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Deal: Onkyo TX-SR876 Receiver - $979
NewEgg gets you this robust AV receiver, which ordinarily runs $1,699, for under $1K.
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Onkyo’s TX-SR876 AV Receiver
August 20, 2009 by Stephen Hopkins

NewEgg.com can be a great place to grab Onkyo electronics ... when you know the code. 

With coupon code “RECEIVER819720” you can currently pick up a new Onkyo TX-SR876 AVR to get your home theater rocking. 

The SR876 is a robust THX Ultra2 Plus certified AVR with strong (and legitimate) 140w x 7 amplifier section, high-resolution Burr Brown DACs, Audyssey MultiEQ XT room-correction, HQV Reon-VX video processing, and ISF video calibration settings. 

It also has 4 HDMI 1.3 inputs, and 2 outputs (great for multiple zones or TV & projector in one room).  All surround audio codecs are supported including Dolby Digital, DTS, TrueHD, DTS-HD Master Audio, along with PLIIx matrix surround processing. 

Don’t get scared when you see the $1699 MSRP listed on the NewEgg.com product page.  Just apply coupon code “RECEIVER819720” once the item is in your shopping cart and you’ll see the total drop to $979. 

If you use PayPal you can save an extra $20 on top of that!  You can find refurbished SR876 AVRs for slightly less, but this is the lowest price I’ve seen for a new SR876 from an authorized dealer with the full 2-year warranty. This deal expires on August 25, 2009.

Via: Techbargains.com

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Stephen Hopkins is chief technology editor for EH Publishing. He writes product reviews, features, and focuses heavily on 3D TV, iPhone and iPad apps, and digital content.

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