Yamaha RX-V485
The Good The Denon AVR-S730H is among the least expensive receivers with this level of features, including 4K/HDR compatibility, multiroom music, Dolby Atmos and DTS:X (interwiki inconnu). Sound quality is very good with both music and movies, regardless of the speakers we used. Auto calibration worked well.

The Bad Competitors such as the Sony STR-DN1080 sound even better. The HEOS music system isn't as capable or easy to use as Sonos, Google Cast or Yamaha's  MusicCast.
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I purchased this AV receiver hoping that I will be able to hear all my media layers in a second location(  Zone2). This however could not be done for several reason. The so called zone can not be used due to the fact that can't deliver Audio which is fed thru HDMI, optic or digital Cable. The receiver has only Audio Input receptacle for this purpose. Also the Zone Volume is set at 70 which makes it useless. So don't plan to get full benefit from "  Zone2".
There are two subwoofer pre-outs on the Denon AVR-S730H.
The Denon AVR-S730H is a 7.2-channel AV receiver with a bevy of connectivity options and audio decoders.
https://davidstopbest.com/best-denon-avr-s730h. While its power output isn’t great, it’s not terrible either. At the manufacturer's price, this home theater receiver is one of the best values on the market.

This surround sound receiver is a capable hub for your entertainment system. It has six HDMI inputs and one HDMI output, which means you can connect six video sources to it and then connect the receiver to a TV. It also has two optical inputs and two analog audio inputs, so you can connect it to a variety of older audio equipment.
Denon lists the AVR-S730H’s power output as 7watts per channel on 8-ohm speakers and 1watts on 6-ohm speakers. This is slightly below average, but considering that it’s one of the more affordable AV receivers we reviewed, it’s a good value for the power.
The AVR-S730H has seven audio channels and two subwoofer pre-outs, which is comparable to similarly priced AV receivers. It also includes decoders for Dolby Atmos and DTS:X (interwiki inconnu), the most current audio formats, which add overhead channels to the surround sound to give even more depth to the audio. These formats aren’t widely used yet, so it also has the Dolby  TrueHD and DTS-HD decoders as well as legacy decoders for upmixing stereo tracks to surround sound.
This receiver is equipped with both Bluetooth and Wi-Fi, so you can send audio wirelessly to your surround sound system from your smartphone, tablet or computer. It supports both the  AirPlay and the DLNA Wi-Fi protocols, which make it easy to connect your Apple or Android device over your home Wi-Fi network.
Its six HDMI inputs are compatible with 4K and 3D video. It’s also compatible with HDCP 2.2, which is necessary for Blu-rays and DVDs that have content protection encryption..
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