Pioneer VSX-823-K 5.1-Channel Network AV Receiver
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The Pioneer VSX-823 5.1 Channel Network Ready AV Receiver With 140 Watts (1 kHz 1 % THD @ 6 Ohms 1ch Driven) or 80 Watts (20Hz-20kHz .08% THD @ 8 Ohms) of clear audio reproduction and advanced new technologies, Pioneer's VSX-823 feature rich, yet affordable receiver that lets you take advantage of Pioneer's innovative approach to the networked home theater experience. Proving that connectivity is the key, the VSX-823 delivers the broadest platform for your Apple or Android lifestyle, streaming your favorite content and controlling your receiver, right from the palm of your hand. The VSX-823 is ready for advanced new technologies, such as high-resolution music files, 4K Ultra HD video files, and an intuitive Eco mode for a "smart" home theater system.
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Could be my specific situation also, the room is bright during daylight hours and the TV setup is almost 17 feet to the seating area.
Recvr does all that is advertised and some of the handheld buttons actually display on the TV as what is selected, nice feature.
I also bought this Recvr knowing it was at the low end of the power needed to drive my speaker set, but there is power to spare when set for a comfortable listening experience and it does a nice job of filling the room for a fine movie experience. Overall this is a good unit with nice features that allow you to customize and tune for multiple input situations.
The manual, though extensive still doesn't cover all the features. Three years later and I am still learning things about what the receiver is capable of doing.
However, if you want an amp for the less technically inclined, I would lean more towards Denon or Marantz for the ability to rename inputs and well as disable unused inputs (super helpful for parents with only two or three devices)
Bad. - Advertisement didn't mention that:
Requires an HDMI connection from the Receiver to the TV. I have an old TV - (very expensive RCA Home Theater) Can't use the sound balancing feature - sounded great in the ad. Also can't see the Menu choices on the TV screen. The Receiver screen is pretty small and have to get right up close.
Had trouble for a few days with set up until I understood and found the RETURN key.
Very sorry it doesn't it doesn't have the sound meter that my old Pioneer had. Pioneer says they don't have any with that feature.
Also sorry that I couldn't fine a receiver that had the Preamp connection that the old Pioneer (VSX-902S) so I could connect my BOSE 901's properly. (I'm using them without the equalizer...)