on this drop are brand-new US goods, never opened, and will have a full warranty with Onkyo.
I've got one, added a separate stereo amp to give 7.1.4. I'm impressed so far.

Itle be out of date next year if HDMI 2.1 is a must have. I've only just bought a new tv so itle do me for a couple of years at least
I can't find any info on what version the HDMI ports are. If they're not 2.1 it seems like this will be obsolete in a short time.
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The only "2.2" I see in the specs is " HDCP 2.2 Copy-Protection Compatibility". As for the HDMI, the newest HDMI written spec is 2.1 with only a handful of A/V equipment available with it now. It looks like 2019 will be the year of HDMI 2.1 and High Dynamic Range Plus (HDR+). Until then I'm sticking with my old stuff....
Well then this receiver IS one of the few that has HDMI 2.2. Here is a quote from a link that describes the 730...

On the video side, the TX-RZ730 and TX-RZ830 include HDMI pass-through of HDR10, HLG (Hybrid Log-Gamma) and Dolby Vision formats as well as 4K/60p, BT.2020, 4:4:4, 24bit, and HDCP 2.2-protected video. Six rear HDMI inputs, Main Out, Zone 2 Out (Sub Out on the TX-RZ730) and a front HDMI input are included on both models.


Hope this clears it up for you...
Has anyone had any experience with Onkyo AVR's before?

This line has an industry exclusive with Sonos!

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I guess that’s a pretty nice integration. I use Play-Fi throughout my house and it is frankly pretty buggy. Maybe it’s time to try Sonos.
I've been using Sonos products since around 2005, so I'm a big fan. Whole house synchronized streaming is a great feature marred by having to separately turn on a receiver and set the right input. I'm considering this drop primarily for the Sonos integration.
By the way, the coupon option is for -$3000, not -$300 -- might want to fix that, because nobody will be able to order one (since you can't make an order with a negative price, and you must select an option)
This is not a deal. It's cheaper elsewhere.
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My bad I hit a wrong key when I googled it. searched the TX-Rz720 instead. Thanks for the heads up.
Sorry bro....replied to the wrong post.....you were definitely on the ball!
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