This was posted 3 months 1 day ago, and might be an out-dated deal.

expired Pioneer VSX-932 7.2ch 4K Dolby Atmos AV Receiver Amplifier $559.20 Delivered @ k.g.electronic eBay

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https://www.pioneeraudio.com.au/products/vsx-932-av-receiver


Channels: 7
•Amplification Type: Direct Energy
•130 W/ch (6 ohms, 1 kHz, THD 1.0 %, 1ch Driven)
•Dolby Atmos®/Dolby Surround
•DTS:X/DTS Neural:X
•Reflex Optimizer
•Dolby® TrueHD/Dolby Digital Plus
•DTS-HD Master Audio/DTS-HD High Resolution Audio/DTS 96/24/DTS-ES/DTS-HD Express
•Ultra HD Pass-through with HDCP 2.2 (4K/60p/4:4:4/24-bit, 4K/24p/4:4:4/36-bit, 4K/60p/4:2:0/36-bit)
•HDR10 and BT.2020 Support
•Dolby Vision Compatible
•Ultra HD Upscaling (1080p to 4K)
•3D Ready (Blu-ray Disc™, Broadcast, and Games)
•Deep Color (36-bit), “x.v.Color”
•Chromecast built-in
•Built-in Wi-Fi® (Dual Band 5 GHz/2.4 GHz)
•Built-in Bluetooth® Wireless Technology (Version: 4.1, Profile: A2DP/AVRCP, Codec: SBC/AAC)

RRP is $1,099.

Currently ~$559.20 delivered with eBay POLISHED Code

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  • +1 vote

    NO preout is a bummer

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    Nice, shame I need more HDMI inputs!

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    None of these cheaper amps have manual EQ do they?

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    Is this significantly better or worse than the Denon from Amazon Germany posted last month?

    https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/372125

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      The Denon is a better machine with more features.

      I have three Pioneer VSX AVRs.

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      This is a good question which I would like to know more on.

      If any one has lots of first hand info please post, and I will have a good Google when I get home from work and list what I find.

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      I have the Denon X2400.

      8 HDMI ports vs 4 = "significantly better" in my book.

      Almost all other specs are pretty even, so…for about $100 more, I'd go the Denon.

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        I upgraded from a Pioneer VSX-828 to a Denon X3400 from the Amazon.de sale. Very glad I did - Audessey does indeed make a massive difference. 8 HDMI inputs is nice too, and the multizone feature of the Denon is good too.

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          How much did you get the x3400 for? I’m also looking at it but can’t justify around 300 euro more for the x3400 compared to x2400 at present on Amazon.de

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          @lahiruwan:

          It ended up being $1050 delivered including GST.

          Yes it's more; but you're getting some good features. We have 7.2 speakers on the loungeroom connected to a 4k tv, add use the zone 2 out for a tv in our kitchen. (The person who cooks/washes up street have to miss out!) Preamp out for zone 2 means we have speakers working in there too. If we'd give the x2400 would have had to choose between 7.2 and 5.2+multiple.

          Also i cant recall if the x2400 has audessey mt32 or just plain audessey

          Upscaling of analogue content is nice to have but haven't used it yet and possibly won't either.

          I was struggling with this decision too - x2400 vs x3400. For my situation (many speakers, multiple zones, several 4k input sources, speakers that could do with EQ flattening) the decision was the right one. YMMV.

    • +3 votes

      The Denon is currently cheaper than posted in that deal.
      Currently €404.17 delivered (€318.49 after VAT removal + €85.68 delivery) ≃ $639.03 AUD

  • +2 votes

    I have the VSX-922.
    Can recommend.

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    Would this accept a composite and component input and output to hdmi?

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      It has composite in,so probably outputs through HDMI.

      Have a peek at the manual online.

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        look into this, in my experience only high end amps can do this, most amps will pass through one signal type, i.e. if you input HDMI it will output HDMI, if you input composite,m it will only output through composite, it won't convert the signal.

        It is 2018 though so things may of changed.

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          I think yacman's right, very few "low end" amps like this will take in composite and output HDMI. Need to spend about twice as much to get this feature.

        • +2 votes

          Just took the Wii out of storage (composite only outputs), and YES, it does output through HDMI to my 4K TV and 1080P projector using the Pioneer VSX-930. Of course it doesn't up-scale - not that that would make the Wii look any better!

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    Do any of these ~$500 Amps have multi zone or speaker a/b output? (At least thats what it was called years ago when I was into this)

    I want to have full surround in my lounge and music available for outside too.

    If not this one, any suggestions?

  • +2 votes

    IMHO, the previous model VSX-930 was a much better buy. The older VSX-930 had 7x HDMI input AND importantly 2X HDMI Output. This is great for my setup (LED and Projector in the home theatre).

    The only add on I would have liked with the VSX-932 is Chromecast, but then a $88 Chromecast dongle sorts that out.

    These are still great value for the amount of tech you get. Some of the terms Pioneer use is hard to understand, and learning how ARC works takes effort. But overall a great HT receiver for the $$$.

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    So without optical out, how would I get this going with Z-5500 from logitech? Will it feed optical via HDMI through to the TV and then I plug the TV into the speakers??

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    I would have bought this but all my home theater speakers are old and 3 ohms.

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    Still picked up this for 560 on the weekend using the eBay 'password' discount code.