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Pioneer 7.1 Channel A/V Receiver with AirPlay
$289.99 + $5 Shipping
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$448 on Amazon. Mostly positive reviews, BUT the most helpful review claims it to be a bit dissapointing.
3rd time is a charm, right Woot mods?
AWWWW!!! Already own one… I love it though!!! Highly recommended with right speakers and placement.
Here’s a product tour on YouTube.
NewEgg has this thing at $549.99!
I want it! But then I’d have to buy speakers. Damnit!!!
I have this and it is worth so much more than this! I believe they had it for around $299 on newegg with a coupon code this past weekend. Great deal amazing center for home entertainment…
I’ve been wanting to replace my receiver and this is perfect!
in for one
amazon had for 299 yesterday, was in the process of placing order, but price changed on me, and the person refuse to bring back the price.
oh well, i would really like the amazon price, for 5 dollar more you get 2 day shipping, vs woot god know when shipping.
Crap. Just bought this at newegg at the 11-11-11 special price of $299.99, although I got free shipping. I guess their return policy is a little better, but I’m out $5.
Wow, this is even cheaper than Newegg’s $299 deal from the 11th.
Hmm…looks like a pretty good deal. I have an older Pioneer receiver which I thought would last me forever. Until HDMI ports were invented, that is.
More info and a better image of the rear ports:
$448.77 at Amazon.
Pretty decent reviews over at the mother ship ( amazon )
but the price point makes me think this will sell out… alas… payday is so far away
Wow, that’s actually a really good price. /shock
“Wi-Fi, the dongle costs an unreasonable $150”
1/2 the price of the receiver its self?
Definitely not fair.
Sounds like AirPlay doesn’t work wirelessly from ipods, ipads? The AS-BT200 Bluetooth adapter looks to be about $80. Here’s
I’ve been doing research for a mid range AVR and I’ll put everything important I found in one statement: This is a great AVR with great features, but the Denon AVR-1912 sounds better. And by better I mean enough to make me buy that one instead.
The fine folks at hometheatre.com seem to like it http://www.hometheater.com/content/pioneer-vsx-1021-av-receiver