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I'm looking for an inexpensive surround sound receiver (standard 5.1) that will also let us play music (from a separate source) outside on our deck.

My display can use either HDMI (preferred) or component. The only inputs would be a BD player (HDMI) and a Wii. An Ethernet connection would be nice, but not a deal breaker. Sometimes we'll have a get together where guys will be inside watching a game, and other people will be outside on the deck listening to music.

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I'm looking for an inexpensive surround sound receiver (standard 5.1) that will also let us play music (from a separate source) outside on our deck.

My display can use either HDMI (preferred) or component. The only inputs would be a BD player (HDMI) and a Wii. An Ethernet connection would be nice, but not a deal breaker. Sometimes we'll have a get together where guys will be inside watching a game, and other people will be outside on the deck listening to music.

Thanks in advance!

What is your budget, please?

Thanks.
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What is your budget, please?

Thanks.

Honestly, as cheap as possible. Somewhere in the $200 or less range.
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Check your local used market for a receiver that supports "powered zone 2". You won't find anything new with that feature for under $200.
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