I wouldn't buy a refurbished receiver and 10:1, those are from accessories4less.
You can pretty much get a AVR-2112ci for $430 from everywhere or even less.
These are higher end receivers than the none IC models.
If you have the extra funds, the AVR-2312ci can be had everywhere for $600 and much less if you power shop.
IMO, the AVR-2312ci, AVR-3312ci, and AVR-4311ci are Denons best models opposed to the limited **13 series coming out. They all have nearly the same connections and number of connections. The AVR-2312ci lacking the composite video input for Bluray player and a phono input that the other 2 have. I also have to buy a new Technolink TC-772 phono preamp
for my turntable. This preamp also has an additional input so the turntable doesn't take the last free analog audio input. Plus it has level control and USB PCM output to a PC for wave or MP3 recording of albums or any analog audio device connected to it.
The AVR-2112ci is nice also but it lacks in connections so bad, it doesn't have the connections or connection numbers to fit my equipment without "1" digital audio (mixed coax and Optical)input switch box, 1 AV input switch box (analog component, S-Video, composite video, analog audio inputs), and 2 audio switch boxes(as 1 audio recorder input switcher and 1 A/V recorder input switcher). It's not a fully functional switching AV receiver with it's limited switching capabilities.
Just think of what equipment you'll have in the future and if you'll ever want to record from them. You can only record in the analog domain right now without frustration. Many like to record their video games and cable (satellite) TV shows for archiving, and you can't archive record with an HDMI connection or a DVR (most). Just something to think about when putting this kind of money down.
Even with the AVR-2312ci, I need an audio switch/monitor loop box for recording analog audio to my H/K CD Recorder.