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Pioneer VSX-933 7.2 Ch AV Receiver $519.20 Delivered @ KG Electronic eBay

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Immerse yourself in the Pioneer 7.2-ch Network AV Receiver created by Dolby Atmos® or DTS:X® and optimally adjusted by MCACC, while the spectacle of Ultra HD video, HDR10, HLG, and Dolby Vision™ unfolds before your eyes.

FlareConnect™ lets you enjoy wireless multi-room audio with smooth control on the Pioneer Remote App, from various sources including vinyl records.

With Chromecast built-in and DTS Play-Fi®, you can play music from internet radio and network streaming services on the VSX-933 using your smartphone.

Features:

Channels: 7.2

Amplification Type: Direct Energy

Dual Band (5 GHz/2.4 GHz) Wi-Fi® Built-in

Bluetooth® Wireless Technology (Version: 4.1 + LE, Profile: A2DP 1.2/AVRCP 1.3, Codec: SBC/AAC) Built-in

Pioneer Remote App*2 Ready for Multi-room Entertainment Control and Network Streaming

User-Friendly GUI with System/Network Setup Menu

Auto Power Off in HDMI Standby Through

AM/FM Tuner 40 Presets

Sleep Timer

User-Friendly Simple Remote Control 135 W/ch (6 ohms, 1 kHz, THD 1.0 %, 1ch Driven)

Dolby Atmos®, Dolby Surround Upmixer supports DTS Formats

DTS:X®, DTS Neural:X® Upmixer supports Dolby Formats

Reflex Optimizer

DTS-HD Master Audio, DTS-HD High-Resolution Audio, DTS96/24, DTS-ES, DTS Express

FlareConnect™ for Multi-room Audio

Chromecast built-in*1 and works with the Google Assistant

FRONT TERMINALS

USB 1 In for USB Drive

MCACC Setup MIC In

Audio 1 In (Mini Stereo Jack)

Headphones 6.5mm 1 Out

REAR TERMINALS

HDMI 6 In (4 Assignable)

HDMI 1 Out

Ethernet 1 In

USB 1 In for USB Drive

AV (Component) 1 In (Assignable)

AV (Composite) 2 In (Assignable)

Audio 1 In (Assignable)

Phono (MM) 1 In

Digital Coaxial 1 In (Assignable)

Digital Optical 1 In (Assignable)

SUBWOOFER x 2 Pre Out

ZONE 2 Pre/Line Out

Speaker 9 ch Out (FRONT, CENTER, SURROUND, SURROUND BACK/HEIGHT/Bi-AMP, ZONE 2)

FM/AM Antenna

Original Coupon Deal

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Comments

  • +2 votes

    Anyone know how it compares to the Sony STR-DH790? It’s currently on sale for $499 at amazon

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      I would think that the Pioneer VSX-933 is better. RRP on it is $1199 but the Sony STR-DH790 has RRP $849. Going by that i reckon the Pioneer wins out. Plus Pioneer home theatre systems are supposed to be very reliable. And the Pioneer home theatre won the EISA 2018-2019 best product award. In my opinion i would be going for the Pioneer any day. Only $20.20 more on this copupon discount deal for a home theatre unit which is worth a few hundred dollars more.

      You also couldn't go wrong with that 3 year standard warranty too on the Pioneer unit.

    • +2 votes

      The pioneer has built-in AirPlay, Chromecast, DTS Play Fi, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and an ethernet port. The value proposition is ridiculously good for $20 more.

      Pioneers are also generally better sounding units, and this one has relatively better video processing capabilities also. If I were to get one of those two, I'd get the pioneer without a second thought.

  • +2 votes

    You can compare both models at https://www.zkelectronics.com/

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    Probably not better bang for buck in the AVR space.

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      How about in comparison to this Onkyo model from a previous deal?

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        This is better according to this comparison. https://www.zkelectronics.com/compare/onkyo-tx-nr575(tx-nr575e)/north-america/pioneer-vsx-933/north-america/

      • +1 vote

        Only my experience but the Onkyo receiver I have has had a range of things fail ….
        - one of the HDMI inputs unusable because of flashing 'snow'
        - Certain input name selections gives a hissing noise from the Toslink at moderate volume levels
        - display screen is failing so now very dim regardless of pushing the button to increase it

        Amp would be around 8 years old.

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    And then good for a 5.1.2 system as well? Anything I should be waiting another year for for HDMI specs?

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    Can anyone recommend a decent subwoofer. I won't be having it that loud (young kids in the house), to go with this receiver.

  • +1 vote

    Can recommend this amp for anyone shipping in this price range. I'm currently running it in a full setup, including atmos and a 4k projector, and it's brilliant.

    Leaves the old Yamaha htr6065 (another OzB ripper bargain) for dead.

  • +3 votes

    Can vouch for the quality of this receiver, replaces my old onkyo 5.1 which died around 1 year ago.

    Awesome 4k passthru and 6 inputs. Everyone of them supports 4k.

    I’m using it with a benq tk800 and 4 tall boys, a 14 inch sub and a polk 3 driver central, sounds great. I mistook the in game knock on the door for real a few times.

  • +1 vote

    Soon all the new 2020 TV models are due with eARC, and PS5/Xbox One X series coming with HDMI 2.1.

    My understanding is that you can plug the devices directly into the TV (giving you Variable Refresh Rate, 4k60hz, 8k60Hz, etc) and then use an HDMI cable using eARC to transfer the Audio to this amp without compromise.

    Does this sound right?

    Or better to wait for AV Receivers that support HDMI 2.1?

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    Now what would be a good 7.1 speaker package for this ? 🙄

  • +2 votes

    Can anyone confirm if this AVR supports eARC? The official pioneer site says the firmware update for eARC is only for the 7.2-ch SC-LX502 and 9.2-ch VSX-LX503 AV receivers only (https://www.pioneeraudio.com.au/blogs/news/pioneer-activates...).
    The official firmware history does not mention about eARC neither: (https://intl.pioneer-audiovisual.com/support/firmware/av_rec...)

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      I would like to know this too please

    • +2 votes

      LX is Pioneer's premium range and this one is basic. If it is not mentioned, its not present.
      Secondly, Pioneer uses D class Amplifier which makes is lighter and emits less heat, but might compromise on sound.
      Having said that, I dont know if Yamaha using AB class is better.

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    Would this make a good HDMI switcher for 4K? I’m currently using a $40 one off eBay which works but is a bit iffy at times when watching a 4K BR on my Xbox One X. I have an old pioneer VSX-532 which hasn’t got enough inputs but didn’t support 4K pass through for HDCP.

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    This is a Denon?Which Denon equivalent for this?

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    Anyone bought from this seller before? As a side note this unit is selling for $599 at Kogan/DSE.

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    Looks identical to my Denon amplifier I got on OzBargain 2 years ago!

    Pioneer is a fantastic brand, good price for this one!

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