RX-V775 worth buying today?
So I've been thinking of doing a features upgrade for a while for a now. I have two home theater setups in my home but I mostly use one that is in a bedroom. My "main" system doesn't get the usage it deserves because it's in an open game room upstairs and people are always watching tv downstairs and takes away from the experience.
I've had this system for over 10 years now, consisting of a denon 3803, b&w 805, htm2, and 601's for surround with an svs 20-39 pc+ sub. To me, it sounds good as it is but I would like the convinience of hdmi. I'm not too concerned with and 4k type content since I don't plan on upgrading the tv any time soon. I don't even really care about 7.1 or atmos or anything like that. I still want the best sound that I can get without having to buy new speakers. I watch blu-rays every once in a while and I would like to be able to stream my blu-ray content to my htpc.
Frys has what looks like a refurb RX-775 for $288+tax. Seems it covers most of the bases that I need. It even has pre-outs, but I don't have an amp at the moment. It offers a little less power than my 3803, but looks like it does what I need while not spending a lot of money. I also have pioneer elite vsx-44 thats in the closet, but even less power. I'm not sure if these will do the N805's justice.
A while back I bought a denon X3200 for the bedroom system that I use more often and that replaced the vsx-44. I've thought about swapping that over to the other system, but I just don't use it as much and figured i'd get more use of it in the bedroom. I have klipsch RF-82II in there.
I'm kind of just weighing suggestions or maybe wait until frys has the X3200 on sale again or even the X2200. Those are still $200-300 more than what the rx-v775 cost.