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I saw this Onkyo HT-S5800  on the nfm.com website at $699 and went to the store to take a look. It was marked at $479.99 instore.
Everywhere else seems to be selling it at $689-699. I haven't set it up yet so can't tell you how good it is but it does have decent reviews and for that price you can't go wrong.
Here's a link to the product on nfm.com 
SKU #: 43689405 =14pxFeatures

  • Protect media quality with HDMI inputs and output
  • Subwoofer has 10" cone for powerful bass
  • Stream audio from compatible devices with Bluetooth technology
  • Surround sound Dolby Atmos, Dolby TrueHD, and DTS-HD Master Audio decoders result in quality audio
  • Rich soundscape created by Wide Range Amplifier Technology

DescriptionThe Onkyo 5.1.2-Channel Dolby Atmos Home Theater Package is an immersive experience. The 10" cone subwoofer results in booming bass tones. The Onkyo 5.1.2-Channel Dolby Atmos Home Theater Package has HDMI inputs and outputs to preserve your file quality. The Bluetooth technology allows you to stream from compatible devices. The Wide Range Amplifier Technology of the Onkyo 5.1.2-Channel Dolby Atmos Home Theater Package creates a gorgeous soundscape.

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Onkyo HT-S5800 (6.77kB)
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Just FYI, this receiver only has four HDMI inputs. I've been watching the big brother (7700) for a while now.

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Redbeard25 said:   Just FYI, this receiver only has four HDMI inputs. I've been watching the big brother (7700) for a while now.
That is quite a lot for an HT. Many come with just 1 or 2. If you need more, just connect the inputs directly to the TV and use the ARC of the TV HDMI-in for audio out from those sources. 

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amhidogha said:   
Redbeard25 said:   Just FYI, this receiver only has four HDMI inputs. I've been watching the big brother (7700) for a while now.
That is quite a lot for an HT. Many come with just 1 or 2. If you need more, just connect the inputs directly to the TV and use the ARC of the TV HDMI-in for audio out from those sources. 

  Agreed... it just depends on your needs. The 7700 model has seven inputs and two HDMI out, which is quite a bump up.

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